Review: Silent and faster than R9 290X
The PowerColor PCS+ R9 390 provides a great gaming performance at 1440p. It comes with 8GB of GDDR5 memory and quiet custom cooler with three fans and a backplate.
Preview: Great performance and silent cooler
The reference GTX 980 Ti gets quite close to the Titan X, which is priced at $999, and the EVGA GTX 980 Ti ACX 2.0+, priced at $680, outperforms the Titan X in most scenarios.
Review: Playing smoother than ever
Today we will be taking a look at AMD FreeSync and Acer’s XG270HU monitor.
Review: Ambient noise all the time
Bone conduction headphones will not replace your classic headphones in terms of sound quality, but the new technology has at least two advantages.
Review: One of the fastest flash drives around.
Toshiba’s TransMemory EX II USB drive provides a lot of storage with fast access times. We tested the 128GB model, rated at 205 MB/s write and 222 MB/s read.
Preview: Featuring 4GB memory and backplate
Nvidia launched GTX 960 series back in January, making it the first mainstream graphics card based on the company's new Maxwell architecture. Until now, all GTX 960 graphics card were equipped with 2GB memory.
Coming in November with Steam OS, GTX 970M and M.2 SSD drive
Valve showed off 13 different Steam Machine from various manufacturers at its CES 2014 Press Conference, but as we know now, after a long wait it emerged that the devices would be delayed.
Review: Very compact PC with good GPU performance
Zotac has been in the mini-PC space for years now, and it has managed to carve out a nice niche for itself. The EN760 can replace an ITX or mATX system in many scenarios.
Review: Silence all the time and decent gaming performance
Gigabyte’s GTX 960 G1 Gaming is one of the best, if not the best GTX 960 graphics card on the market, although it does not shine in terms of value.
Intel-based mini-PC runs Windows 8.1 or Android
MINIX showed the MINIX NEP Z64 back in September, but the new device was not available until today. MINIX is well known for its Android small form factor PCs such as the Minix Neo X8 H, however, the NEO Z64 is different because it is based on Intel’s Android Bay Trail 22nm silicon.