Date: Dec 13th, 2008
Hosted by Jordan Drake
Co-Hosts: Scott Wasson, Geoff Gasior, Cyril Kowaliski
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Scott starts off the discussion this week with a scathing technical review of the recently released EA survival-horror game, Dead Space. After a brief cool down period, we deliver the news that TR’s marketing maestro Adam Eiberger is the proud father of a newborn baby boy. (Daniel Micah Eiberger weighs in at 8 lbs, is in good health, and is consistently scoring 240 in WorldBench.)
Before taking time off to prepare for the new baby gerbil, Adam and Scott worked to put together TR’s 2008 Christmas Giveaway. Scott fills us in on the impressive specs of the giveaway PC, and he says he expects to post an article very soon with details on how to enter. The rest of our episode covers this past week’s helping of TR news and articles. Our editors discuss SSD speeds in Windows 2000, the advancement of physics technology in games, the recent release of OpenCL 1.0, Gigabyte’s new ‘nettablet,’ Intel’s Core i7-940, and more.
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‘Dead Space’ refers to area around my mouse (00:01:54)- Read more
It’s a boy! Welcoming Daniel Micah Eiberger (0:08:26)
Announcing the 2008 TR Christmas giveaway (0:09:38)
SSDs run best on Windows 2000, Patriot claims (0:14:43)- Read more
AMD talks down PhysX, discusses its GPU physics plans (0:23:53)- Read more
2K Games, EA hop on the PhysX bandwagon (0:33:08)- Read more
Gigabyte’s M912 nettablet (0:56:38)- Read more
A closer look at the Core i7-940 (1:14:26)- Read more
That’s all, folks! We’ll see you on December 20 for our next TR podcast.