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In this latest episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks, we'll be looking at Origin PC's hot, new Millennium Gaming Desktop, a beastly mining Rig from Maingear and Unirkn, Lenovo's Yoga 920 premium 2-in-1 ultrabook, a new and ultra-fast Z-NAND SSD from Samsung, and Windows getting a core revamp... Show Notes: 01:15 - Here Is Madden NFL 18's Remarkably Accurate AI Simulated Super Bowl Prediction 08:09 - Origin PC Millennium Gaming Desktop Review: Custom Chassis, Blinding Speed 22:15 - Lenovo Yoga 920 Review: An Elegant, Powerful 2-In-1 Ultrabook 34:15 - Rahul Sood's Unikrn Partners With Maingear For ACM Killer Cryptocurrency GPU Mining Rigs 38:37 - Newegg Bundles... Read more...
If you're looking to buy a graphics card the days, we feel bad for you – really bad. Prices have skyrocketed due to people buying hordes of GPUs for cryptocurrency mining purposes. That means that gamers, the traditional purchasers of blazing-fast GPUs, now are forced to pay outrageous prices for what in many cases should be relatively affordable products. While crypto miners have for the most part have cobbled together their own rigs, some traditional custom PC builders are offering up their own solutions. One such company is Maingear, which is set to release its own series of mining computers called the Maingear Advanced Crypto Miner (ACM). Although we don't know much about the Maingear... Read more...
When a celebrity like Ashton Kutcher says he wants to invest in your startup, you let him. That's a good way to get your startup's name on the map, so it was a no-brainer for Unkrn co-founder Rahul Sood of Voodoo PC fame to make room for the former Two and a Half Men star, who joins Dallas Mavericks owner and Shark Tank personality Mark Cuban. This is a dream team cast of participants and it starts with Sood. You won't find an article about Sood in People magazine, though if you've been around the tech scene for any period of time, his is a name you've likely encountered on more than one occasion, starting with Voodoo PC, the once popular boutique system builder that was acquired by HP in 2006.... Read more...
Few names are as meaningful and recognizable in the gaming sector as Rahul Sood. From VoodooPC to HP to Razer and Microsoft, Sood has become a bit of an icon in each place that he has eventually wound up. Now, he's taking his talents from the incubator labs of Microsoft to something more uncertain: a new startup gaming company. Rahul is an entrepreneur at heart and came from startup roots with VoodooPC, pioneering in some respects, for the build-to-spec enthusiast PC industry that has flourished ever since. In a goodbye post on Sood's blog, he commends Microsoft for a job well done, expressing his thanks for the time there and suggesting that he's leaving on very positive terms. Specifically,... Read more...