AMD introduced the latest addition to its line of desktop A-Series processors, the A10-7870K "Godavari" APU, a refresh to the existing "Kaveri" line of processors. Find out what's different and the capabilities of this new APU.
HP has just announced a range of new Pavilion devices and also teased their new Envy Phoenix gaming desktop at the YouTube FanFest Singapore 2015. Built with millennials in mind, these devices are affordable and are available in multiple configurations and colors.
Roccat's Tyon is one of the most hardcore gaming mice we've ever seen. With 14 physical buttons, the mouse definitely isn't for casual gamers. Does it hit all the right marks as a hardcore gaming mouse though?
We take a look at the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 960 Windforce 2X OC 2GB, a more value offering from Gigabyte that claims to offer similar performance to pricier alternatives from Gigabyte itself and other manufacturers.
OCZ has refreshed its Vector drive with the new Vector 180. The new drive uses OCZ’s in-house developed Barefoot 3 controller and now features power loss protection. We check out this new drive to see if it’s a worthy alternative to kingpins from Samsung and Crucial.
The ASUS ROG G20 is a gaming machine aimed at gamers who want the power of a desktop in a small form factor. It packs an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 and an Intel Core i7-4790 CPU, proving itself fairly capable of taking on modern games. Not to mention, it looks good too.
If you have lots of wireless devices at home, AC3200 class routers are the way to go, simply because they broadcast three separate networks and offer the most bandwidth. Here we pit two of the largest and most outrageous against each other to find out which is best.
With HP trying to re-enter the lucrative premium gaming notebook market, does the Omen spell doom for its competitors? We spent some time evaluating their gorgeous new Omen gaming notebook and we tell you how it fares along with design details you wouldn't have expected from a gaming notebook.
With Epic recently announcing that their latest gaming engine will be free for all, we take a step back and take a good hard look on whether that's actually a good thing. If it is, for who exactly?
Intel, SanDisk and Samsung are three of the biggest names in the flash business. All three have their own NAND production facilities and two of them even produce their own SSD controller. We pit the respective flagship drives from each brand to see who will emerge victorious.