We kick things off by discussing Intel’s surprise 10nm “Sunny Cove” CPU architecture and its next-gen graphics cores, then dig deeper into the details behind Intel’s comeback plans. Chipzilla’s been roused and it feels like this is a whole new Intel. Watch out, world.
After that, the gang delves into rumors and leaks around laptop versions of Nvidia’s RTX graphics—will a mobile RTX 2060 actually include RT cores?—and Corsair’s wonderfully ostentatious fake RGB RAM kit, which gives your rig the look of blinged-out memory modules without, uh, actually including memory in those models. It’s ludicrous but vain PC builders might give it an impulse buy at only $40.
Finally, we wrap things up fielding questions from the viewers that tuned in live.
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