Last quarter, I chose to forgo traditional CPU/GPU balance ideas, and was rewarded with superb triple-screen gaming for only $800. This quarter, I have no budget limits.
Unhappy with last quarters builds, we completely uncapped our budgets with the goal of fixing performance shortcomings.
Can loose budgets help tighten the course on high-performance, mid-priced gaming? We put aside several of last-quarter's compromises to find out.
The world of video editing is simultaneously complex and yet more accessible than ever. In part one of our guide, we go over some of the basic concepts and hardware requirements.
Have you ever come up with your own idea for a killer rig? Don't forget to tell us about it on the Tom's Hardware forums. The following ten setups were configured by forum members and chosen as winners in the Q2 2014 BestConfigs Poll.
Even if you like to get your hands dirty, today's picture story may make you want a shower. Get your latex gloves and liquid air ready. These messes won't be easy to clean up.
For many folks, the most beautiful sound that a PC can make is no sound at all. How close can Tom's Hardware get to a zero-decibel configuration and still lend up with a compact, functional machine capable of mainstream gaming, without breaking the bank?
The Tom's Hardware $10,000 PC. Custom built by Falcon Northwest with a sound-dampened aluminum chassis and painted in Mach V Exotix. Click through the following pages to see what is inside.