We explore and explain why mechanical switch specs have large variances, denoted by the confusing “±” symbol and what it means for your keyboard or keyboard build.
Sponsored AMD PRO Security provides system-level protection from the most sophisticated threats.
We take a look at Phison’s second-generation PS5018-E18 with Micron’s latest and innovative B47R 176-layer replacement-gate TLC flash.
Sponsored The Enhanced Audio Return Channel makes it easy to bring Dolby Atmos and DTS:X audio to television viewing.
We put the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X up against the Core i9-11900K in a six-round battle to determine which chip deserves your hard-earned dollars.
The Ssupd Meshlicious is an affordable ITX case with lots of airflow and a glass side panel for showing off your GPU or motherboard.
We compare FreeSync versus G-Sync to find out whether Nvidia or AMD’s variable refresh rate technology is best for your PC monitor.
We talk to Nvidia and gaming monitor vendors to determine how important G-Sync Compatible certification actually is.
Execs from Bluetooth and Razer weigh in on how to make mice with Bluetooth and 2.4 GHz dongle connections more reliable for gamers.
We put four of the least-expensive B550 motherboards to the test. Are they able to handle our Ryzen 9 3900X and do they have enough features for a discerning user?
By adding LN2 and tweaking memory settings, I brought AMD’s Ryzen 9 3900XT up to a record-setting 5.7-GHz. Here’s how.
We take a close look at four Intel Z490 Mini ITX motherboards. Which one is best for your SFF build?
Welcome to the Core i9-9900KF. Yes, this is not a typo. The eight-core 16-thread Core i9-9900KF is the newest mainstream processor from Team Intel. And versus the 9900K, it may overclock better.
World-leading competitive overclocker Splave explains how he pushed the Core i9-10900K to new limits.
Starting off with InWin’s pixel-packing 309 chassis, we built a bright, capable PC with a Ryzen 7 3700X, an Nvidia RTX 2070 Super and lots of RGB extras.
We tested Minecraft RTX with and without DLSS on a variety of GPUs and CPUs to see what sort of performance you can expect.