Episode 123

How much CPU do You REALLY Need


May 17th, 2024

57 mins 26 secs

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About this Episode

Alex benchmarks Intel CPUs (and an Arc GPU) to find the ideal balance of age, power, and speed for your home media server. Plus, our thoughts on Immich going full-time.

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