There's been some negativity towards new PC gaming hardware as of late, but instead of focusing on the bad, let's see why building a new gaming PC right now could be a good idea, particularly for those in need of a fresh setup.
With power limits of CPUs and graphics cards climbing ever higher, and news reports of chips hitting sky-high temperatures appearing almost weekly, it seems that now is as good a time as any to ask a simple question – just how hot is too hot for today's PC components?
The PC market has changed tremendously in the past few months. New Ryzen, Intel Core CPUs and high-end GPUs, so should you buy the latest and greatest, or settle for more affordable parts? In this PC Buying Guide update we've included four recommended component lists, meant for different budgets and purposes...
Choosing the right case for all your PC hardware is important, but with so many options, how do you know what's best for you? Our round-up of the best cases makes the process much, much easier.
CyberPowerPC shows off PC case with 18 motorized vents that open and close based on internal temperatures
Old-school PC cases are not dead: no matter the budget or size, you can still get a new case with an external drive bay, no tempered glass, and all of the drive bays you need.
If your PC case is several years old, you may feel like you could do with some convenience or utility features that it's missing and it's not a replacement that you want but some useful add-ons.