This week we go extreme pricing on Intel's crazy expensive 10-core Broadwell-E and AMD's crazy cheap RX 480.
You think E3's a console show? Pfah! E3 2016 provided an abundance of riches for PC gamers. Catch up with all the big reveals here.
Here's a look at everything Sony announced at its E3 2016 press conference, from God of War to Resident Evil VII.
Most of Ubisoft's familiar franchises made an appearance at its E3 2016 event, but the big surprise was a virtual reality version of Star Trek.
The second annual PC Gaming Show basked in everything that makes PC gaming special.
After making a big splash with the $200 Radeon RX 480's reveal, AMD's giving us a glimpse of the rest of the Polaris family.
Microsoft brought big tech to E3, with a new Xbox One S console, "Play Anywhere" functionality between Windows 10 and Xbox, and games galore.
After wonderfully successful Doom and Wolfenstein reboots, Bethesda's bringing back the legendary Quake—and that was just the opener for its blockbuster E3 event.
EA kicked off E3 with its first annual EA Play event, and it brought big guns like Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1 along for the action.
After promising to let users tap into 3 and 4-way SLI multi-GPU setups via an "Enthusiast Key," Nvidia now says it'll only support 2-way SLI in games.
After last year's Computex, pundits proclaimed the PC to be dead. This year's proved that it's not just alive and kicking, but innovating like crazy.
After years of stagnation, the PC showed its wild, funky, futuristic side at Computex 2016.
Microsoft is pushing Windows 10 upgrades onto users who didn't ask for it, and it appears to be paying off, at least for Microsoft.
AMD's new Polaris GPU-based Radeon RX graphics cards will start at $200 and ship in June.
PowerColor's Devil Box dock wants to marry desktop graphics cards with portable computers.