Raijintek has released a new full-tower chassis, the Zofos Evo, that combines massive storage and cooling potential with stately RGB-lit accents and sound insulation.
AMD has released a new driver for users of Radeon GPUs. The new version, 18.3.3, brings improved support for the soon-to-be-released titles "Sea Of Thieves" and "A Way Out," among other things.
Faster versions of HyperX’s Fury line of desktop and Impact line of mobile DDR4 memory have launched.
The new TG5 RGB doesn’t just come with RGB fans and LED strips, it also integrates a new RGB lighting hub.
These no-frills chassis’ defining selling point are their dual 5.25” drive bays, which is a rarity among modern cases.
This full tower strikes a balance between distinctive styling and the classy but nondescript all-glass design that has become so popular.
These dual-core parts, some of which have hyperthreading, are meant to compete in the sub-$100 price bracket.
With the recently released Obsidian 500D, Corsair began the next generation of its oldest case series. The next member, the Obsidian 1000D, has been leaked by Amazon and Corsair’s own website.
Qualcomm, Intel, and AMD have all announced "always connected PCs," but what does the term really mean, and who owns it?
Philips' North American brand license partner, EPI, announced plans to bring the Brilliance 492P8 ultra-wide monitor to the U.S.
With its wide-gamut, native 10-bit color, full-array LED backlight, and HDR support, the PA32UC is geared for photographers, videographers, and enthusiasts of high-quality imaging alike.
Colorful, a company known for building some truly ludicrous graphics cards, is jumping into the custom SLI bridge market with its new iGame SLI HB Bridge.
New Intel NUC products have been detailed in a technical document. The upcoming embedded systems are built on the recently announced Gemini Lake platform, which replaces the Apollo Lake platform.
Windows 10 S, a feature-locked version of Windows 10 that is limited to running UWP apps, is going to be replaced by an “S mode” that companies can decide to enable on their products.
The Smach Z, a crowd-funded handheld gaming console with a long history of delays, has been redesigned with AMD’s recently announced Ryzen Embedded processors.
Microsoft released a patch that delivers Intel’s microcode updates for Spectre to Windows 10 systems with certain 6th-gen (Skylake) CPUs.
Cougar released the Panzer-G mid-tower chassis, a new case that sports smoked glass panels and a ruggedly styled frame to create an aesthetic that’s neither conservative nor overly flashy.
Taking after its larger counterparts, the Mini combines the same understated aesthetics and sensible design, but puts it into a smaller package.