We attempt to answer the ultimate question. Should you purchase a prebuilt gaming PC or get the components and put it together yourself.
This inexpensive, single-board computer will open up a whole new tech world for your giftees or fortify their existing collection.
What should you buy your favorite maker for the holidays this year? Here are our best 2019 gift ideas for DIY fans, from 3D printers to tools and more.
Buying hardware for a PC builder can be tough, so picked 20 gifts for upgraders that aren't tied to any specific platform.
With holiday expenses nothing to sneeze at, you’ll likely want to get some friends and family members lower-cost items. We’ve collected a few of our favorite small and somewhat affordable gifts.
We built two different PCs for under $500. Both systems have their limitations, but one might be just what you’re looking for.
We tested Modern Warfare on a slew of different graphics cards to see how you can squeeze the most out of your GPU.
New firmware and a beta bootloader allow the Pi 4 to run at lower temperatures while adding the ability to boot via Ethernet.
Avoiding incompatible parts and getting the rig you really want is easy when you understand the basics of a few commonly used form factors.
We'll walk you through overclocking both the GPU and GPU of the Raspberry Pi 4. It's not hard, but good results requires more than just cranking things up to 11.
Eliminating both noise and heat from a high-powered gaming PC typically means one thing: water-cooling. Can you truly make a quiet, cool gaming PC to rival any console? Let’s find out.
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