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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?

Leo also discusses Bitcoin dropping to £7000, Twitter passwords unhashed and the record quarter by Apple. There seems to be no stopping Apple right now (well unless we discuss the disappointing sales of the mega expensive Iphone X that is).

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00:10 Introduction
00:19: Nvidia GPP is, apparently, dead
04:36 AMD is chasing the source of Tom's ASRock RX580
05:52 Twitter passwords unhashed
07:22 Bitcoin is down to £7000
07:45 Intel has Cascade Lake in the pipeline
10:08 Apple has another record quarter

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