Tune in to hear Scott talk quadcopters and the new Damagebox. Listen to the gang discuss the merits of Leap Motion's hand tracking with VR. Marvel at Jeff K's review of EVGA's Torq mice. Swoon over Scott's review of the GeForce Titan X. Snore during Geoff's SSD review. I need a nap.
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DX12? - from Mark:
"With DirectX 12 around the corner, I've started seeing mentions of "tier 2" and "tier 3" support and confusion about which DX12 features each GPU vendors current and upcoming products will support. Can you shed some light on what the tier levels are and what they mean? Is there a tier 1 too and does any of it relate to DX11.2? Regarding features, will all current products be DX11.2 capable only, give partial DX12 support, or with future drivers support the full DX12 feature set with perhaps a performance hit for the privilege? Love the podcast, especially Scott's long musings. Keep up the great work."
Quadcopters! - Read more
The new Damagebox - Read more
Logitech introduces MX Master mouse for office domination - Read more
Leap Motion's hand tracking comes to Razer's VR headset - Read more
EVGA's Torq X5 and X10 mice reviewed - Read more
Nvidia's GeForce GTX Titan X graphics card reviewed - Read more
OCZ's Vector 180 solid-state drive reviewed - Read more
That's all, folks! We'll see you on the next episode.
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