Of course, our seal of approval doesn't guarantee perfection. A product didn't have to be flawless to be one of the Best of 2004, it just had to be better than the competition. We're picky here at TR, so while we're gushing over our favorites, expect to see a few flaws highlighted.
Read on as we hand out awards for processors, chipsets, graphics cards, motherboards, sound cards, and more.
|Geil lights up its Evo X ROG-certified RAM||3|
|Google Compute Engine is now powered in part by Pascal||7|
|EVGA slaps 12 GT/s memory on the GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 Elite||13|
|G.Skill unleashes AMD-ready Trident Z RGB kits up to 3200 MT/s||12|
|Asus' ZenFone 4 Pro offers high-end photography and networking||19|
|Radeon 17.9.2 drivers put the pedal to the metal for Project Cars 2||4|
|ROG Strix X299-XE Gaming motherboard is rather groovy||4|
|Miniature Golf Day Shortbread||18|
|GeForce 385.69 drivers are Game Ready for a ton of titles||2|