Even users with high demands can appreciate value. We take G.Skill’s lower-cost 32GB DDR4-2666 kit for a spin.
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).
Here are the best motherboards for Intel and AMD’s top processors. These boards offer great features, overclocking performance and pricing.
Here are the best CPU cooling solutions (air and liquid) for a range of systems, from small form-factor builds to overclocked big-rigs.
Here are the best performing RAM kits we’ve tested: computer memory that’s ideal for gaming, video editing and graphics-heavy applications.
The HyperX Predator DDR4-2666 CAS 13 kit provides good performance in this 2x 16GB variant, but at a price premium that might have had us starting off with a Z-series board instead.
What would the $1,000 X570 Aqua be without its water-cooling monoblock? The X570 Creator might answer that question.
Supermicro’s mighty mini ITX Xeon board can make for a powerful compact number cruncher, but pricey server-class part requirements means most consumers should opt for X299 or Threadripper alternatives.
Ballistix Gaming offers the greatest number of compatibility modes and a low price, but does it offer enough performance to make it a solid value?
Corsair’s 16GB DDR4-2666 kit aims to conquer all competitors by doubling the number of ranks per DIMM. Here’s how!
Our search for the ultimate, modern DDR4-2666 kit continues with G.Skill’s moderately-priced CAS 15 kit. Does cheaper mean better?
Intel’s unwillingness to budge on higher-speed memory has us searching for new recommendations for H370 and B360 platforms. Is this HyperX the kit to get?
Avoiding incompatible parts and getting the rig you really want is easy when you understand the basics of a few commonly used form factors.