Great video as ever, apart from the stutter...wasn't it poorly synchronized last week as well? Anyway, you know you can pronounce Pakistan either way, to rhyme with man, or rhyme with Han (as in Solo). It's not a thing :)
I wonder which cards will be able to make use of DX12...ps. great video. and much better seeing you presenting in person. The more you do it, the more confident you'll become until any nerves are a thing of the past. Have you ever thought about doing a round-table podcast, in a similar style to say pc perspective's podcast? Your knowledge about cpu and gpu hardware is really impressive.
I'm actually enjoying Drive Club. But I don't like the fact that progress in some areas is restricted until other players join my club...in a game that too few people are playing to allow this to happen. It's almost like the Kevin Costner film 'Field of Dreams': if you build it, they will come. Except they didn't, making the game equivalent to a beautiful but somewhat empty baseball field. For this iteration of the game, they need to beef up the single player mode by including AI club members, and go back to the drawing board for whatever game they create next, hopefully a new Motorstorm.
a good sign of a psu's quality is the efficiency rating measured as 80+, 80+ bronze, silver, gold, and platinum. The best brands I can think of are Corsair, EVGA, Seasonic, Cooler Master, Aerocool, in no particular order. Personally, I've got a work pc with a Corsair 600w 80+ bronze modular psu, and a gaming pc with a Cooler Master 650w 80+ gold semi-modular psu.
Playstation will definitely be a major player in 10-15 years. Why? The consoles have a 5-10 year lifespan, with around 7 years before the next console is released. So 15 years is really only Playstation 5 and Playstation 6. The other thing to remember is that Playstation, as a whole, is already 20/21 years old, with the PS1 released back in 1994/1995.
I first started buying components from the Silicon store in 1998 or 1999, and always made a point of telling people to go there for the combination of lower prices and excellent service. Whether you're a system builder, or someone looking for expert advice and help in fixing a pc, the Silicon store can't be beaten for their combination of competitive pricing and knowledgeable staff.