PC Gaming Week 2019 The Overclockers UK 8Pack Orion X2 is a dual-system machine that costs a whopping $40,000. Can it possibly be worth it?
Dell's latest is a sturdy machine with good internals, but it's let down by its ergonomics and screen.
New Intel and Nvidia hardware delivers great performance in a tiny case – although the price is a little high.
The HP Omen X 35 is an ultra-wide monitor with a high resolution and Nvidia G-Sync technology. Oh, and a rather high price.
Asus’ latest deploys desktop components like AMD Ryzen CPUs for ample power, but it’s heavy, loud and unbalanced elsewhere.
Updated The Dell Precision 5520 tries to balance workstation power with classy, consumer-friendly design.
The Asus ROG G703 is one of the fastest gaming laptops around, and it’s got quality elsewhere – but it’s thick, heavy and expensive too
The HP Envy 15 x360 looks good and has a decent CPU, but it's a mediocre laptop and unwieldy as a tablet.
Buying Guide We unveil the best PCs for getting the most out of one of the world’s most popular shooters.
Buying Guide Laptop feeling a little hot or making too much noise? A new cooler might be the best option – and we’ve rustled up five of the finest around.
Barnstorming components in every category link up with great build quality and excellent performance.
Scan's latest system churns through games with the new AMD Radeon RX 480, and it's got an overclocked processor too.
Updated Upgrading your RAM isn't always about getting the biggest and fastest memory kit. So how much do you actually need?
Palicomp's latest PC uses two GPUs to unleash benchmark-breaking power - and it looks good while doing it, too.
This mini-ITX gaming PC is a high-end monster with incredible design. It costs, though, so be prepared to empty your wallet.
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