On this episode of The Full Nerd, Gordon Mah Ung, Brad Chacos, Hayden Dingman, and Adam Patrick Murray dive deep into the Core i7-8700K ($370 on Amazon)—Intel’s livid 6-core, 12-thread response to AMD’s disruptive Ryzen processors. This beast video games like a champ and even challenges Eight-core Ryzen processors in some productiveness duties. However past the “Espresso Lake” flagship, what’s up with Z370 motherboards and the newly 6-core Core i5 chips? We discuss all that and extra.
After that we shift from to software program. A flood of great PC games launched in September, and that’s simply the beginning of the fall gaming deluge. Since recreation guru Hayden was round, we picked his mind on a number of the greatest releases thus far. Then we spent a very long time chatting about how grasping loot packing containers like those present in Star Wars Battlefront II, Forza Motorsport 7, and Center-earth: Shadow of Struggle are ruining gaming. (Spoiler alert: Hayden has an article on loot packing containers going dwell tomorrow.)
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