2020 is shaping up to be a momentous year for the PC, and you could see it shaping up at CES 2020. Here's the gear PC enthusiasts need to know about.
Intel showed off its first discrete graphics chip at CES 2020, with DG1 playing Destiny 2 on a Tiger Lake reference laptop.
Origin PC's 'Big O' revival blends console with PC, leveraging synergies from its recent Corsair acquisition.
In a small roundtable with press at CES, AMD CEO Lisa Su gave glimpses into what's next for Radeon GPUs in 2020.
On paper, the Nixeus NX-EDG274K looks like one of the best FreeSync monitors around, using Display Stream Compression to drive a 4K, 144Hz panel over a single cable.
The Asus ROG G14 is the first 14-inch laptop to pack an Nvidia RTX GPU, the GeForce RTX 2060 Max-Q.
The Radeon RX 5600 XT puts a spin on the Radeon RX 5700's core design to take on Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1660 lineup.
The original G-Sync Ultimate displays were the Holy Grail of gaming monitors. Nvidia's new 1400-nit models are just plain ludicrous.
Nvidia's 360Hz G-Sync Esports displays are built for games where every millisecond matters.
The Lenovo Legion Y740S gaming laptop slims down and gains greater endurance by skipping internal graphics. It's intended to be paired with the Legion BoostStation, Lenovo's first external graphics dock.
Mere days before AMD's CES 2020 keynote, a staged product page on XFX's website has revealed full details of the unannounced Radeon RX 5600 XT.
A deep-dive inside Intel's secretive overclocking labs reveal the hardware that the company's own engineers use to push their processors to the max.
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