Our first mid-range enthusiast System Builder Marathon configuration of 2015 turns out to be a solid, capable and powerful system with no obvious weak spots.
The GeForce GTX 760 has had to hold it's ground for a long time, but today Nvidia replaces it's last Kepler-powered GTX card with the GeForce GTX 960.
Fresh on the heels of the final Hobbit movie, we bring you our game performance review of Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor. This innovative title has a few pleasant surprises up its sleeve when it comes to hardware requirements.
Razer has taken the initiative to create a free, open-source virtual reality standard. Not only that, but the company offers a $200 development kit that includes a VR head-mounted display.
AMD is debuting its high-performance Carrizo and Carrizo-L system-on-a-chip design at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), and we're the first to offer pictures of the prototype.
Live from CES, Tom's Hardware delivers the first comparison benchmark results from the Broadwell-U based Core i5-5200U and Core i7-5600U!
Chipmaker Intel has released new information about its 15 to 28 Watt Broadwell-U processors intended for products like Ultrabooks, Notebooks, Mini-PCs and All-in-One desktops.
The Immersive Technology Alliance (ITA) is a not-for-profit corporation created to promote the success of the immersive technology industry.
If you were a fan of Far Cry 3’s free roam, hunting and countless side missions, the sequel will be right up your alley. We test a wide array of hardware with this game, and get a good look at how it improves upon its predecessor.
In this, our last enthusiast build of 2014, we put together a more capable system than last quarter for less money. When it comes to overclocking, though, fate had a different plan.
XFX boasts the highest factory-overclocked GPU overclock in its Radeon R9 285 Black Edition. But is there more to this card than just impressive specifications? Find out inside!
We went to the Immersed Virtual and Augmented reality event in Toronto and were surprised by the amount of content available at this new venue.
Zotac's GeForce GTX 980 AMP! Omega edition boasts a large aftermarket cooling solution enabling an aggressive factory overclock. How does the board perform right out of its box? How about after we try to push it even harder?
Nvidia released it's GK210-powered dual-GPU Tesla K80 graphics card today, bringing GPGPU compute processing to a whole new level.
We've waited patiently since we saw this card demoed at CES in the beginning of 2014. Sapphire has finally released the 8GB version of it's Vapor-X R9 290X. Does more memory make us merrier?
Sapphire provides a compact ITX graphics card for gamers who value small and portable gaming rigs. We put this little graphics card to the test and see if it can stand toe-to-toe with its full-sized contemporaries.
VisionTek recently introduced its CryoVenom R9 295X2, a dual-GPU graphics card that squeezes into a single PCIe expansion slot thanks to a thin and effective water block with impressive thermal performance. But is the board worth its price premium?
Nvidia introduces its second-gen Maxwell architecture to mobile, where the efficient GM204 graphics processor has a chance to show its core advantages.
Nvidia shows us what second-gen Maxwell architecture can do with its new GM204 chip and the GeForce GTX 970 and 980 graphics cards that wield it.
Straight from IDF, we're pleased to bring you the first comparison benchmark results from the Broadwell-based Core M-5Y70!
Intel reveals more technical details about the Core M, and we get our first peek of Broadwell-Y processing and battery performance comparisons.
On paper, the new Tonga-based R9 285 looks to be slightly slower than the R9 280 it is intended to replace, but there's more than meets the eye.
AMD Now Offers Eight-Core Processors For 95-Watt Motherboards, providing a low-budget upgrade path to respectable multi-threading performance. In addition, the new FX-8370 processor has arrived, and prices have been cut across the board.
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