The Tom’s Hardware Best PC Builds Competition is back! There are six different budget categories, ranging from $500, all the way up to $5,000.
Modders at Computex 2019 gave us an inside look at what goes into building a piece of computing art for a global tech trade show.
The Tom’s Hardware Best PC Builds Competition is back! There are five different budget categories, ranging from $500 all the way up to $5,000.
In a world of RGB excess, this understated black and chrome masterpiece lets its performance do the talking.
After much feedback from our forum users, we have decided the time was right to introduce new forum topic categories.
We embraced the rainbow and built a powerful PC with as many RGB components and accessories we could find.
Taiwanese case maker InWin’s latest 928 chassis is a monster designed to house Asus’ 14”x14” ROG Dominus Extreme motherboard.
Lian Li’s been making desk cases for years, but its latest model has a glass top that turns from transparent to opaque with the press of a button.
To find out how powerful and quiet a modern compact PC can be, we dropped an overclocked 2990WX into a mATX case, and liquid-cooled the core components.
Horrific tales from real refurbishers prove there’s much worse that can happen to a computer than spilled coffee.
For this edition of Best PC Builds were asking the Community for their optimal component choices in five different budget categories.
We built and tested two $500 PCs, one based on AMD's Ryzen 5 2400G and one built around an Intel Pentium and Nvidia GTX 1050. Which is the better build?
Up for grabs is the DF500 RGB mid tower gaming case and HCG750 Bronze PSU. The first prize winner will receive the P5 micro-ATX case and the VP550 PLUS Power Supply.