The Full Nerd Episode 10: The case for G-sync and against cheap SLI, plus the future of PC gaming

Nvidia's Tom Petersen stops by the Full Nerd to talk all things green and answer your burning questions

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This week on The Full Nerd, Gordon Mah UngBrad Chacos, and Adam Patrick Murray are joined by special guest Tom Petersen of Nvidia, who tells the crew just why G-sync is better than AMD’s FreeSync.

Petersen also tells us why Nvidia killed SLI support in the GTX 1050 and GTX 1060, what the state of DX12 gaming is (defending Nvidia’s performance, natch), and why he thinks desktop PCs aren’t going away.

Of course, we also answer your burning questions about PC hardware. Have a question? Drop it in the comments or email thefullnerd@pcworld.com and we’ll answer it in the next episode.

Watch the Full Nerd Episode 10 on YouTube right here or just click the play button below.

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To find previous episodes of The Full Nerd, go here or visit our SoundCloud page for the audio edition. And you can always send us feedback about anything you hear on the show.

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