This Week in Computer Hardware (Video HD)

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If you obsess about the details inside computers then on This Week in Computer Hardware, you'll find out the latest in motherboards, CPUs, GPUs, storage, RAM, power supplies, input devices, and monitors. Hosts Patrick Norton of TekThing and Sebastian Peak of PC Perspective bring you the newest hardware, talk benchmarks, and even dive into the not-yet-released products on the horizon. Records live every Thursday at 3:30pm Eastern / 12:30pm Pacific / 20:30 UTC.

Check out WD's Black2 1TB 120GB SSD, Nvidia Grid Beta Testing, $499 Steam Box, 3K gaming, and more.
Xbox One launches, Consoles vs Gaming PC Builds, how fast does a SSD make the Playstation 4, $300 GPUS, fcc's is going ruin flying, and more.
The Playstation 4, 780Ti is out, AMD’s crazy driver update, why 802.11AC won’t kill Ethernet, and more.
Both AMD and NVIDIA have new graphics cards again this week, OCZ Drops a new SSD, the PS4 gets torn down, and more.
A great week to buy a new GPU, Radeon R9 280x Review, Nvidia price drops, help building your first PC, recovering from static strike, and more.
Will the R9 290X take the Titan, GSync means variable refresh rates, Windows Phablets, new Apple gear, and more.
Intel’s fight to get to 14nm, single atom transistors that self destruct, more 8 inch tablets, new GTX 760s, awesome water-cooling, Windows 8.1, and more.
238 TWiCH 238: GPU Vendor Drama Oct. 11, 2013
AMD's new R9 and R7 graphics card, a new ASUS gaming notebook, a Western Digital NAS powered by Xeon, and more.
Getting ready for Battlefield 4, Dell's Venue tablets are crushing it, Intel's Haswell NUC, and more.
AMD and Intel announce new GPU, left handed mice, Haswell performance, and more.
Don't overpay for your next CPU cooler, using mayonnaise as a thermal paste, how fast is the A7, and more.
MythTV front end, ripping blu-rays, cooler upgrade, Battlefield 4 upgrades, and more.
Intel or AMD, Stackable Cases, WD’s 4TB Red Drives, three new laptops from Asus, massive thumb drives, help with bent CPU pins, and more!
Three awesome PC cases, a faster 780 GPU, AMD price drops, and more!
How long can an SSD last? AMD gains, DirectCU, Origin gets returns, a case for people that hate cable management, and more!
Over clocking monitors, under clocking GPUS, curved OLED Displays, Microsoft's new Scuplt ergonometric keyboard and mice, the ultimate SLI bridge, and more!
Carmack joins Oculus Rift, Xbox One unboxed, IBM Power architecture
Chromecast teardown, Samsung 840 EVO review, NVIDIA Shield, Ivy Bridge-E
Hands on with the Leap Motion, Samsung 840 EVO SSD, the Google Chromecast, and more.
226 TWiCH 226: Router Cooling July 19, 2013
ASUS PQ321Q 4K monitor, what PSUs do, GeForce GTX 770, no to Thunderbolt.