Buypower’s Gaming RDY IWBG207 pairs a Core i9 with an RTX 3080 for stunning gaming performance that easily bests previous-gen rigs that cost more.
We test pre-built gaming PCs with our typical gauntlet of real-world and synthetic benchmarks to measure overall system performance.
The MSI Trident X is a powerful, thin gaming PC that you can upgrade later with off-the-shelf parts.
The Maingear Turbo is the epitome of a compact luxury AMD Ryzen PC, with beautiful looks and powerful performance. But it can get very, very expensive.
Maingear’s Vybe with Apex Cooling manages to tame Intel’s Core i9-10900K for impressive, quiet performance with a polished, pretty presentation.
Acer’s refreshed gaming desktop lineup gets the latest Intel and Nvidia components, alongside some cosmetic tweaks. The most glaring omission is the lack of any AMD Ryzen-based options.
MSI is releasing a new line of “Made in America” desktops that are built in California and should have reduced shipping times.
The Corsair Vengeance a4100 is a powerful Ryzen and Nvidia RTX-powered gaming rig with a capture card included.
Between the GPU, CPU, screen and keyboard, you’re buying a whole rig when you get a gaming laptop. Here’s how to pick a good one.
The RGBaby build has lighting in almost every component, which made it difficult to put together and to wire. But with a Ryzen 3900X and Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080, it’s a powerful light show.
With a budget of $2,000 and a focus on aesthetics and 1440p gaming performance, our latest PC build came together nicely.
Solidly built and finished to a very high standard for the price, the new Scimitar offers a comfortable MOBA/MMO mouse with a lot of macro buttons. It won’t translate well to other genres, though.
The Razer Kraken Ultimate gaming headset packs THX Spatial Audio, which Razer claims is more immersive than surround sound.
Check out this phenomenal deal on Zotac's Gaming Mek Ultra PC. Complete with Intel Core i7-8700K, 16GB of DDR4, M.2 PCIe SSD, and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 graphics card. $500 off!
Despite GPD's previous devices having used Intel's Atom-based processors, GPD appears to be using AMD for its next mobile Windows 10-based gaming device.
UnEvn's ONE portable gaming desk takes PC transport to a whole different level by storing your PC, monitor, peripherals then folds up to take to your LAN party.