Gaming rigs don’t have to be big, noisy, power-sucking beasts. We've built one that treads lightly and kills softly.
The numbers say it all: While today’s CPUs have strong integrated graphics, nearly every PC user would benefit from a GPU upgrade.
You can rebuild it. You have the technology. And if it's acting tired, you have little to lose.
We took a mainstream PC and individually upgraded it's processor, graphics card, memory, and storage. Find out which ones busted our benchmarks.
That new machine isn't truly ready for business until you complete these steps.
We built a diminutive PC gaming rig for roughly the same price as an Xbox One. Was it worth it?
What's it gonna take? These free backup tools are a good start.
Sure, you can rip your PC apart and eyeball troublesome hardware directly - but there's an easier way to find drivers for unknown devices.
Using the right tools can mean the difference between a satisfyingly successful project and a regrettable disaster.
Third-party devices can add smart features to an existing set, and some of them are quite cheap.
Forget about Intel; this powerful PC build packs AMD hardware under the hood.
A little TLC can breathe new life into your aging graphics card.
A new OS calls for new hardware, at an affordable price.
The Surface RT might seem limited, but smart use of its connectivity and apps can make it an able sidekick for your computing needs.
Reap some amazing performance improvements from your hot new Haswell processor for free.
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