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If you ever plan to build your own PC, Tom's Hardware’s System Builder Marathon is a must-read. Our editorial team builds, tests, and evaluates PC systems at varying costs, using the components that we think maximize value. These components include motherboards, cooling devices, CPU platforms, chipsets, memory, cases, hard drives, networking and graphics cards and power supplies. For each build, we include performance benchmarks that include 3D games, audio and video compression, graphic design, image manipulation, and video editing. Our testing includes each configuration in its stock form and overclocked. Feel free to build along with us or watch patiently from the sidelines, because, remember—each of these systems are given away at the end of the marathon (don’t forget to enter!).
At this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, iBuyPower raffled off a special Star Wars: The Old Republic-themed case mod. Today we take you through this epic build, all the way from designer sketches...
Out with the old.
The time has come to embrace the $35 Raspberry PI.
Media and Consulting firm UBM TechInsights says it was able to obtain a sample of Intel's 22 nm Ivy Bridge processor ahead of the CPU's official launch.
With the success of the Kepler-based GTX 680 and more units slated for May and beyond, Nvidia's partner manufacturers have stopped production of the GTX 580 & GTX 590.
As expected, AMD has finally cut the prices of the HD 7970, HD 7950 and HD 7770 series graphics cards after the release of the GeForce GTX 680.
Originally rumored to delay the launch of Ivy Bridge processors, Intel is now believed to have readjusted its schedule and introduce the chips a little earlier.
A scientist discovered a way to cool semiconductors much more efficiently than a traditional copper-based heat-spreader can.
Rebadging old products with new names is a trend graphics cards buyers are used to.
CloudFTP has made it from Kickstarter into a real-world product.
Microsemi announced its new TRRUST-Stor SSD drives for use in "harsh" environments.
On April 2nd, Intel quietly announced its P67 Express chipset has been discontinued just ahead of Ivy Bridge's release.
ARM is slowly but surely transitioning from a company that once few knew about into a player that is getting the attention of Intel.
Lian Li's PC-V700 chassis offers PC builders a simplistic style and space saving design, without sacrificing standard ATX motherboard support and expandability.
Just in time for PAX East Gaming Event, Corsair announces two new additions to the Vengeance gaming line, the Vengeance 2000 Wireless 7.1 Gaming Headset and Vengeance C70 PC Gaming Case.
When something goes wrong during the manufacturing process, what are manufacturers to do? Do what many other have done, you turn the part into a new item with the defective part disabled!
These three new routers will pave the way to Connected Homes which includes Wi-Fi enabled appliances.
Fractal Design has released seven new "silent" fans.
A special package arrived at our Tom's Hardware Germany arm -- the world's first look at the Gigabyte GTX 680 OC WindForce 3X.
Nvidia apparently changed to 500-series OEM GPUs to entry-level 600-series versions.
The adventure game of all adventure games could be coming back.
Ivy Bridge sets Super Pi 1M record @ 5.187 seconds (unofficially).
Nvidia's Kepler based Geforce GTX 680 hit the market late March and as expected, the AMD Radeon HD 7990 is to follow closely behind!
PNY is expanding its XLR8-branded memory series with 2133 MHz and 1866 MHz versions that are sold as 16 GB (4 x 4 GB) and 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) kits.
An update to freshen your driver set.
Battlefield 3 case mod is equipped with a chain gun and mini-fridge.
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