Mesh routers may be newer than traditional routers, but they’re not inherently better. We break nodown of the pros and cons of each to help you pick between them.
Deciding between Intel’s new "Alder Lake" hybrid processors and conventional rivals will involve more than looking at standard benchmark results.
If you can’t get your hands on a graphics card (or any other component out of stock or priced sky-high), pretending to is the next best thing.
Unlike taxes, paying full price for Windows isn't inevitable. In fact, depending on your circumstances (and how much effort you're willing to spend), you could pay nothing for it.
The lists of AMD and Intel processors supported by Windows 11 come on the heels of the new operating system's much stricter hardware compatibility.
You can save money on a processor by choosing an older generation chip, but go too far back and it might not be a smart buy after all.
A larger screen, warmer backlight, and faster hardware are just some of the updates in Amazon's fifth-generation Paperwhite, all-new Kids edition, and first-gen Signature edition.
Supply chain issues mean that everything with a chip—and even other popular gifts without processors—could become even harder to find later this year.
The internet says you must use two cables or else for GPUs with more than one PCIe power connector, spurring confusion among new builders.
The fun-sized version of 2018’s O11 Air may strongly resemble its O11 Dynamic cousins, but a few key features make it the better option for most DIY builders.
The Air Mini may look like the Dynamic Mini, but they’re more cousins than siblings. We run through their details to help you choose between the two.