This guide shows you how to stress test your CPU by examining which configurations produce the largest possible loads and which waste the most heat.
Nvidia's tiny GeForce GT 1030 is cheaper, smaller, and cooler-running than AMD's Radeon RX 550. But can it compete in our benchmark suite?
More cores, higher frequencies, and performance-boosting Solder TIM place the Core i9-9900K ahead of the pack. Just be prepared to pay for it.
AMD is first to market with a 7nm gaming GPU. The company complements its Vega 20 processor with 16GB of HBM2 on a 4,096-bit bus, packing it all into a 300W Radeon VII graphics card. Should those numbers impress you? Yeah, actually, they should.
The $1,300 Ryzen Threadripper 2790WX comes bristling with 24 cores and 48 threads of processing power, but is it better than the less-expensive Threadripper X-series models?
AMD's Threadripper 2 series barrels into the high end desktop with the record-setting 32-core 64-thread Threadripper 2 2990WX.
High-performance workstations need to be as stable and reliable as they are fast. We put together an all-around crowd pleaser that'll allow us to test professional hardware on a relative budget
With its HyperX Cloud Alpha, Kingston wants to build on the success of its predecessors. Can a $100 gaming headset garner mass appeal with better-than-expected performance and solid build quality?
AMD claims the Ryzen 7 2700X brings up to a 20% productivity boost, and is near-equivalent in gaming to Intel's Coffee Lake chips. Does it live up to the hype?
AMD's "2nd Gen Ryzen" CPUs have landed in our labs. We can’t discuss results yet, but these photos should tide you over until we can talk test results.
PNY's first workstation notebook may be a consumer-oriented Clevo platform, but ours came maxed out with lots of memory and a Quadro GPU. Let's put it to the test.
With its Khan Pro, Roccat promises to elevate the gaming headset market. But in doubling down on the marketing does it go too far in describing this product's real capabilities?
Is ASRock going to start making discrete graphics cards? As is often the case with internet rumors, it's usually a few drops of truth mingling with so much hot air.
Anyone waiting for a big Nvidia news blowout at Game Developers Conference (GDC) or Nvidia's own Graphics Technology Conference (GTC), both coming up later in March, will probably be disappointed.
Now that we know AMD is using thermal paste instead of solder between its Raven Ridge-based dies and heat spreaders, it's time to determine whether we have a reason to complain.