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The rumor mill has been working overtime so we talk to Tom of Moore's Law is Dead about Intel's Raptor Lake CPUs, AMD's Ryzen 7000 and Zen 5, Nvidia's GeForce 4000 GPUs, AMD's next-gen Radeon RDNA 3, and where in the world Intel Arc is.
Not gonna lie, I legit got giddy plugging a Thunderbolt device into an AMD-based laptop with real USB4 support.
As the era of AM4 draws to its close, AMD's launch of the 5800X3D shows just how far Ryzen has come—and the tangible benefits of the company's generosity toward fans.
Apple's new M2 is a worthy sequel to the M1 but doesn't flat out beat Intel's best CPUs in performance.
AMD's Frank Azor and Robert Hallock join the Full Nerd crew to discuss Ryzen 7000 and more.
With 10Gb and 5Gb internet an affordable reality, you might find your SSD and CPU are the limiting factors to performance.
Dell's new CAMM memory design might actually be a good thing for the PC industry. But that hasn't stopped critics from complaining it will "lock out user upgrades." Now we have an explanation from a Dell engineer who designed much of the technology.
Intel talks all things ATX 3.0, PCIe 5.0 GPU connectors, and why you might need a new PSU.
Dear Mr. President, there are too many game overlays
Here's when you might want a bigger PSU than what Nvidia recommends for the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti.
Intel's Arc has entered the chat. Intel's Tom Peterson joined the show to talk about Intel's arrival in PC discrete graphics.
Companies don't deserve your brand loyalty, so always be ready to walk.
MSI's GE76 Raider beefy laptop offers beefy performance and RGB galore to go with its 12th gen CPU and 3080 Ti GPU.
Celebrate Pi day by finding out just how fast your computer can calculate pi.
Apple's dithering on performance always feels dishonest when it doesn't have to be, and that holds true with the powerful new M1 Ultra chip in the Mac Studio.
The new Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 features all-AMD hardware, a 16:10 screen and (finally!) a webcam. This tiny gaming laptop punches far above its weight class.
AMD's Threadripper Pro 5000 will come in five flavors and be based on the newest Zen 3 cores.
The Full Nerd crew talks Valve Steam Deck, an LHR malware and the new UCIe chipslet standard.
I tracked my family with an AirTag and while it's creepy, I don't think Apple needs to nerf the Bluetooth tracker.
The Full Nerd crew talks Intel's roadmap, Alder Lake P, and how Newegg has egg on its face now.