Don't-Miss Component Stories
Gaming rigs don’t have to be big, noisy, power-sucking beasts. We've built one that treads lightly and kills softly.
We built a diminutive PC gaming rig for roughly the same price as an Xbox One. Was it worth it?
Sure, you can rip your PC apart and eyeball troublesome hardware directly - but there's an easier way to find drivers for unknown devices.
SSDs slow down with use, but a secure-erase utility could work wonders for it.
Check socket compatibility. Organize the screws and cables. Install this before that. And read the manuals!
Need more USB ports for your PC? There are tons of hub options out there, but make sure you get this one particular feature.
Building a computer is a great way to get a custom configuration, save some money and have fun. In a how-to video, we'll show you how to build one in less than two minutes.
Arcticsid asked the Answer Line forum to explain overclocking, and why it is, or is not, a good idea
Treat a solid-state drive like its mechanical cousin and you could end up in a world of pain. Here's how to handle these exotic beasts.
If you're not stress testing your new (or newly overclocked) PC hardware, danger may be lurking in its depths. Here's how to push your PC to its limits to ensure its stability.
If you're pushing your PC to its limits, choosing the right cooling option can mean the difference between tearing through benchmarks or crashing and burning.
Here are 10 ways to give your small business an impressive return on your IT investment.
Here's everything you need to know about the electric heart beating at your desktop computer's core.
Choosing the best storage drive for your PC has never been so complicated. We break down the differences between SSDs, good old hard drives, and genre-busting hybrid drives to help you make an informed decision.
32-bit processors and operating systems, in theory, can access up to 4GB of memory. So how come Qasim Zaib's PC, with 4GB installed, only sees 3GB?