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In February of 2021 Frys Electronics closed their doors, they claim it was due to complications associated with “The Situation” which put additional stress on a business model that has been failing since the early 2000’s. In this episode we discuss some reasons behind why this has happened and what impact the new normal will have on retail shopping…
 
For years Dennis has been anti AMD often dumbfounded by why anyone would want to build with Ryzen, Threadripper was a disappointment and the first-generation Zen Cores were awfully slow. But, like video game movies things are getting better and this latest crop of processors is looking pretty good.By Hardware Asylum
 
Watercooling is plagued with controversy from picking the best components to some of the old school myths and issues including the topic of mixed metals and to prove that with proper care your components will last we cut open a 4-year-old Thermaltake radiator. We also help you improve your case cooling with a few modding tips.…
 
In this special episode unbox a motherboard from the Hardware Asylum permanent collection and a hardware platform that had a very short life in the grand scheme of computer hardware. While the product may not have been on the market long what it brought to the table had a very lasting impact on the systems we are building today.…
 
in this episode we will be talking about how overclocking has changed due to the limitations of heatbound processors and factory overclocked video cards. Most modern CPUs and GPUs are being released at their frequency and thermal limits and attempt to overclock them result is throttling and failure however, the memory controllers are strong giving …
 
In this episode we talk about the Dark Edition motherboards from EVGA. These boards are designed for extreme overlocking using a variety of cooling methods from high-end watercooling to Dry Ice and even LN2. The boards also support extreme memory and video card configurations making them very unique in the enthusiast PC space.…
 
in this episode we explore the actual power of the PC, and not so much the enthusiast PC but the every PC that is likely over 5 years old and built with midrange gear. These machines are all over the place and the driving force behind how games are built and the benchmark console makers follow when planning a new release.…
 
in this episode we dissect and take a deep dive into what we believe the new RTX 3000 series video cards will bring based on the product announcement from NVIDIA. As of this podcast we have yet to see any real benchmarks any real reports on availability and any real listings on current pricing so the real world may vary.…
 
In this episode we talk about overclocking and not just any overclocking but the extreme kind where you chill a CPU and then double up your GPU performance using the SLI technology. Sadly NVIDIA has made it clear they aren’t going to support SLI anymore due to the lackluster response in the consumer market. Yes, we blame everyone buying a new GPU f…
 
We have all bought used computer hardware. Sometimes the deal goes extremely well and everyone is happy and yet, other times you might get something you didn’t expect or have compatibility issues. In this episode we talk about some of the experiences we have had along with some things to look out for.…
 
In this episode we turn the clock back 10 years to look at the state of Computer Hardware in 2009. Believe it or not computers have come a long way since then and they are used in a more diverse manner being split across desktop, portable and mobile. While the technology has gotten better the overall purpose remains the same.…
 
In this episode we take a deep dive into the new ASUS Republic of Gamers Maximus XII Formula and some of the cooling accessories you can get specific to this LGA 1200 motherboard. The EK Quantum Momentum isn’t the first product of its kind but does offer a unique dress up option for your XII FormulaBy Hardware Asylum
 
In this special video podcast extra we talk about how to test sound cards when the normal testing methods have failed, namely why the Creative AE-9 is special. Later the topics shift to PC modding with the new SilverStone Cable Extensions, SilverStone 120mm Air Penetrator fan and finally Darren tells us about his latest 3D Printing project.…
 
In this episode we talk about the history of modern video cards from AGP graphics to the modern RTX including their rise to prominence in the enthusiast market to the fiery downfall triggered by cost, performance and the carelessness of a modern hardware enthusiast.By Hardware Asylum
 
Discrete audio cards are often overlooked when building a PC and yet they are one of the best ways to get better performance and better audio quality, the Creative Labs AE-9 is one of the best. Speaking of best we cannot ignore the X299X Waterforce Xtreme from Aorus (Gigabyte)By Hardware Asylum
 
For the longest time Dennis was avoiding anything Threadripper. On paper the processor looked amazing, lots of threads and lots of power however, when it came down to it there was only a small number of instances where Threadripper shined. Despite this there is a HUGE Hype around the new 3900X Threadripper series and we investigate.…
 
When new technology comes along there is always a land rush to be first to support it and how fast that adoption takes often determines if it is successful or just another failed experiment. NVidia has been pushing their RTX RayTracing technology hard and it is starting to show up in many modern AAA game titles including Call of Duty Modern Warfare…
 
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