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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!).

reviews - JANUARY 21 0

MSI's RX800PRO-TD256 does not vary much from the ATi-based card specifications and Radeon X800 graphics processor on which the device is based. However, a lot of games bundled with the not-so-shabby card at...

reviews - JANUARY 12 4

Blue screen, registry error, blank screen... ack! Somebody tell me: how I can retrieve my data? How do I get my system running again? THG shows you which tools to use, and how to use them to get everything...

news - JANUARY 7 0

Working with the basic material of computer chips, Intel researchers have constructed an all-silicon laser that could lead to computers one day harnessing light waves rather than electrical currents to shuttle...

news - DECEMBER 17 0

IBM has begun work on new technologies designed to boost the capacity of tape storage devices by 250 times.

news - DECEMBER 14 0

European research institutes are linking together four supercomputers to create the world's fourth most powerful megacomputer, without having to spend the money it would normally cost to build such a monster.

news - DECEMBER 3 0

Asustek Computer aims to ship four million notebooks in 2005, including two million own-brand models and two million OEM/ODM models, according to sources at the motherboard maker.

reviews - DECEMBER 1 1

The conclusions from our first XGA projector story remain: fun and fascination are guaranteed when you build your own projector. However, some folks have told us they need help finding TFT monitors with panels...

news - DECEMBER 1 0

LG Philips LCD is to invest five billion dollars in new facilities to produce next-generation flat panel displays in order to strengthen its global market leadership.

news - NOVEMBER 16 0

Futuremark released a new patch for the 3DMark03 benchmark suite.

reviews - NOVEMBER 15 0

Are you confused about what to give for the holiday season? Over the last several weeks, we have reviewed some of the most exciting, expensive and sometimes strange electronic gadgets. The result is this easy...

news - NOVEMBER 15 0

Long heralded Balanced Technology Extended (BTX) Intel motherboards have started to go for sale in Japan.

reviews - NOVEMBER 13 3

Have fun tinkering and save a boatload of money on a high-quality XGA projector. THG shows you, step by step, how to build an XGA projector with 3,500 ANSI lumens. A new video also provides additional...

reviews - NOVEMBER 10 0

The THG Graphics Card Buyer's Guide has been written to be a guideline for the purchase of a new graphics card. It aids beginners in selecting the right model with the right feature set, and explains the newest...

reviews - SEPTEMBER 17 0

ATI's HDTV Wonder gives your PC HDTV television capabilities. But while saving you the expense of buying an HDTV television, the PCI card's installation can be a challenge while Nvidia graphics card users are...

reviews - SEPTEMBER 10 0

Webcams are as pervasive as mice in any electronics store, but do they all work the same? THG tested five from Creative Labs, Inside Out Networks and Logitech to see how their software, picture quality and...

reviews - SEPTEMBER 8 0

Installing WindowsXP and the recently released Service Pack 2 no longer requires separate installations. Using a process called slipstreaming, Microsoft allows users to burn CDs that combine a WindowsXP...

reviews - SEPTEMBER 7 3

Who said that only barebones can come in a cube format? The extravagant and attractive U2UFO PC chassis by Mountain Mods reaches new dimensions.

news - AUGUST 31 0

Three of Japan's largest electronics companies, Hitachi, Toshiba and Matsushita Electric, have reached a basic agreement to create a joint venture to manufacture and sell LCD panels for televisions, the...

reviews - AUGUST 4 0

The small cube-shaped barebone PCs continue to emerge in a growing number of living rooms as sleekly designed personal video recorders (PVR) and DVD players. However, loud fan noise pollution is too often a...

news - JULY 23 0

Intel and ATI Technologies plan a co-marketing initiative called "Driving Change", which will target the channel and bundle ATI own-brand add-in-board (AIB) clients with Intel own-brand motherboards, according...

news - JULY 20 0

FRAPS is a game benchmarking, screen- and video capturing tool. Check out the new version.

news - JUNE 7 0

Taiwan-based graphics chipset maker XGI Technology plans to ship own-brand graphics cards in the second half of this year, according to company sources.

news - MAY 28 0

Having roundly trashed Nvidia's PCI Express graphics module format, MXM, ATI will tout one of its own, dubbed Axiom.

reviews - MAY 7 0

A freeware utility called KeePass encrypts your passwords and pin numbers in a locked-down database that also goes wherever you go. THG takes you through the setup process and details how the utility can make...

reviews - APRIL 23 1

You want to access two PCs, but don't want to duplicate the mess and clutter of another monitor, mouse and keyboard. KVM switch vendors claim to offer a remedy.

reviews - APRIL 9 0

USB flash drives are convenient, but their small size makes them prone to theft or getting lost. While Plexuscom's device is just as easily lost or stolen as the next flash drive, a built-in fingerprint sensor...

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