We are back again this week to talk about some more HotHardware with our friends at TechVi. Topics include the new 890GX chipset from AMD, Western Digital's SiliconEdge Blue SSD, some fun with ATI's Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity 6 Edition and 6-screens, and porting Quake II and Quake III to the Motorola Droid...
Show Notes:0:25 - AMD 890GX SB850 Chipset Debut: Phenom II X6 Ready1:15 - WD SiliconEdge Blue 256GB SSD Review3:17 - Some Fun With A 6-Screen ATI Eyefinity Configuration5:59 - Forget About Doom: Quake 2, 3 Up And Running on Motorola Droid7:26 - Showing The Love: HH and Cyberpower PC Sweepstakes
You guys have got the podcast's locked down. Very great coverage of the new pieces as always. I really like the way you flow everything together as well, while adding applicable commentary.
It gets me wondering something else. This is most likely not going to happen, but equipment comes out at such a break neck speed now. If the market slows down us tech junkie's are going to have some serious withdrawal's.
Anyways great coverage of the new stuff, keep up the great work guys!
Thanks, Rapid1. We're thinking of incorporating a "Reader Questions" segment, where we would (wait for it), answer reader questions! :) What do you all think?
Marco ChiappettaManaging Editor @ HotHardware.com
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Terrific idea, we can call it Marco's mailbag!
I remember someone suggested this during the first couple of weeks of podcasts.
that would be great Marco :D.Also i was watching one of the old videos with the keyboards and you guys had a cool start to the videos with the logo :D what happen to that logo? :D
that dude is ghetto! :D lol. Hes very professional in these videos :D (He talks about the contest as if he never knew :D lol)
That sounds like fun. MWAHAHAHAHAHhhhh!!!!
Er, I mean... "I like that idea." :)
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
Very nice video podcast guys. I was nodding my head in approval at every bit of information you guys covered. I never got a chance to see LG's setup at CES, maybe a few videos of their display lingers around on youtube. Either way I'll have to look into it.
If you could play a game on six monitors.... seamless?
It gives me goosebumps.
Here's what the LG TVs looked like at CES...
Not quite zero-bezel, but they were relatively thin, and the fact that the screens weren't recessed in the bezel made a huge difference.
well if your going to stack them one on top of another won't the bottom bezel there be BIGGER then some other screens out or is that just the picture...
Marco I was browsing through the slideshow you linked and couldn't help notice the EVGA motherboard.
12 RAM card slots? Is that legal? XD
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