This week's hardware news episode discusses possible inclusion of AMD Zen architecture in the PlayStation 5, Spectre NG firmware attacks, and BTC electricity use.
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Show notes: https://www.gamersnexus.net/news-pc/3308-hw-news-sony-playstation-5-specs-amd-zen
Hardware news has been busy in the past week, even with Computex looming. As a quick note, we'll be at Computex in the next few weeks, so be sure to subscribe to catch the biggest news for this year's show.
News for the week includes rumored Sony Playstation 5 specs, mostly revolving around potential usage of the AMD Zen architecture for the CPU (and maybe an APU solution). We also cover Bitcoin global power usage for proof of work mining, AMD's unified dGPU + APU drivers, Intel's push to grow Fab28 and 10nm production, embarrassing mining ads, and more. The "more," in this instance, would be launches from Lian Li (Bora Lite fans) and Alphacool (GPX Eisblocks).
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Host, Reporting: Steve Burke
Reporting: Patrick Lathan
Video: Andrew Coleman