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Poll: What's the best premium upgrade?
When upgrading their PCs, most enthusiasts seem to focus on swapping in faster CPUs and graphics cards. The CPU has the biggest impact on...
Poll Question: • Best premium upgrade:
Poll: The future of pointing input methods
For a long time now, the mouse and touchpad have been the primary computer input devices for pointing and selection. True challengers have been few...
Poll Question: • In 10 years, the dominant computer pointing/selection input method will be:
Poll: How big is your CPU fan?
As CPUs have become more power efficient, the fans used to cool them have grown in size. That might seem counter-intuitive, but it speaks...
Poll Question: • How big is your CPU fan?
Poll: How powerful is your PSU?
The range of PSU wattages available today is truly staggering. At Newegg alone, the scale starts at 145W and goes all the way up...
Poll Question: • What's the wattage rating of your primary desktop's PSU?
Poll: What kind of keyboard do you prefer?
In light of our latest keyboard review, it seems only appropriate to ask: what kinds of keyboards do TR readers favor? We've put up...
Poll Question: • Poll: What kind of keyboard do you prefer?
|Rumor: Mysterious slide lists full Intel Core i9 specifications||6|
|Deals of the week: a ton of mobos, peripherals, and audio gear||0|
|Rosewill Neon peripherals shine upon the world||2|
|HTC readies up the Vive Standalone headset in China||1|
|Intel enjoyed strong growth in nearly all of its businesses in Q2||23|
|AMD's Wraith Max CPU cooler is now available in stores||14|
|Take your Pants for a Walk Day Shortbread||23|
|Toshiba puts 64-layer flash to work in the TR200 SSDs||3|
|Threadripper CPUs sneak into pre-built PC listings||28|
|edit: i'm not funny||+46|