00:44 InSight Show: (Paraphrase) At a top-level, how is hyperthreading actually added to a chip? Is this a physical switch in the die? A microcode toggle? Something else?
1:48 InSight Show: "How does Hyperthreading affect the lifespan (as in still working for new games without much compromise) of a cpu. How does for example an i7-2600k compare to the i5-6600k? I own a few older hyperthreaded i3´s and noticed how well they run, even an old hyperthreaded g9600 could run games at 4k 60fps with a gtx 1080 without many noticeable differences to my i7-6700k."
03:28 DAVID DOUILLET: "What do you think about the iGpu deal between Intel & AMD?"
04:11 RepsUp100: "Do you recommend Xeon CPUs for gaming? They are fairly cheap to get off ebay."
06:38 Rickie Cheong: "if AMD's Zen will flop,do you think that Intel would jack up their prices?"
08:37 Pixelous: "Dear GN: i overclocked my 6700k to 4.5 ghz with 1.35 v core and when I start a monitoring Program like cpu z the voltage seems to go up all the way to 1.4v under load but when i use cpuID it is constant at 1.60v I double checked the bios settings and the voltage is set at 1.350v. can you help me with my misunderstanding with this?"
10:59 smokeydops: "For GN: What's your guys take on FDM / 3D Printers? I predict a slide we see at the New Horizons event will include a red-black AMD branded brackets around a processor sample, and these were 3D Printed. I've no doubt a R&D company would be using 3D printers, but how about you guys? Myself, I'm making a PC case with them..."
12:46 WhoeverThatGuyIs: "Sup Steve? It's been a while. Anyways, I installed this newest NVIDIA driver and it "optimized" all my neatly tuned graphics settings. How do I "optimize" your hairstyle into cornrows?"
Host: Steve “Lelldorianx” Burke
Video: Andrew “ColossalCake” Coleman