Sorry for the delay: PC Perspective Podcast #67 is live - and on video!

Subject: Editorial | August 2, 2009 - 02:47 AM |
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Apologies for the delay this week, but the PC Perspective Podcast, episode #67, was posted up yesterday after a lengthy upload process.  I am on vacation with the Mrs. (actually packing for the trip home now) but was still able to record, edit and post the darn thing for you!  How's that for dedication / lunacy?!?

In any event, be sure to check out the audio version at http://pcper.com/podcast and subscribe if you haven't already.  And I have included the video version below as well!

This Week in Computer Hardware (TWiCH) #33 now available to stream

Subject: Editorial | July 23, 2009 - 12:50 AM |
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This Week in Computer Hardware (TWiCH), live every Wednesday at 6pm ET / 3pm PT on http://live.twit.tv/.  If you missed yesterday's episode here is your chance to see us discuss Intel's new G2 X25-M SSDs, the new Core i5 pricing and speed information as well as the difference between various ATX and ITX form factors.

PC Perspective Podcast - LIVE at 10pm ET

Subject: Editorial | July 22, 2009 - 10:00 PM |
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PC Perspective Podcast, episode #66, is getting ready to start at 10pm ET / 7pm PT!! Start the stream below!   Tonight we will announce the winner of our Smooth Creations / PC Perspective AMD Dragon System Contest!!!

Source: 3DCenter

PC Perspective Podcast #65 Video version online

Subject: Editorial | July 16, 2009 - 03:31 PM |
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The audio version of our podcast, which you should definitely be subscribed to and listening to on a regular basis anyway, was released early this morning but we now have the completed video version compressed and posted ready for you watch! 

This Week in Computer Hardware (TWiCH) #32 Video Available

Subject: Editorial | July 16, 2009 - 01:51 PM |
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Yesterday's TWiCH show (This Week in Computer Hardware) is now available for streaming right here on PC Perspective.  TWiCH is a weekly live show usually hosted by Ryan Shrout of PC Perspective and Leo Laporte of This Week in Tech and airs Wednesday's at 6pm ET / 3pm PT on http://live.twit.tv/

PC Perspective Podcast #64 and TWiCH #31 Video versions now live!

Subject: Editorial | July 9, 2009 - 04:17 PM |
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The video versions of both the PC Perspective Podcast (episode #64) and This Week in Computer Hardware (episode #31) are now available!  If you haven't subscribed to our audio version of the podcast in your favorite RSS reader or iTunes, you should do that! 

PC Perspective Podcast #63 Video now ready!

Subject: Editorial | July 2, 2009 - 06:02 PM |
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For those of you that desperately wanted it, the PC Perspective Podcast #63 is now available in its video form!  You can see how the show looks as we record it live AND you can also find one of those *hidden* entry methods for the PC Perspective / This Week in Computer Hardware Smooth Creations system giveaway at the very end...  :)

LIVE! PC Perspective Podcast #62 on TWiT Live!

Subject: Editorial | June 24, 2009 - 06:00 PM |
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Every Wednesday you can watch the editors of PC Perspective host our weekly podcast on live streaming video.  We should be starting it about 10pm ET or so! You can watch it at Leo's site of you can click here and watch it right here on PC Perspective!

PC Perspective Podcast #61 video finally available!

Subject: Editorial | June 22, 2009 - 11:02 PM |
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In a move we are hoping to make a regular feature for the podcast, we
now have a more "polished" version of the podcast recording on VIDEO
for you to view/listen to.  Just a warning: we aren't pretty and the
content is unedited so there MIGHT be the occasional flub up!  We'll
start posting the video along side the audio at our new URL: http://pcper.com/podcast

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Manufacturer: NVIDIA
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Not Dead, but Certainly not Thriving

NVIDIA chipsets for the AMD market have not been significantly upgraded for the past year+, and even their "latest" 980a product is a rebranded 780a from last year. I dug around to see if NVIDIA was in fact abandoning the AMD platform, and SLI for the latest Phenom II along with it.