The TechSpot PC Buying Guide offers a comprehensive analysis of today's best desktop PC hardware spanning five well differentiated budgets. Starting at ~$400 for an affordable PC, followed by two well-balanced enthusiast-oriented machines, a premium high-end build, and finally a dream machine packing the baddest hardware available, period.
#ThrowbackThursday With the venerable GeForce GTX 980 having celebrated its third birthday, in the world of GPUs that puts it squarely over the hill. Even the GTX 1080 is over a year old already, however the performance bump in this last generation was very significant. From the GTX 480 to the GTX 1080, how much faster are today's GPUs?
It's that time of year again when we take another look at the best PC games you should be playing. Some exciting new titles are arriving over the coming weeks and months, including Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, Far Cry 5, and Metro: Exodus, but there are plenty of excellent options to keep you going until they arrive.
Today we're checking out the most affordable six-core processor ever released, and this time it's not from AMD. The Core i5-8400 is more affordable than the $215 Ryzen 5 1600, though it can't be overclocked and lacks HyperThreading, but it should nonetheless be ample for gamers and may even be the new go-to solution for budget builders.
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is now available: A collection of many small and medium-sized improvements
One of these old Core i7 power plants will get a much deserved upgrade, tell us which should win. We've also got a reader getting a new AOC gaming monitor for voting and commenting. Watch the new episode here.
A long time ago, desktop PCs used to have a Turbo button alongside Power and Reset.
Apple has released a new version of iOS 11 that fixes audio and haptic feedback problems that some iPhone 7 users have been experiencing. Additionally an issue where the touch input becomes unresponsive on iPhone 6s displays.