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Leo Says 19 – Nvidia GPP, AMD chase ASROCK GPU sample, Twitter unhashed, Apple RECORD earnings

Our opinionated hero is back - the man from England with an opinion on literally everything. This week Leo discusses the apparent death of Nvidia GPP (yay, but is it really dead?). We don't blame you if you missed the 'announced' death of GPP - the news appeared on a blog post on the Nvidia website (a blog post, seriously). Leo also discusses AMD going after ASROCK to find out how Tomshardware got a 580 GPU sample. For those who don't know - AMD have a rule in place that ASROCK are meant to be selling their hardware only in ASIA - but is it really worth making a big fuss over?

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Briony UPDATE on her 2018 PC GAMING build – name, OC, new hardware and changes!

Today she showcases a 30 minute update on her original 2 hr 30 minute 'build' video - she has made some changes - a new graphics card, some changes to her cable management layout and she has gotten hold of the latest Corsair software which she demos in the video. Oh yes, thanks to everyone who helped her come up with a name for her system - she finally picked one but you have to watch the video to find out what it was.

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Leo Says 17 – Are Disti’s forcing a GPU shortage? Nvidia GPP -Asus ‘AREZ’, AMD future? Volta, MORE!

This week our opinionated hero focuses on graphics. The hot topics of the day are Nvidia GPP, and the possibility that Nvidia have forced some rules onto industry behemoth ASUS (as well as Gigabyte and MSI of course). He also discusses the unpleasant shortage of graphics cards - but is it actually the distributors who are holding stock to keep the prices inflated? Rumours have been circulating behind the scenes this week and its a juicy one.

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MSI GS65 6 CORE Laptop 2018 Engineering Sample FIRST LOOK!

MSI has launched its new GS65 laptop to take full advantage of Intel’s new 6-core mobile 8th Gen. Coffee lake CPU. Quad core mobile CPUs have ruled the laptop roost since the launch of Intel Clarksfield in 2009 (yes, we had to look that up) so the leap forward to 6-cores was big news when the desktop Coffee Lakes launched in October 2017. The big question was when we would see these six-core CPUs in mobile form and the answer, finally, is ‘now’.

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