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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!).

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On September 26, 2006, Tom's Hardware Guide will celebrate its 10th Anniversary. To show our appreciation for you, our readers, we're giving away a specially commissioned $10,000 PC from Falcon Northwest. Don't...

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Hey Ma!Armed Assault is the sequel-that's-not-a-sequel-thanks-to-legal-reasons for the worlds best soldier sim, Operation Flashpoint. Well, it's more of an update to OFP 1.5 than the pure sequel that we were...

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Meet NASCAR's $750,000 tech truck: The fancy paint work hides state of the art computer technology that provides the backbone for the timing and scoring of NASCAR races. Join us for a walk through the...

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If only four graphics cards deliver enough pixel power for your PC and you just weren't ready to shell out more than $5000 for a new PC, then here's your solution: Nvidia today posted the first generally...

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The Tom's Hardware $10,000 PC. Custom built by Falcon Northwest with a sound-dampened aluminum chassis and painted in Mach V Exotix. Click through the following pages to see what is inside.

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The future, near enough to be as we know it? Military struggle? Caribbean islands and graphics not unlike Far Cry? Hot damn, we have an FPS!

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"Your comics or your life!"Comic-Con is usually full of costumed characters and elaborately dressed fans, and 2006 was no different.

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Sony's VAIO UX180P docked in its port replicator with the keyboard open.

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With the acquisition of ATI, AMD will have all pieces in place to evolve from a processor manufacturer into a platform company and go head to head with Intel in more markets - especially in the business desktop...

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3D modeling does not just mean gaming! Check out how Jason Zushman created a cool Tom's Hardware badge out of a silicone mold by milling a 3D object.

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Sharp will invest 500 billion yen (about $4.26 billion) to build a tenth-generation (10G) TFT LCD plant, with construction to begin in the third quarter of 2007 and volume production to begin in mid-2008,...

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What's the best way to make a game sell, no matter how good or bad it is? Ban it. Thank you Germany, the country that'll make the action adventure, ultra-gory adventure game Dead Rising a success.

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Being stuck in traffic is a hated situation commonly experienced by city dwellers, but Streetdeck is selling car computer software that makes those painful waits more enjoyable. The StreetDeck software helps...

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"Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion" boasts some of the most machine-breaking visuals you can get on a PC. However, does your machine have what it takes to achieve a decent Oblivion gaming experience?

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Microsoft is bending to the forces promoting the Open Document Format (ODF) and announced that it will be offering an open-source add-in for Office 2007 applications that will be able to translate its Open XML...

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My word, I've discovered an... wait for it, wait for it... interesting game on the Playstation 2. Ohh yeah, sure it has plenty of fun games, but not many interesting ones - like Rule of Rose, for example, a...

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Glory of the Roman Empire, just released in the UK and hitting US on June 3, is Sim City in Roman Times, for want of a better description.

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Entering a credit card in Google Checkout is as simple as your average account signup on any online store.

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Late Friday, Microsoft shipped Windows Vista build 5456, its first post-Beta 2 version of the next major Windows release.

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This is the first generation Advance board, based on two CSX600 processors that promise a combined performance capability of 50 GFlops.

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Unoriginal storyline? Check. Protagonist with backwards zaney name? Check. Noble crusade? Check. Just enough of Elite to ensure that it's compared to Elite in every preview under the sun (whoops...)? Check....

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One of the games for what I suppose we can now call the "Alzheimer's Generation" of consoles is Lego Star Wars II. The original was the best Star Wars title released around the time of Episode III, and the...

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In 2011, mobile TV services will have some 514 million subscribers worldwide, up from only 6.4 million at the end of 2005, according to ABI Research.

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Despite fierce competition in the global LCD TV market, Taiwan-based LCD TV makers are pushing their own brand business in North America, according to the compan

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Intel will be aggressively promoting standardized and "Intel-approved" notebook components in an effort to make it easier for more system manufacturers to build and support notebook computers, TG Daily has...

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In this final of three galleries from Microsoft senior product manager Mark Alexieff's demonstration of the Office 2007 suite last Friday, we take a look at how PowerPoint and SharePoint work together across...