by Kevin Carbotte on (#3GNQC)
VR games are great fun, but with several platforms on the market, the communities for these games are often small. These titles bring everyone together.
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by Yannick Guerrini on (#3GM6Q)
Wargaming.net plans to upgrade World of Tanks with its enCore engine in the near future. We explored the graphics-quality improvements and performance implications of this new engine technology.
by Chris Ramseyer on (#3GK8K)
MyDigitalSSD is the first out of the gate with a retail Phison E80-powered SSD. The SBX is the entry-level successor to the popular BPX and brings more performance to the table.
by Steven Lynch on (#3GGDJ)
Corsair, which needs no introduction in the tech community, has rolled out the latest installment in its Obsidian line of premium computer chassis.
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 Aris Mpitziopoulos on (#3GENG)
Enermax recently released two high-capacity PSUs to match the competition. We already reviewed its Platimax DF 1200, so now it's time to check out the 1.25kW MaxTytan, which promises compelling performance.
by Chris Ramseyer on (#3GATD)
Adata's XPG line targets gamers and extreme users but can a metal heatsink over an entry-level NVMe SSD satisfy the target audience's demands for high-performance?
by Thomas Soderstrom on (#3G9RZ)
Can a premium brand add enough performance, features, and overclocking to beat its lower-priced rivals in the battle of compact gaming value supremacy?
by Igor Wallossek on (#3G8D0)
Now that we know AMD is using thermal paste instead of solder between its Raven Ridge-based dies and heat spreaders, it's time to determine whether we have a reason to complain.
by Chris Ramseyer on (#3G7EB)
The Netstor NA611TB3 enclosure brings Thunderbolt 3 to two high-performance NVMe SSDs in a semi-portable enclosure with rugged features.
by Steven Lynch on (#3G6AG)
Riotoro's $60-list CR500 is a budget-friendly chassis that features a direct airflow path, a tempered-glass side panel, and a dual-chamber design. Is it a solid budget pick?
by Daniel Sauvageau on (#3G4H9)
USB power banks come in all shapes and sizes, and from countless vendors. One of those lesser-known names is GETIHU, and we're here to tear into its 10Ah PB-01.
by Thomas Soderstrom on (#F5YV)
Here are the best CPU cooling solutions (air and liquid) for a range of systems, from small form-factor builds to overclocked big-rigs.
by Paul Alcorn on (#3G249)
We were fans of Ryzen 5 2400G at $170. So what do we think of Ryzen 3 2200G? After all, it still sports four cores and 512 Stream processors for competent 720p gaming!
by Aris Mpitziopoulos on (#3G21P)
It's been a long time since we've seen a new Antec PSU, and we're glad to see the company active again. The new Earthwatts Gold Pro line is based on Seasonic's Focus Gold platform, so we expect good performance from it.
by Thomas Soderstrom on (#3FZ67)
The newer Pro version of Gigabyte’s X299 Aorus Gaming 7 brings advancements in power management and cooling. Will it push our parts farther, faster, and more efficiently to promote value?
by Thomas Soderstrom on (#3FY2C)
VIVO’s High Airflow kit upgrades its CASE-V08 from tiny side vents to a raised panel. We test it both ways.
by Derek Forrest on (#3FW7F)
We put Zotac's Zbox Magnus EN1060K-U barebones mini PC to the test.
by Christian Eberle on (#3FV3C)
BenQ provides the latest entrant in the HDR saga with its new EW277HDR. It’s a 27” FHD VA panel with 3000:1 contrast, HDR10 support, and an HDR emulation mode for standard content.
by Igor Wallossek on (#3FSD3)
We take a closer look at AMD’s Raven Ridge-based processors, analyzing power consumption, clock rates, and temperatures. We also pit the stock cooler against a high-end chiller to find a temperature-independent power limit for Ryzen 5 2400G.
by Paul Alcorn on (#3FPJJ)
AMD designed its new Ryzen processors with Vega graphics to play AAA games at 1080p with low-quality settings. Does the flagship Ryzen 5 2400G deliver on those promises?
by Garrett Carver on (#3FNM7)
How does the Arctic Freezer 33 eSports Edition electric color and catchy moniker match up against big air?
by Thomas Soderstrom on (#3FMHD)
Is Conquer the case for anyone who can’t decide whether they want a case, or is it specifically for someone who wants an open-air chassis in a mid-tower layout? We take a closer look.
by Garrett Carver on (#3FKQV)
NAIA 240’s unconventional features launch Reeven into the closed-loop cooler market. We test it.
