Most of the elite SDHC memory cards we've reviewed are “Class 6” rated, a label that promises high performance. However, we found significant performance differences among them.
We’ve built, overclocked, and tested our $625, $1,250, and $2,500 performance machines. How will these three systems compare in overall performance and value?
Welcome to part four of our Holiday Gift Guide coverage. This time around, the Tom's Hardware staff picks its favorite components for your wish list rounding out 2008.
Welcome to the first installment in our six-part Tom's Holiday Buyer's Guide. In Part 1, two beautiful models help showcase some of our favorite no-hassle hardware gifts for 2008.
Having found a number of SSDs that don’t deliver on their efficiency promises, we decided to put 14 different drives to the test. Here is the latest roundup - dominated by a single product.
Its almost time to go back to school. Don't despair; we've selected the best gear to help you both study hard and stay busy. Next up: Gear for Play.
You might think that it is hard to go wrong when selecting a case for your PC. Think again, as our tests of four new designs prove that not all cases are created equal.
Intel's Skulltrail platform sports 8 cores running at 4 GHz each and uses a quad-core memory interface. Developed out of fear of AMD's Phenom, Intel's fastest hardware meets underdeveloped software.