Video below, timestamps below that:
0:45 – Does the Nintendo Switch still work?
1:37 – Walter Faber: “Why are modern games using more and more VRAM? The textures don’t seem to look any better.”
6:20 – Joe Gibbs: “Hey GN, a friend wants to build a new PC on Ryzen. He wants 32GB of RAM and when asked why he says he wants it to do graphic design. I think he should buy 16GB and then maybe upgrade in the future if he runs out. Do you think 16GB is still enough in 2017 and when should you go for 32GB?”
9:40 – Streetguru: “Will you work on a Ryzen overclocking guide? Maybe with Buildzoid?”
10:00 – Steve Streza: “Why is VRAM a fixed component on GPU (not user replaceable) as opposed to CPU RAM which is standardized and replaceable?”
11:50 – Dayne_ofStarfall: “Question for AskGN: How much of a quality difference is there in general between motherboard manufacturers and where is the difference the biggest? Sometimes it seems like all the motherboards are exactly the same.”
15:05 – MrDerrikk: “Do you foresee Intel becoming much cheaper in future as a result of Ryzen? Specifically with the X99/X199 lineup that is?”
18:00 - Donald G: “Any chance we can get a chart showing your cat’s base speed vs overclocked on cat nip?”
See you next week, hopefully!
Host: Steve Burke
Video: Andrew Coleman