Is your current gaming rig fainting at the sight of this year’s PC game releases? Fret not: We have plenty of options at a wide range of prices, so you won’t be out of luck.
Dell’s Optiplex 990 SFF manages to squeeze past much of the rest of the Business Desktop category, offering strong general performance at a fair price.
AMD’s Fusion A-Series processors are here, and they're poised to shake up the oft-neglected budget desktops tier.
Contrary to what you might think, speed isn't always the most important thing when you're buying a new computer.
Our savvy trio of hard-to-please gamers patrolled the huge E3 show floor all week. Here’s what they loved—and hated.
Activision's new Call of Duty Elite subscription service wants to insert a bit of Facebook and stat-crunching into your shooting gallery. It's got my vote.
Is PC gaming dead? Three E3 editors tackle the topic--each provides his own perspective. See if you agree.
Curious about the PlayStation Vita? I spent some time playing with it here at E3 -- here’s what we thought.
The Nintendo Wii U offers a clever design, but will gamers bite?
Sony reveals a playable Twisted Metal at E3 2011, proving the classic fender-bending car combat game is back with a vengeance.
Workstations aren’t for everyone. But if you need a powerful PC to work through heavy graphics and 3D tasks, and are willing to pay a bit extra for optimized hardware, the HP Z210 CMT stands out as a business desktop worth considering.
Want to push your PC to the bleeding edge? Make sure it stays cool with your very own do-it-yourself liquid-cooling rig.
With screen sizes ranging between 18 and 21.6 inches, these all-in-ones offer a complete PC package without cramping your desk--or your budget.
A great case and premium components make for an imposing machine, but its timid overclocking prevents the Chimera XLC from leading the Performance PC pack.
We pay tribute to the high-end desktop PC components that look way too cool to end up in a dusty beige box.