Thermalright's latest cooler offers a neat 120mm fan based dual-tower design for efficient CPU cooling.
Thermaltake’s Divider 300TG is attractive, but lacks the quality and performance needed to stand out in today’s market.
Although Louqe’s Raw S1 doesn’t come with a lot of basic amenities, it’s a stunning display of ITX minimalism, design, and craftsmanship.
Here are the best cases for custom PC builds. Our recommendations factor in cooling and noise, and many sell for less than $100 (£100, $150 AU).
Noctua’s NF-A12x25 is the result of almost 5 years of development at Noctua, but how well was Thermaltake able to replicate the end result with the Toughfan 12?
Cooler Master MasterFrame 700 transforms from creative showcase to practical test bench in a matter of minutes.
Razer’s Tomahawk ITX shrinks things down. But in doing so, does it overcome the biggest issues of its larger sibling?
CryptoLeo, the YouTuber who earlier revealed that he had an RTX 3060 before its launch, is tearing it down for your viewing pleasure.
Fractal Design’s Meshify 2 Compact offers an excellent foundation for thermally demanding ATX gaming systems.
A new rumor suggests that Intel is once again attempting a special packaging for its top-of-the-line chip in the new Rocket Lake lineup.
Nvidia's PR spokesperson, Brian Del Rizzo, clarified that the Hash Rate Limiter on the RTX 3060 is implemented at a vBIOS level
Mical Wong, the founder of fanless case manufacturer Turemetal, had a go at flogging his flagship UP10 case with an RTX 3080
A soon-to-be-released beta of HWiNFO will start reporting the Hotspot temperature of Nvidia Ampere GPUs.
This internet cafe repurposed its empty self to cryptocurrency mining, and is allegedly witnessing higher profits.
Top economist Nouriel Roubini is accusing Elon Musk of market manipulation surrounding Tesla's $1.5-Billion Bitcoin investment.
Razer’s Tomahawk ATX case uses the same internals as the award-winning Lian Li Lancool II Mesh, but does it offer enough improvements to make it worth twice the price?
The hackers behind the CDPR data breach are seemingly already auctioning the first bits of data off in an attempt to scare CDPR into paying the ransom.
CD Projekt Red has been breached, and the attackers have obtained a large amount of source code and document data.