The TR Podcast 169.5 bonus edition: Q&A intensifies


You ask, we attempt to answer
— 10:59 AM on February 6, 2015

We had a bit of trouble getting started last night on the live stream due to my technical incompetence, but once we worked that out, our Q&A session went pretty well.

We went deep talking about Broadwell versus Skylake, the future high-bandwidth plumbing of the PC platform from PCIe to HDMI, the possibilities for variable refresh on consoles, and a bunch of other stuff that's now kind of a blur. The turnout and participation were both great, and we had fun. Thanks again to everybody who joined us!

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