The PCWorld crew talk Threadripper performance, dish Core i9 specs and wonder if Intel will eclipse AMD?
AMD's Ryzen Threadripper 1950X smashes its rivals in performance and cost. But who really needs this monster? Find out in our review.
We unbox AMD's 16-core Threadripper CPU and install it in an X399 motherboard.
Intel's upcoming Coffee Lake CPUs apparently won't work with existing stocks of motherboards, a manufacturer confirmed on Wednesday. With AMD on the resurgence, this move couldn't come at a worse possible time.
Here's what we'd tell our non-nerdy friends if they asked which budget laptop computers are really the best deals on Amazon and Best Buy.
With up to 16 cores on tap, AMD's Ryzen-based Threadripper just might be the fastest consumer CPU ever sold.
AMD's Radeon RX Vega 64 graphics card will offer ultra-wide and 4K gaming capability for as little as $499, while RX Vega 56 is set to battle GeForce GTX 1070.
Even Intel's 8-core chip isn't safe as AMD drops an 8-core Threadripper priced at $550.
When famed overclocker der8baurer "delidded" AMD's highly anticipated Ryzen Threadripper, he found what appeared to be four 8-core dies used to make the 16-core CPU. Here's what's behind that mystery.
The Asus ROG Zephyrus GX501 gives you a GTX 1080 Max-Q GPU in an incredibly thin and light package. There's just one big compromise.
An inadvertent slip of a key Core i9-7920X spec suggests that Intel's next CPU could cede ground to AMD.
Whether you're looking for speed, capacity, portability, or all of the above, a USB external hard disk or SSD is a necessary complement to your desktop PC setup.
Gigabyte's Aero 15 is almost the perfect combination of performance, weight, and battery life.
Our top picks feature the best tech advances in portable PCs, from new CPUs and GPUs to new materials, and include laptops from HP, Dell, and Apple.
Akitio's Node Cabinet gives laptops the power of an external GPU without breaking the bank.
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