MSI announced ten new motherboards based on Intel’s 200-series chipsets that are targeted at gamers.
Intel’s Kaby Lake processors are nearly here, and Asrock announced a dozen new motherboards based on Intel’s 200-series chipsets to support the new CPUs.
Gigabyte announced six new Z270 motherboards as part of its Aorus product line. These boards are targeted at gamers, and all of them feature RGB LED lighting and swappable LED overlays.
Acer announced three new Predator displays that boast extraordinarily high refresh rates of 200Hz or higher. They also feature support for G-Sync to improve your gaming experience.
Silverstone announced its RL06 ATX case, which is built primarily of steel. It also has a plastic transparent side-window.
Christmas has come a little early for gamers this year, as Microsoft, Sony, and Steam are now offering large discounts on games.
We list all motherboards based on Intel's H110 chipset. These boards may not be feature rich, but they still offer a basic platform for Skylake processors.
Z170 is the most feature-rich consumer chipset on the LGA 1151 platform. Here's a list of ITX, ATX and EATX motherboards available now.
Qualcomm and Samsung announced that the two companies have collaborated to create the new Snapdragon 835 SoC on Samsung’s 10nm FinFET process.
Looking to build a Skylake system on a budget? Motherboards based on the new H170 chipset are for you. Here's a list of what's available.
Intel's business-oriented B150 chipset is still a viable solution for low-cost enthusiast builds. Here’s a list of available Mini-ITX, MicroATX, and ATX B150 motherboards.
After a slow climb to the top, Microsoft has come to dominate the desktop operating system market with its Windows OS. We look over how Windows has evolved from its humble beginnings as MS-DOS.
Nintendo released its NES Classic Edition console today in North America, but it is unlikely you will be able to buy the system any time soon.
Facebook released its Gameroom software, which will essentially move games off Facebook and onto a semi-independent platform to improve performance and encourage game development.
Nintendo defined the Nintendo Switch and announced a major press event to prepare for the console's launch in 2017.
Nintendo finally revealed the hybrid game console previously known as the NX with a new trailer that shows off its design, planned games, and official name: Nintendo Switch.