Episode 10 concludes the first season on Upgrade My PC Please!, but we've got a few more winners incoming. Also, in this last round of comments please send in your suggestions of what you'd like to see improved in Season 2 (coming early next year) and what can make it better and more interesting to you.
One of these old Core i7 power plants will get a much deserved upgrade, tell us which should win. We've also got a reader getting a new AOC gaming monitor for voting and commenting. Watch the new episode here.
You all agreed those APU-based machines were not up to the task anymore and voted Vince’s 'PotatoSama' as last week's winner. Now some Core 2 Quads are up, and you have to tell us which is the most deserving for a free upgrade. Also, we've got reader winners from Brazil and Chile. Watch the new episode here.
On the last episode we had 5 AMD FX-based PCs and you voted Gabriel’s ‘Deathstar’ the most worthy of receiving the upgrades. So we have our first US winner in the series. Plus, another lucky reader gets a free Ryzen 5 1500X. Now, watch the new episode.
Akki's "a-cart-ski" gets a nifty upgrade, and one lucky reader gets a free Ryzen 5 1500X
Brayden's 'Oldy McOld' gets his prize and a new lucky reader gets a free Ryzen 5 1600 CPU!
Giveaway time: 10 episodes, 10 chances to win
To test and visualize how storage performance impacts the user experience in real world scenarios we recorded how quickly our Core i7-6700K test system completes various tasks using Samsung’s new 960 Evo 500GB SSD, then compared against the value-minded Crucial MX300 and the WD Red Pro 4TB mechanical hard drive.