The Acer Predator Orion 9000 pairs an Intel Core i9 CPU with up to four AMD Radeon Vega GPUs or two Nvidia 1080Tis in SLI.
AMD's most powerful processor ever, the extravagantly named Threadripper 1950X, has finally been tested.
Ever wanted to ask one of the big hardware or software giants something directly? How did you design that? Where did that feature come from? Well, now you have the chance with Razer!
Zotac had plenty of new wares on display at its booth at Computex, including new Zbox-branded mini PCs, a pocket-sized PC, and a new line of desktop systems.
The Asus G11DF is the company's first AMD Ryzen-powered gaming desktop, featuring an inviting $699 starting price and support for up to an Nvidia GTX 1080.
Intel's Core i9 and X-Series CPUs are the company's pinnacle of performance, ready for gamers, creators and anyone else who needs incredible amounts of power.
With Computex quickly approaching, MSI has revealed several new products for 2018, including a new gaming desktop PC called the “Infinite Series.”
From its compelling story to its long-awaited PC version, here's why we can't wait to play Destiny 2.
Corsair is making its own pre-assembled desktop gaming PC, but most of the details about it are still under wraps.
CyberPower's latest PC stands to give you a solid VR experience for an affordable price. That is, as long as you're willing to buy an Oculus Rift at the same time.
iBuyPower's Snowblind PC features a translucent LCD screen built right into its side panel, which can display videos, widgets and whatever other content you'd like to put on it.
New Linksys gaming router automatically detects Killer networking adapters on PCs, optimizes performance accordingly.
For three figures and not a ton of space, you can have the VivoPC X, a VR-ready desktop computer, in your home.
The Asus GT51CH has been upgraded with Kaby Lake power and features a stunningly huge chassis with customization lighting.
It sounds like you won't need a very powerful machine to use the Windows 10 headsets Microsoft is developing with several different hardware partners.
The new Alienware 13 makes portable PC-powered virtual reality a reality, and we have the full review.
Maingear teamed up with Coca Cola to make a high-powered, one-of-a-kind gaming PC that looks like it's filled with soda.
Asus teamed up with SecretLabs to create a Republic of Gamers-themed chair for its tenth anniversary.
Microsoft released the first-ever 4K footage of Gears of War 4, as well as the system requirements for those looking to play the game in glorious ultra-HD.
Lenovo's new Y710 Cube and IdeaCentre AIO Y910 pack VR-ready gaming performance into some slick-looking, space-saving designs.
The Razer Naga Hex V2 sports a creative thumb-button grid and plenty of customizability, making it a strong choice for MOBA players.
If you play Hearthstone, be aware that third-party add-on software may be little more than a shell for dangerous malware.
Intel has taken the wraps off its 6th-generation Core processor family, code-named Skylake. Here's why the latest chips should grab your interest if you're clinging to aging hardware.
Intel had a busy Computex 2015, unveiling 10 new performance-oriented CPUs, demonstrating prototypes based on its next-gen Skylake platform and showing a button-sized computer.
HP is launching three new towers PCs targeting gamers, heavy productivity users and the budget-conscious.