by Rexly Peñaflorida on (#3AB56)
These are the endings that you'll talk about for a long time. Did your favorite game make the list?
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by Chris Ramseyer on (#3AADC)
Western Digtial's high-performance direct attached My Book Duo features a new bold look, capacity increase, and and an updated software package.
by Kevin Carbotte on (#3A89Y)
There may not be many AAA VR games available, but that doesn't mean you can't find games that you can sink some time into. Here's a list of games that you can keep going back to.
by Christian Eberle on (#3A5FA)
25-inch 240Hz gaming monitors are a hot property right now and no manufacturer wants to be left out. Today we’re checking out Alienware’s AW2518H.
by Yannick Guerrini on (#3A29M)
Any game with Star Wars in the name is bound to garner attention. Star Wars Battlefront II is no exception. We've put the game through its performance paces on a variety of hardware.
by Thomas Soderstrom on (#SD6D)
Here are the best cases for custom PC builds. Our recommendations take cooling and noise into account, and most sell for less than $100.
by Aris Mpitziopoulos on (#SPY8)
Here are the best power supplies for gaming PCs. These PSUs offer the best reliability, performance and protection for your components.
by Steven Lynch on (#39Z1K)
On the test bench today we have the Antec P110 Luce, a full featured mid-tower chassis with a tempered-glass side panel.
by Aris Mpitziopoulos on (#39VWC)
Corsair released a white version of the RM850x, which also comes with individually sleeved white cables. The rest of the specs are the same, so performance is identical as the black RM850x.
by Chris Ramseyer on (#3682D)
There isn't a bush to beat around. The new Intel Optane SSD 900P ran it over along with the competition. This is the fastest consumer SSD ever, but it lacks capacity. 280GB and 480GB drives will ship this week, but the cost will be Optane.
by Jean Michel "Wizerty" Tisserand on (#39NVP)
Overclocking the GTX 1080 Ti Lightning Z using air, water, and of course liquid nitrogen cooling shows why MSI’s highest-performing graphics card is so hard to buy.
by Lucian Armasu on (#310Y6)
Here are the 25 cryptocurrencies with the biggest market capitalization. Many have similarities, but also have unique features and technologies.
by Yannick Guerrini on (#39GYZ)
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus marks the franchise's return, this time with MachineGames and the id Tech 6 game engine. The engine is packed with all kinds of technology, it utilizes the Vulkan API, and it promises a lot in terms of rendering quality.
by Adam Overa on (#39GAW)
We're resurrecting our annual Readers' Choice awards as the Community Choice awards, so it's time for you to choose the best products of the year!
by Michael Justin Allen Sexton on (#39FPA)
This roundup of Intel Z370 Coffee Lake motherboards pulls from our in-depth reviews, and includes recommendations for gaming, value & overall performance.
by Chris Ramseyer on (#39DM9)
We have Samsung's new high-performance NVMe SSD under the microscope.
by Michael Justin Allen Sexton on (#35HYB)
This roundup of Intel X299 Skylake-X & Kaby Lake-X motherboards pulls from our reviews, and includes recommendations for gaming, value & performance.
by Thomas Soderstrom on (#1JVTX)
Here are the best motherboards for Intel and AMD’s top processors. These boards offer great features, overclocking performance and pricing.
by Thomas Soderstrom on (#39A9P)
Designed exclusively for Intel’s Skylake-X series LGA 2066 processors, can the X299E-ITX/ac put full-size computing power into small cases?
by Aris Mpitziopoulos on (#396ZV)
After evaluating Seasonic's 750W Focus Plus Gold power supply, which left a good impression on us, it's time to review that family's flagship, the SSR-850FX.
by Christian Eberle on (#1JVV0)
Here are the best gaming monitors available today, ranging from inexpensive 60-144hz monitors to top-of-the-line 4K panels equipped with G-Sync or FreeSync.
by Chris Ramseyer on (#1JVTZ)
Here are the best PCIe and SATA SSDs on the market, ranging from 256GB to 2TB. These drives offer the best performance per dollar.
by Chris Ramseyer on (#393SY)
Samsung released a new 850 SSD in China, but this may be a new model coming to the rest of the world. With up to 540 MB/s sequential read and 520 MB/s sequential write performance, this would be a popular SSD.
by Eric Vander Linden on (#392MT)
Gigabyte has designs on the professional and workstation space.
