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Best PC case 2018: top cases for your desktop computer

If you’re thinking about either buying or building one of the best gaming PCs, you might want to start thinking about picking up one of the best PC cases. Sure, a case isn’t as exciting as the best graphics cards, but all of those shiny and expensive components that you’re about to buy are of pristine quality, so why not ... Read More »

The first AMD Ryzen 7 2700X review reveals ‘brute force’ performance

We’re still waiting for AMD Ryzen 2nd Generation processors to release this coming April, but it seems the first review has already leaked out. A Reddit user posted several images of a forthcoming issue of the CanardPC Hardware magazine containing several reviews on the Ryzen 7 2700X, Ryzen 5 2600X and Ryzen 5 2600. As previously rumored, it seems that ... Read More »

Best PC gaming headset 2018: the best gaming headset for your new rig

As you await the inevitable return of graphics cards back to their stock prices, consider this: the rest of your components and peripherals are ageing, and someday they’ll be as obsolete as an Intel 8080 is today. Truthfully, high-quality sound is underrated, so while you’re out trying to fetch the highest resolutions and framerates, someone else is outdoing you by ... Read More »

The 10 best NAS devices

The best network attached storage devices, or NAS, can be a godsend if you’re looking for a way to optimize your data storage in your home or office. They’re simply the best way to store your essential files. However, you may be wondering which is the best NAS. Luckily, we here at TechRadar have created this extensive list of the ... Read More »

Best mining GPU 2018: the best graphics cards for mining Bitcoin, Ethereum and more

These days, you really can’t go anywhere without hearing about Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency. Bitcoin took off in a huge way in 2017, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to be slowing down anytime soon – the value just keeps climbing. So, it really isn’t surprising that in 2018, everyone is going to want a piece of the action. ... Read More »

Best mining GPU 2018: the best graphics cards for mining Bitcoin, Ethereum and more

These days, you really can’t go anywhere without hearing about Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency. Bitcoin took off in a huge way in 2017, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to be slowing down anytime soon – the value just keeps climbing. So, it really isn’t surprising that in 2018, everyone is going to want a piece of the action. ... Read More »

AMD Ryzen Threadripper release date, news and features: everything you need to know

Back in 2017, AMD released its Ryzen line of CPUs, and they didn’t stop there. Later in August 2017, AMD came out with three impressively overclockable high-end processors – dubbed ‘Threadripper’. However, AMD isn’t stopping with the fastest processor we’ve ever used. If you want unparalleled performance on a budget, there are rumors that there are Threadripper CPUs that’ll release ... Read More »

Nvidia Turing release date, news, and rumors

Will the real next-generation Nvidia graphics card architecture please stand up? Like, seriously. Right now there are three, count them, three competing codenames trying to be Nvidia’s next family of GPUs between Ampere, Volta and Turing. Right now, though we’re putting our money on Turing being the next line of consumer-grade graphics cards to replace the current Pascal-based GeForce GTX ... Read More »

AMD Ryzen Threadripper plans until 2020 revealed in leaks

Although we’ve known that AMD has long-term plans for its Ryzen Threadripper processors, we now have a few more details, thanks to recently leaked slides from a potentially legitimate internal presentation. According to leaked slides obtained by Informatica Cero, AMD supposedly has at least three Ryzen Threadripper families planned for launch up to 2020. The information suggests that Threadripper 2nd ... Read More »

Best hard drives 2018: the top HDD for desktops and laptops

Anyone who has had to deal with their PC running out of space knows about the headache of going through your computer’s storage, trying desperately to save just a few gigabytes of space. If you’re experiencing this debacle right now, there are thankfully several options available to you. You could just buy a new PC, and just pretend that hard ... Read More »

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