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The Full Nerd Episode 3: VR talk-show host Will Smith and a $500 gaming PC

This week on The Full Nerd, Gordon Mah Ung and Brad Chacos are joined by special guest Will Smith of FooVR.com to talk about the state of VR and what it’s like being one of the first virtual-reality talk-show hosts. Brad talks about his experience playing games on a $500 PC and teases us with info about the Radeon RX 470 and RX 460. As a special treat, Will does his best impression of your dad when you tell him how much you paid for a pair of sneakers.

Of course, we answer your burning questions about PC building and open a very special care package that was sent from 2008. (Have a question? Drop it in the comments or email thefullnerd@pcworld.com and we’ll try to answer it in the next episode.)

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