Don't-Miss Component Stories
Nvidia announces new GPUs that'll appear in notebooks soon -- and offer twice the power of last-gen GPUs. Is it too good to be true?
By combining a Wi-Fi router and powerline equipment, you pair the convenience and mobility of wireless with a dependable way to stream video or save files to a network drive. Our tests reveal the best of both kinds of gear.
The ViewSonic VX2433wm is a widescreen, 24-inch LCD monitor made with multimedia in mind. With its HDMI input, fast 2ms pixel response time, built-in speakers...
HP's LP2475w is a feature-packed 24-inch widescreen LCD that looks great, too. This moderately priced display hits all the right buttons.
The Samsung SyncMaster 245T is a 24-inch LCD with multiple inputs and a flexible design. And though washed out at default settings, a little tweaking helped the...
The Falcon NorthWest Mach V and Hardcore Computer's Reactor are two of the fastest and most interesting overclocked gaming desktops we've ever seen at PC World.
By combining Intel's Atom processor and nVidia's GPU, the Ion platform can bring decent gaming and video performance to typically underpowered netbooks.
This pricey new reference board for graphics cards delivers on speed as promised, but also stumbles in a couple of games due to early driver issues.
The Dell XPS 625 is a strong Phenom II-based desktop PC, but if you're willing to spend an extra hundred bucks or so, you can get even more for your money.
Maingear's Dash minitower desktop PC packs an overclocked Phenom II CPU and provides excellent graphics performance.