Tom's Hardware FR picked up 10 Ryzen CPUs up and down AMD's stack, then applied LN2 to the whole lot. Which model overclocks best under extreme circumstances?
Skylake-X presents throttling problems and a seemingly insurmountable cooling challenge. Why? We'll explore a few different reasons in the search for answers.
We're testing Kaby Lake's maximum frequency at various core voltages, the influence of de-lidding, and even applying a bit of liquid nitrogen. Get ready to learn more about overclocking Intel's latest architecture with a bunch of Core i7-7700K CPUs.
Is there value in a budget gamer workstation? Are Intel's C232 chipset and Xeon part of the answer? We're putting ASRock's E3V5 Performance Gaming/OC motherboard on the test bench in an attempt to find out.
Will the performance of enhanced DDR4-3200 timings and a moderate price get value recognition for Patriot’s Viper Elite PVE416G320C6KGY 16GB dual-channel kit?
ASRock, which designed its Hyper OC series of motherboards exclusively for BCLK overclocking, will now release these motherboard some time in July.
AMD's socket AM1 is notoriously slow and gloriously inexpensive. Contributor Joe Trott tunes his machine in an effort to answer the question: Can this low-energy platform meet the most-basic needs of a performance enthusiast?
Asrock secretly launched its C232 BCLK overclocking motherboard and unveiled a new series of non-Z170 boards designed to overclock non-K CPUs.
ASRock constantly seeks value awards, but is its Z170 Gaming K4 really worth $15 more than the cheapest Z170 product we've tested? Today we examine the features and overclocking abilities of the Z170 Gaming K4 motherboard.
Asrock is further removing support for overclocking non-K CPUs by removing its Sky OC feature from its Z170 motherboards.
Yesterday it was just experimental, today it's official: Locked Skylake processors can be overclocked with Asrock Z170 motherboards. You just need a BIOS update.
We sit down with Intel's Paul Zagacki to talk Devil's Canyon, Haswell-E and overclocking. Then, we overclock five retail Core i7-5960X CPUs to their limits.
Quickly following the Fury X, AMD’s next graphics foray is a cut-down Fiji called Fury, running at 1000MHz GPU clock. We tested Sapphire’s Tri-X Overclocked version.
Now that we’ve built four PCs with matching budgets, which builder, and which machine, owns the title of best performance for $1600?
Because you asked for it, we put an Intel Core i5 and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 into a mini-ITX case. But how does it perform compared to its larger twin?