Podcast n. 685: Core i9-13900K Initial Tests, Bluetooth Audio Improvements, PC & Game Sales Declines, Intel ARC 750 GPU, Steam on All Devices, and More

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And no, it didn’t end up being “50 min and 36 sec” after all. Somehow the running time ballooned up to a whopping 50 minutes and 39 seconds between rendering and uploading. Where did the extra 3 seconds come from? ALIENS. (Probably.) Thank you to our Patreon members both new and current ones that are bumping their patronage! Could not be doing this without you all! This show cannot go on without you – you know who you are, please consider helping our efforts. It most definitely helps keep us on the air. Thank you!

Once more, we are podcasting about the latest developments in PC hardware and software. You really don’t want to miss this one because it contains content that is only available in a small number of other places. In addition to the usual back and forth you’ve come to expect from this event, we’ve got Bluetooth audio enhancements, early Core i9-13900K testing, the same for Intel ARC 750 GPUs, some new Corsair PSUs, industry slump in hardware and gaming, and more. You’ve come to the right location if you enjoy that sort of thing.


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