Hot off of CES 2019, the PCWorld crew summarizes the big announcements that made it one of the craziest shows in years.
Corsair's Capellix LED technology increases density of LEDS while lowering power consumption.
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said GeForce RTX 2080 'crushes' Radeon VII and that 'FreeSync just doesn't work.'
Nvidia will let GeForce graphics cards tap into FreeSync monitors, but if a display hasn't been certified as G-Sync Compatible, things can go wrong. Here's how.
If you thought Nvidia's new RTX laptop GPUs are going to push prices sky high, you just might be wrong.
Known for its GPUs, power supplies and motherboards, EVGA just introduced a high-end sound card called the Nu Audio.
The MSI GS75 Stealth is a 17-inch gaming laptop that weighs just 5 pounds, yet packs an 8th-gen Core i7 and GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q GPU.
Nvidia revealed laptop RTX GPUs and shocked the world by embracing FreeSync—kind of—during its CES 2019 keynote.
The ROG Mothership GZ700 is such a crazy design, you just have to see it for yourself. There's a new ROG Zephyrus GX701 too.
AMD just announced quad-core Ryzen laptop CPUs with Radeon Vega graphics. And, surprise, you'll see AMD in Chromebooks too.
Can you get a Core i9 in a "thin" laptop? Origin's EVO-17S gaming laptop can.
Acer's big, burly and powerful Predator Helios 500 gaming laptop lets you choose between AMD and Intel/Nvidia configurations. They're both powerhouses, but they excel at different things. Read our review for all the details.
Following a miserable 10nm Cannon Lake launch, Intel signals a strategic shift to focus on six pillars of engineering.
Intel's first major CPU core update in years kicks the chip giant back into high gear. Meet Sunny Cove.
Call it Intel vs. Snapdragon: The battle for the soul of your laptop is being fought in thin, light models like HP's Envy x2. So we tested it with both CPUs to dig deep into the differences.
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