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Poll: Where do you most want a high-DPI display?
High-DPI screens are all the rage these days. Apple deserves credit for starting the trend with the Retina display on the iPhone 4, and...
Poll Question: • I most want a high-DPI display on my:
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: What kind of panel lives inside your LCD monitor?
Thanks to the rise of TN panels, LCD monitors have become incredibly cheap. However, some of us are still willing to pay a premium...
Poll Question: • My primary LCD's panel type is:
Poll: How many displays are hooked up to your main PC?
In the wake of our detailed look at AMD's Eyefinity multi-display technology, we're wondering just how many of our readers use more than one...
Poll Question: • How many displays are hooked up to your main PC?
The TR Hardware Survey: What's in your main PC?
We're unveiling a new feature today, the TR Hardware Survey. As its name suggests, this feature's goal is to give both us and you, the...
Poll Questions: • Processor • Graphics processor • How much did your graphics card cost at the time of purchase? • Chipset • Motherboard brand • Memory size • Total internal hard drive storage capacity • Primary optical drive type • Sound card • Number of displays • Main display type • Main display size • Main display aspect ratio • Main display resolution • Primary operating system
|Intel fills out its roster of ninth-generation desktop and mobile Core CPUs||14|
|Take a Chance Day Shortbread||16|
|GeForce GTX 1650 launches at $149, exactly as predicted||17|
|Bargain basement: $180 for 32 GB of super-fast RAM, a $680 Threadripper 2950X, and more||8|
|Don't skimp on the power supply: a 20 kW solar installation reviewed, part one||135|
|Bargain basement: [insert best deals here]||50|
|Columnist Day Shortbread||67|
|Rumor: VideoCardz leaks specifications for 75W GeForce GTX 1650||33|
|Report: Wired reveals the first details about the next PlayStation||113|
|All very true... Similarly I would advise people to never have kids and never fall in love. So much can go terribly wrong.||+22|