Podcast #202 - GTX 670, NVIDIA's GK110 Tesla card, our AMD Trinity Mobile review and more!

Subject: General Tech | May 17, 2012 - 03:16 PM |
Tagged: trinity, tesla, podcast, nvidia, kepler, gtx670, GTC 2012, gk110, GK104, dv nation, a10

PC Perspective Podcast #202 - 05/17/2012

Join us this week as we talk about the GTX 670, NVIDIA's GK110 Tesla card, our AMD Trinity Mobile review and more!

If you want even more PC Perspective this, check out our "aftershow" event as well.  Event might be an over-statement though...

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Hosts: Jeremy Hellstrom, Josh Walrath, and Allyn Malvantano

Program length: 1:05:16

Program Schedule:

  1. 0:00:21 Introduction
  2. 1-888-38-PCPER or podcast@pcper.com
  3. http://pcper.com/podcast
  4. http://twitter.com/ryanshrout and http://twitter.com/pcper
  5. 0:01:15 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 2GB Graphics Card Review - Kepler for $399
    1. GeForce GTX 670 vs GTX 570 Performance Update
    2. The GTX 670 and the Case of the Missing (and Returning) 4-Way SLI Support
  6. 0:11:20 Graphics Card (GPU) Stock Check - May 10th, 2012
    1. Hard to make a profit when no one can find Kepler cards for sale, NVIDIA
  7. 0:14:25 NVIDIA Reveals GK110 GPU - Kepler at 7.1B Transistors, 15 SMX Units
  8. 0:20:20 Lenovo IdeaCentre Q180: Atom's Wake
  9. 0:24:30 AMD A10-4600M Trinity For Mobile Review: Trying To Cut The Ivy
  10. 0:33:40 Just Delivered: DV Nation RAMRod PC - Sandy Bridge-E, 64GB DDR3, 480GB RevoDrive 3 X2
  11. 0:35:42 Plug and Pray PCIe SSD that you can upgrade; OWC's Mercury Accelsior
  12. 0:40:40 GTC 2012: NVIDIA Announces GeForce GRID Cloud Gaming Platform
    1. NVIDIA Pioneers New Standard for High Performance Computing with Tesla GPUs
    2. NVIDIA Introduces World's First Virtualized GPU, Accelerating Graphics for Cloud Computing
  13. 0:53:00 ZOTAC announces ZOTAC GeForce GT 630, GT 620 and GT 610 series
  14. 0:55:00 Hardware / Software Pick of the Week
    1. Jeremy: Only to be used for evil
    2. Josh: Since NV doesn't have an answer yet at this price range...
    3. Allyn: If you need your files secure - without the destruction
  15. 1-888-38-PCPER or podcast@pcper.com
  16. http://pcper.com/podcast   
  17. http://twitter.com/ryanshrout and http://twitter.com/pcper
  18. Closing

May 17, 2012 | 05:31 PM - Posted by Mark (not verified)

WOW 0day vid AND EXTRA content, what is this the nerd version of Bill Maher's Overtime.

I'm amazed, awesome, thank you!!!

May 17, 2012 | 05:46 PM - Posted by Tim Verry

lol, yup Ken brought his A game today :P

May 23, 2012 | 03:45 AM - Posted by player-x

Wow you put in time stamps again, tnx guys.

But i have a request again.

I really love your Podcast's, but often i don't have time to watch it all, or am not interested in some parts.

I hear there is podcast software you can make a time stamp by pushing a button, every time you change the subject.

And if you make time stamps, why not make a link to certain time stamp if you making time stamps anyway, it would not be that hard.

24:52[>] Intel Releases 910 Series Enterprise PCIe SSD

This would be even better, as YouTube lets you start on a certain time.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiudV_BBHuw&feature=player_embedded#t=1492s

As time stamps like 24:52 is easily calculated back to seconds
(24min x 60 = 1440s) + 52s = 1492s
So you just ad {a href="http:// ... #t=XXXXs"}[>]{/a} to every line, and only change the seconds.

And, ware the [>] in my example could be replaced by a nice play icon.

Or have you guys just given up on the hole time stamp concept????

But at least having time stamps is assom again ^_^

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