Whether you’re spending $500 or $4,000 on components, we’ve picked out the perfect parts for your next PC build.
PC Enthusiasts have long bemoaned the soldered CPUs in NUCs. Recent modular improvements weren't a big step forward, so socketed CPUs are welcome.
Sega has worked closely with Intel and components maker ASRock on what might be "the world's fastest PC," by one metric or another.
Corsair’s 4000D ATX Mid Tower case is down to less than $40 at Newegg, thanks to a discount code and mail-in rebate.
After assembling Singularity Computers’ stunning but pricey Spectre III chassis, we built a fitting system into it, including custom cooling and sleeved cables.
System 72’s new Thelio Mega is extremely powerful for its compact size, but just as costly. Luckily, you can build it yourself.
See how Modder extraordinaire Joey “Modstek” Jones turned his old PlayStation 3 into a flashy, flip-top Ryzen PC.
Asus’ ROG Z11 itx case looks stunning, but it’s confusing to build in, makes getting to your ports incredibly inconvenient, and costs nearly $300.
By combining a used desktop with new components such as an Nvidia GTX 1650 GPU, we have a very-affordable gaming rig
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.
Tom's Hardware and PC Gamer are hosting a PC building competition, which ends in a week. Here's how to submit before the deadline.
We attempt to answer the ultimate question. Should you purchase a prebuilt gaming PC or get the components and put it together yourself.
Buying hardware for a PC builder can be tough, so picked 20 gifts for upgraders that aren't tied to any specific platform.