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Poll: What component is standing in the way of your next PC build?
There are no two ways about it right now: it is a dismal time to be a PC builder. Between cryptomining-related shortages of graphics cards...
Poll Question: • What component is standing in the way of your next PC build?
Poll: Are Skylake CPUs tempting you to upgrade?
It's been almost two weeks since Intel's Skylake enthusiast CPUs hit the market. We know how they perform, and we have a good idea...
Poll Question: • Are Skylake CPUs and Z170 motherboards tempting you to upgrade?
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: Do you have a home-theater PC?
With the exception of my desktop, the next most often-used PC in my home sits in the living room. I've had one in there for...
Poll Question: • Do you have a home-theater PC?
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?
|Nvidia's GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card reviewed||26|
|Amazon's latest devices put Alexa anywhere and everywhere||0|
|Punch Day Shortbread||8|
|Intel Optane SSD 905P family gets bigger and bolder||10|
|Twin eagles: building matching Ryzen systems for teens||34|
|Thursday deals: a 16-GB kit of 3000 MT/s RAM for $130 and more||11|
|Attackers abscond with Newegg customers' credit-card info||31|
|GeForce 411.63 drivers bring the letters R, T, and X to you||15|
|Sony PlayStation Classic set to arrive with FF7 and Tekken 3 in tow||47|
|Folks, as has sadly become usual my appetite for testing outran my ability to comment on it all. We're gradually adding to the article but for now the...||+45|