by Christian Eberle on (#3917T)
Curved ultra-wide monitors aren’t just for gamers; professionals can enjoy them too. Today we’re checking out Dell’s U3818DW.
by Eric Vander Linden on (#390BV)
ASRock improves upon the Taichi's performance with the Gaming i7, but is the price increase worth it?
by Michael Justin Allen Sexton on (#370E2)
Aren't sure what to buy your PC enthusiast friends this holiday? We have a few ideas, including cooling, keyboards, mice, storage, modding tools and more.
by Rexly Peñaflorida on (#38Z4K)
These are the characters that will put your abilities to the test. Did you favorite boss make it on the list?
by Yannick Guerrini on (#38WGQ)
With Destiny 2, Activision and Bungie deliver a multi-platform experience for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PCs. While consoles are limited to 30 FPS, PC gamers enjoy uncapped frame rates. What kind of performance will you see?
by Chris Ramseyer on (#38SSH)
The DRAMless HP700 SSD is one of the best we've tested to date, but the price is more mainstream than the performance.
by Jacob Terkelsen on (#38PFC)
Does X399 answer the questions buyers have about how well AMD fares in the high-end computing space? MSI’s X399 flagship is first up on the test bench.
by Paul Alcorn on (#38NVW)
We prowled around SuperComputing 2017 to gather all the most interesting displays at the show.
by Paul Alcorn on (#SFZ7)
Here are the best gaming CPUs for the money. These processors offer the best performance at their price and are suitable for overclocking.
by Chris Miconi on (#38K8N)
Enermax managed to take a Micro-ATX board and stuff it into a Mini-ITX sized case. Today we’re putting it to the test to find out if less is actually more.
by Eric Vander Linden on (#38FYJ)
How much cooling can you pack into an inexpensive open loop kit?
by Chris Angelini on (#XRQZ)
Here is a resource to help you judge if a graphics card is a reasonable value: The gaming GPU hierarchy chart groups GPUs by performance.
by Chris Angelini on (#XRR0)
Here are the best gaming GPUs for the money. These graphics cards offer the best performance at their price and resolution (from 720p to 4K).
by Aris Mpitziopoulos on (#38D9A)
After the TPG-1250-T, Thermaltake has a second digital PSU to show off. The TPI-1200F2FDP offers high performance and a variety of RGB lighting options, which many enthusiasts appreciate.
by Michael Justin Allen Sexton on (#24S8B)
Star Wars has evolved from a single movie to one of the world's most recognizable franchises. We look back at all the PC games it has spawned over the years.
by Michael Justin Allen Sexton on (#35Q70)
This roundup of AMD X370 AM4 Ryzen motherboards pulls from our in-depth reviews, and includes recommendations for gaming, value and all-around performance.
by Jacob Terkelsen on (#3889Y)
With the industry putting more of an emphasis on smaller form factor chassis and watercooling solutions, does X370 in Mini-ITX finally make sense?
by Paul Alcorn on (#384TN)
Intel improved its Core i3 family by arming it with four physical cores. Let's see if the unlocked Core i3-8350K can usurp the competition from AMD.
by Steven Lynch on (#383M5)
Originally spotted at Computex 2017, this mid-tower ATX chassis sports a tempered glass side panel, RGB lighting functionality and a price tag that won’t break the bank.
by Yannick Guerrini on (#381HD)
Crysis was magnificent in its day, offering irreproachable gameplay to hardcore enthusiasts. And of course, it challenged the most powerful hardware available 10 years ago.
by Steven Lynch on (#37Y4P)
be quiet!, best known as a manufacturer of power supplies and low-noise PC components, is back with the latest installment in its Dark Base line of high-end chassis.
by Fritz Nelson on (#22TFQ)
We tested gaming laptops with a series of real-world and synthetic benchmarks to measure battery, cooling, CPU, display, GPU, storage, and overall system performance.
by Chris Angelini on (#37TSN)
For Crysis' 10th anniversary, we tested all of the flagship AMD and Nvidia GPUs released over the last decade at 1080p, 1440p, and 4K.
by Chris Ramseyer on (#37R30)
The Team Group PD500 is lighter than many thumb drives but delivers SSD-like performance.
by Alexander Quejado on (#37K6F)
Eurocom's Q5 Max-Q gaming laptop promises fast performance in an attractive package. We put it through its paces in our lab.
by Thomas Soderstrom on (#37HRD)
It has the glass and the RGB, but can Azza’s quasi-EATX largish mid-tower outperform its high-end rivals?