We're back on air with another hardware podcast. This week Paul, James, Harry and Antony get together to discuss some of the latest goings on in the world of computer hardware.
First up on the agenda is the new graphics card releases from Nvidia - the GTX 580
and GTX 570
. Harry has spent a lot of time with both cards over the last few weeks, so he walks us through what's new about the two cards.
James also puts Paul on the spot by grilling him on what he's been up to with the Sandy Bridge processors in our labs. Obviously we weren't able to go into too many details as Intel is keeping Sandy Bridge performance numbers top secret at the moment, but we share what we can.
Finally we move on to talk about what is currently happening in the world of RAM as the market has seen a number
of high profile launches
over the past couple of weeks. We also squeeze in the usual guess the hardware competition and a couple of your questions too.
We'd also just like to mention that we've overhauled the way in which we produce podcasts recently, so we're better set up to actually record and release one per week, as has always been the aim. As a result there will be a lot more airtime to fill and we're looking to you guys to help us with that by emailing your questions or topic requests to email@example.com
We'll check the email before every games or hardware podcast and use the suggestions that you've sent in. If there is a certain area or product that you'd like us to discuss, now is your chance to get us to do so.
We'd also just like to apologize for how quiet James is in this podcast. He's been sufficiently reprimanded and promises to sit closer to the microphone next time.
As ever the bit-tech
hardware podcast features music by Brad Sucks
and was recorded on Shure
microphones. You can download the podcast direct, listen in-browser or subscribe through iTunes using the links below - be sure to let us know your thoughts in the forums