PC Perspective Podcast #526 - Enterprise SSDs, Scythe Ninja 5, and New Radeon Software

Subject: General Tech | December 20, 2018 - 05:01 AM |
Tagged: SFX PSU, scythe, Samsung, ryzen 3, RTX 2060, podcast, ghost canyon, enterprise ssd, crucial, Corsair PSU

PC Perspective Podcast #526 - 12/19/2018

Our podcast this week looks at some new enterprise SSDs from Samsung, a quiet and capable CPU air cooler from Sycthe, rumors of new mobile GPUs from NVIDIA and AMD, and more!

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Today's Podcast Hosts
Jim Tanous
Allyn Malventano
Sebastian Peak
Ken Addison
Josh Walrath
Jeremy Hellstrom
Alex Lustenberg

Show Topics
00:06:27 - Review: Samsung Enterprise SSD
00:28:25 - Review: Scythe Ninja 5 CPU Cooler
00:39:01 - Review: Corsair Platinum SFX PSU
00:43:46 - Review: Crucial P1 SSD
00:55:58 - Rumor: NVIDIA RTX Mobile
00:58:01 - Rumor: NVIDIA RTX 2060
01:01:20 - Rumor: AMD Ryzen 3000 Mobile
01:04:41 - News: AMD Radeon Adrenalin 2019 Edition
01:13:15 - Rumor: Intel Ghost Canyon X NUC
01:16:24 - News: Gigabyte AORUS Xtreme WaterForce Motherboard
01:21:17 - News: JEDEC HBM Standard Updates
01:24:25 - News: Windows Sandbox

Picks of the Week
Jim - The Computer Chronicles
Jeremy - Noctua NH-U14S
Josh - Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum RGB
Allyn - Guardonix
Sebastian - FiiO M7

Video News


December 20, 2018 | 09:55 AM - Posted by Sebastian Peak

I expect a copyright claim at any time.

December 20, 2018 | 11:31 AM - Posted by Josh Walrath

More like...

December 20, 2018 | 12:37 PM - Posted by NefariousNedsAdsPushingGoingDown (not verified)

PCPer you got some nefarious ads being pushed out via your current ad partners and that includes ad links with expired security certificates. Also Java script popups asking readers to allow for java script downloads where the java script is of questionable origin.

It's all coming from that one ad window that constantly updates with new ads and some of the push service connections are nefarious in nature! better check you ad partners/service as that's where it's all coming from!

December 25, 2018 | 01:07 AM - Posted by Anonymouse (not verified)

Merry Christmas.

December 25, 2018 | 09:20 PM - Posted by BitBubbleBingo (not verified)

Of the 2 High Tech companies in the discrete GPU market of 2018, who lost the most in billlions of dollars of market cap?

Tech stocks have taken a great fustigation as a whole but one GPU mostly company has taken the the largest hit for billions in lost market cap with its share value down for the year around 54% currently. That's one hell of a Crypto Triptoe to the poor house for the miners and one large GPU market holder's market cap catastrophe all rolled into one!

All that speculative cash is getting pushed out of the stock market with the Bears giving it to the Bulls BOHICA style right in the market cap! Prices can not remain high forever regardless with the Economic Uncertainty that currently exists so the price/performance leader will get what little discretionary income remains in consumer's hands. And consumers who have such little job security will be watching their expenses more closely in 2019!

Average GPU ASPs will have to some down some if the economy slides into recession, if prices remain high with too many losing their jobs then that's Stagflation which is not very fun at all for the consumer.

Wall Street got some coal this XMAS and the new year is very uncertain ecnomically speaking!

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