Corsair is launching a new version of its Vengeance Gaming PCs, this time powered with AMD's Ryzen processors and Radeon RX 5700 series graphics.
After several leaks, Intel revealed the NUC 9 Ghost Canyon Extreme Kit and Compute Element at CES 2020.
The Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop uses Intel’s Compute Element in a 10-Liter case with a full-sized GPU.
Intel’s Compute Element meets a 2080 Super in Cyberpower’s Nox Mini PC, wrapped inside a white (or black) Cooler Master-designed case.
Asus’ eSports-focused GA35 and GA15 gaming desktops will launch with AMD Ryzen 3000 processors, with Intel 10th Generation options coming later in 2020.
The MSI MEG Aegis Ti5 combines top-end components with a radical design, 5G support and a “Gaming Dial.”
The Origin PC Big O uses a modified Corsair chassis to fit both a PC and either an Xbox One or a PlayStation 4
AMD's new Radeon Pro W5700X graphics card will be available in Apple's brand new Mac Pro desktop, which starts at $5,999.
Dell, which has been pretty loyal to Intel over the past 35 years, is looking at using more AMD CPUs in its systems.
The long-rumored Ryzen 5 3500 is finally here, and has been confirmed in listings for the new Alienware Aurora Ryzen Edition.
The AMD Ryzen 9 3950X is apparently faster than the Core i9-10980XE, and could launch in Dell's Alienware prebuilts.
Free Windows 7 security updates will soon be no more, which might have just aided the PC market experience significant growth last quarter.