The Full Nerd is PCWorld's enthusiast PC hardware podcast. Each week Gordon Mah Ung, Brad Chacos, Adam Patrick Murray, and Alaina Yee cover everything hardware related from news to reviews to tips. We also answer questions from the live audience or submitted to our Discord. Join us live on the PCWorld YouTube channel every Tuesday at 10:30 am PT and interact with us in real time!
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I finally got a 3080 ti absolutely worth it. I game at 4k and in vr the bump from a 1080 ti was huge. maybe I should have waited for the 4080 though since its touting a large jump.
This is a great podcast about current tech events. They typically focus on 3 or 4 big events from the week, but sometimes wonder into less "newsy" topics, and that is when they are at their best. Gordon is the star of the show and the man deserves the spotlight. Look forward to this each week.
I just wanted to take a moment to note that the Full Nerd is both consistently educational and entertaining. As someone who is interested in computers but who had not been deeply engaged on the topic for sometime, their discussion has vastly increase my knowledge. Moreover (For Gordon and anyone from the publishing side), their evident knowledge on the subject has led me to use pcworld.com as my first stop for information on considering my own PC purchases and upgrades. Thanks so much!
I love the crew. Gordon is my grumpy spirit animal, and we have very similar opinions and it makes me laugh because as he is realizing his age saying certain things, I am too. Lol. Can’t live without this show.
I was looking to buy my own pc and I listen to this podcast i learned so much and bought my own! A great podcast for learning
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The Full Nerd launched 6 years ago and published 255 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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