Seagate brings back the Barracuda Pro with 10TB of storage and 7,200rpm speed.
It's Budget Week for Full Nerd: Alaina, Brad and Gordon discuss the latest low-cost GPUs, and Gordon tried to pinch pennies better than PCPartPicker.
Fenix's RC40 is 50 times brighter than a 4D flashlight and as tough as nails.
Samsung's 4TB 850 EVO offers consumers a viable alternative to hard drives for bulk storage.
Nvidia says you need the SLI HB Bridge to get optimum performance from dual GeForce GTX 1080 GPUs. We want to know what the benchmarks say.
This week we talk about the first reported fatality in a self-driving car, why Black Berry is even still around, and what Microsoft Surface desktop rumors could mean.
It's a power struggle for the age of the web, as we test major browsers in a carefully controlled battery-rundown test. Which one will kill your laptop first? The answer's not as simple as you'd think.
If you still have a permanent scar on your arm from that cheap case and you can reach into a bucket of loose screws and fish out the right one for a PSU by feel, you're ready to take our PC Nerd Quiz: Builder's Edition.
Will Smith explains how a VR talk show works and Brad Chacos explains how a $500 PC can be used for gaming.
It might not be the one gaming tower to rule them all, but with a 10-core CPU, two Nvidia GTX 1080 cards in SLI, and slick custom liquid-cooling, the Aventum 3 is still an impressive display of might.
HP's Spectre 13.3 delivers competitive performance and a respectable keyboard, in spite of its super-svelte body.
The 2013-vintage Mac Pro is looking older and older as new generations of CPU, GPU, and other hardware have advanced beyond it. We imagine what a caught-up Mac Pro would look like.
This week we go extreme pricing on Intel's crazy expensive 10-core Broadwell-E and AMD's crazy cheap RX 480.
The updated Alpha R2 gets Skylake, an M.2 drive, and desktop-class graphics.
Think you know your hardware? Put your big brain to work on this gallery of PC hardware trivia and you just might learn a thing or two.