In what is sure to be a wildly unpopular decision, we've decided to push the podcast back a week. From the underground lair of Damage labs, to the funky-smelling Canadian test benches of Cyril and Geoff, hardware benchmarking of the highest importance is currently underway. We'd prefer to wait a week and benefit from the latest and greatest upcoming reviews, rather than record now and leave you, the listener, wanting. To put it simply, we care about making an awesome podcast, and if you can survive for just seven more days, we'll deliver just that.
Actually, we're just incredibly lazy, and I'm on a Downton Abbey marathon. Sue me.
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|In the lab: FLIR's One thermal camera||19|
|Black Friday deals: Dell's U3415 curved monitor for $650 and more||19|
|Abu Dhabi government fund may be shopping GlobalFoundries||35|
|Asus goes for the gold with its 20th Anniversary GTX 980 Ti||6|
|MSI's Eco motherboards let owners fine-tune power consumption||6|
|Gigabyte's Z170X-Gaming G1 motherboard reviewed||14|
|Star Wars Battlefront video review||38|
|Club 3D active adapters convert DisplayPort 1.2 to HDMI 2.0||22|
|Phanteks' Power Splitter lets two systems run on one PSU||45|
|This is the answer to SSK's question on the Firefox news post.||+33|