by Rexly Peñaflorida on (#3FJMH)
Spend a few minutes and reminisce on some of our community's top picks for the most memorable levels in video games.
by Igor Wallossek on (#3FH4B)
Readers often ask us which applications are best for stability and temperature testing, and why we use some, but not others. In response, we generated some results to help quantify our choices for measuring power, heat, and the usefulness of overclocks.
by Aris Mpitziopoulos on (#3FG4E)
Thanks to mining, PSUs like EVGA's SuperNOVA 1600 T2 are highly popular, so they're out of stock everywhere. The 1600 T2 is one of the best high-wattage models you can buy, able to deliver more than 2kW of power for short periods!
by Alexander Quejado on (#3FF1D)
We've got another laptop featuring a Max-Q GPU from Nvidia. This time, it's a GTX 1070. We put Origin PC's EVO 15-S through our benchmark suite to see how it compares to other gaming laptops.
by Chris Ramseyer on (#3FEF2)
The world's best selling SSD just got a makeover. Today we see how Samsung increased its performance and longevity.
by Igor Wallossek on (#3FD83)
Ryzen meets Vega in AMD's first desktop chips that bring the two together. Let's take a peek at them before our formal benchmarking.
by Derek Forrest on (#3FC33)
What kind of gaming PC can you get for less than $1500? Gigabyte's BRIX Gaming VR is a barebones mini PC, and it offers one potential answer to that question. We give it spin in our test lab.
by Thomas Soderstrom on (#4C0D)
Here are the best performing RAM kits we’ve tested: computer memory that’s ideal for gaming, video editing and graphics-heavy applications.
by Paul Alcorn on (#3FACF)
We test the latest patches on Intel and AMD platforms to see if they have a significant impact on your gaming experience.
by Alexander Quejado on (#3F97G)
We've already tested the Asus ROG Zephyrus with a GTX 1080 (Max-Q). It had its fair share of praise and issues. Will the GTX 1070 (Max-Q) version be a worthy trade off in terms of performance?
by Yannick Guerrini on (#327FX)
While the number of different cryptocurrencies is always increasing, only a handful have attained enough market capitalization to be truly viable. Ethereum, a blockchain-based distributed computing platform, is one of the most popular.
by Aris Mpitziopoulos on (#34K4W)
We dove into our benchmarks to find PSUs with enough performance, reliability, and efficiency to mine Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero and other cryptocurrencies.
by Jacob Terkelsen on (#3F4VJ)
Will the X399 Taichi give us style and performance while driving a value position for an already expensive platform?
by Christian Eberle on (#1JVTY)
Professional monitors offer the best color accuracy and gamut and are well-suited for photographers and designers: Here are the best we’ve tested.
by Thomas Soderstrom on (#3F2DV)
Performance enthusiast are always looking for a way to go faster, and Corsair obliges with its CMK16GX4M2F4600C19 dual-channel memory kit. We test it!
by Daniel Sauvageau on (#3F0E3)
The quest for recommendable AC adapters continues. Up next: Aukey’s PA-U32.
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 Aris Mpitziopoulos on (#3EXZQ)
The Bitfenix Formula Gold 650W is an affordable PSU that offers good performance and high efficiency. The cherry on top is its quiet operation. This unit's only compromise appears to be its native cable design.
by Kevin Carbotte on (#1SB9Z)
Here are the best Virtual Reality Headsets currently available for the PC. Ranging from $400 to over $1000, these are truly the ultimate gaming peripherals.
by Igor Wallossek on (#3EXSS)
Adata is known for memory modules and SSDs, but not really its audio gear. The Emix H30 is the XPG brand's attempt to dominate a lucrative gaming headset market. This $200 solution even includes an amplifier and stand.
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 Christian Eberle on (#3ETY1)
Graphics pros working in the sRGB color gamut will appreciate the value of ViewSonic’s VP2768. It offers a sharp 27” QHD/IPS screen with an internal 14-bit LUT and flexible calibration options.
by Igor Wallossek on (#3ETRJ)
With its Cronos Riing RGB 7.1, Tt eSports hits a sub-$80 street price. The headset offers simulated 7.1-channel sound at the touch of a button, colorful lighting, and a comfortable fit. But how does it perform?
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 (#3EQYR)
Will additional tempered glass and a lower price put the 5PM case from mean:it on our must-have list?
by Garrett Carver on (#3EQSR)
We review Cooler Master's ML120L RGB compact liquid cooler.