241 episodes

The Hardware Asylum Podcast - This is a podcast for the computer hardware enthusiast and covers all aspects of the industry from building your own machine to playing games and Overclocking. There are many tech related podcasts but none of them cover the computer hardware industry from the eyes of an enthusiast. The information is technical in nature but conveyed such that anyone can understand from the professional overclocker to the weekend gamer and anyone in-between. Be sure to check the website for full show notes and more crazy antics involving technology.

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    • 4.9 • 16 Ratings

The Hardware Asylum Podcast - This is a podcast for the computer hardware enthusiast and covers all aspects of the industry from building your own machine to playing games and Overclocking. There are many tech related podcasts but none of them cover the computer hardware industry from the eyes of an enthusiast. The information is technical in nature but conveyed such that anyone can understand from the professional overclocker to the weekend gamer and anyone in-between. Be sure to check the website for full show notes and more crazy antics involving technology.

    Origins of the Modern Internet with a Bulletin Board System

    Origins of the Modern Internet with a Bulletin Board System

    Before the wide spread use of the Internet there were limited ways for computers to communicate and in this episode we will be taking a look at the parallels between the modern web comprised of Social Media, Various websites and Service providers and how all of that interaction finds its roots into a little known software package called a BBS.

    • 29 min
    We Can Finally Buy Video Cards from Basic to Unicorns

    We Can Finally Buy Video Cards from Basic to Unicorns

    We knew this day would come, the day when we could finally start buying video cards at or below suggested retail prices. In this episode we talk about the reasons behind this and take a look at some of the video cards that are currently available from basic RTX 3070 Ti’s to The Water Devil, EVGA Kingpin editions and the ROG x Evangelion Unit 01 RTX 3080 and Motherboard.

    • 32 min
    My Quest to Find the Perfect Ergonomic Mechanical Keyboard

    My Quest to Find the Perfect Ergonomic Mechanical Keyboard

    In this episode we talk about a rather niche part to the enthusiast keyboard market, the ergonomic keyboard. Strangely enough, there is a well-established standard for conventional keyboards but, when it comes to ergonomic designs it might as well be the wild west. So far, there is no perfect design but plenty of independent companies have tried.

    • 28 min
    Exploring Keyboard Form Factors from 80 to 65%

    Exploring Keyboard Form Factors from 80 to 65%

    In this episode the duo discusses some new keyboard form factors that may very well change the very fabric of reality when it comes to the human interface to your PC. For years we have suffered through using full sized keyboards with more keys than we know what to do with. But that is all about to change with the new and popular 80% and 65% mechanical gaming keyboards.

    • 29 min
    NVIDIA RTX 3090 Ti Launch and What is next on the Hardware Asylum Retro PC Channel

    NVIDIA RTX 3090 Ti Launch and What is next on the Hardware Asylum Retro PC Channel

    In this episode the Duo talk about the recent RTX 3090 Ti launch and discuss if the card is really worth your money. The elevated cost combined with a marginal performance increase and lack of aftermarket components makes it rather unattractive solution, even to us. This is followed up with a discussion about the Hardware Asylum YouTube channel and the Retro PC projects it has been featuring.

    • 32 min
    The Hackfort 2022 Special Recording Session

    The Hackfort 2022 Special Recording Session

    In this special episode Dennis is doing a live podcast recording at Hackfort 2022 and having a candid discussion with Rob Wakeley. Rob had just completed a presentation on the use of computers in early business from using an Apple II for spreadsheets to using an IBM PC to thwart check fraud.

    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Cat named Fish ,

Awesome podcast!!

Full of great insights and compared to me, quite professional knowledge. I’m not sure what to write but I needed to write a review because this podcast is just quite awesome and there are not enough reviews. I’m learning so much!

Colin Depew ,

Where have you been my entire life?

Fantastic podcast. I stumbled upon this gem while searching for discussion on water cooling. The hosts are knowledgeable, friendly, and their discussion is very natural and pleasing to listen to. If you have an interest in computer hardware generally, give this podcast a try, you won’t be disappointed.

Guiltyfilm ,

They know their stuff

They say they aren’t “experts” but they might as well be. Great hardware news, updates, and informed opinions on all sorts of tech.

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