We embraced the rainbow and built a powerful PC with as many RGB components and accessories we could find.
The HP Omen Obelisk is HP’s most upgradable PC, but it needs at least one more fan and isn’t entirely customizable.
Razer's Chroma lighting and its Synapse program go hand-in-hand, but soon there will be another way to control Razer's RGB lights: Amazon Alexa.
CyberPowerPC landed at CES 2019 with a world-ending monster desktop and a Syber Cube that could be a stand-in for Marvel’s Tesseract.
MSI unveiled its Infinite S Gaming Desktop, an entry-level machine in a very slight chassis that still packs some of the latest specs
Corsair's One compact desktops lineup just got a big internal upgrade, with three new models that sport up to 12-core CPUs and 2080 Ti graphics.
HP is updating its Omen Obelisk desktop with new parts and its laptop with Nvidia's latest graphics.
Walmart’s Overpowered Gaming Desktop DTW3 is cheap and offers solid gaming performance, but those savings come from questionable parts, which are housed in a questionable design.
Despite reports suggesting otherwise, Walmart is still selling the Overpowered DTW1, DTW2 and DTW3 gaming desktops.
Dell and HP, two American computer manufacturers, had quarterly earnings calls last night (Nov. 29) in which the companies discussed the effects of tariffs on computer parts coming from China.
Amazon is knocking $200 off this Cyberpower gaming tower with an RTX 2080 and Ryzen 7 2700X. It also includes a 1TB SSD and 16GB of RAM.
The Omen by HP Obelisk Desktop comes loaded with a Core i7-8700 and a Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 for only $1,499.
The Corsair Vengeance 5180 Gaming PC is a beautiful micro-ATX machine that’s easy to upgrade but has a last-gen processor that isn’t as powerful as we would like.
The MSI Trident X is a powerful, compact machine that can be upgraded with standardized parts at a good price.
You’ll pay a lot for the Asus ROG Strix GL12CX, but this desktop is a powerhouse gaming rig that shows games at their very best and comes with great peripherals.
Streamlabs and Intel have partnered with Shuttle, SimplyNUC, Zotac, and Acer on systems made specifically for streamers.