The Ryzen 7 7700X is arguably the most interesting Zen 4 CPU for PC gaming: it's an 8-core, 16-thread chip using a single CCD, which should mean it's going to deliver the best performance.
Zeroes and ones were promised to be the future, a digital media has taken over, but in some situations customers are returning to analog experiences in search of something more tangible.
The Ryzen 9 7950X is the new performance king and the jack of all trades, apart from maybe power consumption and pricing, of course. The Zen 4 flagship can do everything exceptionally well.
We've got to admit that when we purchased these cheap 8GB DDR5-4800 memory sticks, we did so expecting them to be pretty bad and much slower than our DDR4-3200 memory in most instances. But, surprise...
Building sustainable computing systems is not only the conscientious thing to do, but curbing carbon emissions may result in a seismic shift in how we develop the hardware of the future.
Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold 4 is now available, but instead of doing a traditional phone review, we'll be looking at its pros and cons in terms of the device itself and using a foldable for the first time.
Today we're dusting off our old Radeon Vega 64 to compare against its old rival, the GeForce GTX 1080. Here's what's going to be our last big revisit to the Radeon Vega GPU on a 51 game benchmark.
DisplayPort and HDMI: In this article we'll point out the differences between the two interfaces, how the choice of monitor fits into this, and why GPU vendors seem to prefer DisplayPort over HDMI.
In the lead up to next-gen GPUs and current graphics card pricing discussion, there are still a few horrible deals, a few decent buys, and some news to talk about in our latest GPU pricing update.
Spider-Man Remastered has arrived to PC with unlocked frame rates, FSR 2.0 and DLSS upscaling, ray-traced reflections, and ultra-wide monitor support. Let's now take a look at GPU performance.
Can today's value king, the Radeon RX 6600, hold a candle to 2016's flagship GeForce GPU, the GTX 1080? Let's find out how these two GPUs match up by testing them in 51 games and get our answer.
Here's another look at the Intel Arc 3 A380 GPU, but this time on a 51 game benchmark against AMD's $150 Radeon RX 6400. This will show us how the Arc A380 performs across a wide range of titles.