We're back! After a false start last week, we have our second podcast. This week Brian Klug, Ryan Smith and myself discussed Thunderbolt, Quick Sync in OS X, Windows 8/RT, the current state of the mobile SoC landscape and finally we put Ryan's talents to good use and went over his picks for the best graphics cards on the market today. We went to a slightly longer format for this episode and ended up clocking in at 1 hour and 31 minutes.

Our goal is to make this a weekly affair, with Monday as the targeted publication date for the podcasts. The podcast is now available via iTunes as well as RSS feeds for both the MP3 and M4A versions. Links to everything are below.

The AnandTech Podcast - Episode 2
featuring Anand Shimpi, Brian Klug & Ryan Smith

RSS - mp3, m4a
Direct Links - mp3, m4a

Total Time: 1 hour 31 minutes

As always, comments are welcome and appreciated. Let us know what you liked, hated and want to hear more of.



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  • evenglow - Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - link

    I agree with others that it doesn't have to be a weekly thing though I don't mind a little filler as I listen during work to keep things less boring. I wouldn't even mind if it had reviews already on the site. I've listened to another podcast where they go off on really stupid tangents. It's ok if it's interesting but not so much if it's just talking about the weather. I guess a good description would help people know to waste their time or not. You might lose some listeners for that cast but that's better than losing them for every cast due to lack of content.

    Thanks, can't wait to listen to the first one and many more.
  • ce12373 - Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - link

    I have a 2012 MBA. Can I drive a Korean monitor with a DVI coming out of thunderbolt/MDP. Reply
  • cosmotic - Thursday, August 30, 2012 - link

    But you guys using the word "right" in what I feel is a condescending way 151 times is driving men nuts! The consistently awesome articles don't use the word this way. You should listen to the podcast yourselves and hear what I'm talking about!

    Looking forward to more podcasts!
  • Crittias - Sunday, September 2, 2012 - link

    Love the podcast. My only complaint is that the volume on both episodes so far has been extremely low (MP3 version). Listening in my car required turning up the stereo volume to almost the maximum. Any chance on future remixes of getting the volume turned up a bit? Reply

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