The Force is strong with this one.
Is Croteam's latest shooter a Serious contender, or simply more of the Sam?
Sound that you can feel?
DXR driver plus three RTX demos - download links inside!
GTX 1060 6GB and above.
We take the newly announced Ultrabook for a spin - now featuring Nvidia MX150 graphics!
Joins AMD in the doldrums.
We delve into ‘the biggest architectural leap forward in over a decade’ - Tensor Cores, RT Cores, RTX-OPS, GDDR6, and more!
With a Core i7-8750H, GTX 1060, and 144Hz 1080p screen, this 2kg laptop is looking to impress.
Roughly GTX 1080 Ti level and 4K-capable.
Tegra 2X at its heart, too.
Packing a six-core Intel CPU, GTX 1060, RGB keyboard, and 1.5TB of storage, the 15.6" £1,300 Recoil II means business.
With a mirrored 570X, 5GHz 8700K, and a plethora of RGB hardware, the Narcissus is a real showstopper.
£1,500 for a Ryzen 7 2700X and GTX 1080? Not bad at all!
We take NZXT's latest hardware for an RGB-tastic system build, and we think the results are rather lovely.
Quad-core Ryzen and GTX 1060 3GB in a dinky chassis - ultimate small form factor or a poor choice?
MSI seeks to take on the Asus Strix with this three-fan monster that sports an RGB-illuminated backplate.
Star Wars fans, rejoice! And blow £1,149.
Inno3D looks to balance features and price with this version of Nvidia's latest GPU.
This premium GTX 1070 Ti comes in at £500, but without a factory overclock, is this simply too much?
Nvidia fills in the £420 price point and looks to take on RX Vega 56.
£1,000 your budget for a full system? PC Specialist has a Z370-based, GTX 1060-touting rig that may be of interest.
Available to order now for £419; reviews next week.
This prebuilt system has a 4.8GHz Core i7-8700K and a GTX 1070 for £1,700.
This £2,400 system means business with its 4.8GHz Core i7-8700K, GTX 1080 Ti, and 500GB NVMe SSD.
Will this £3,000 X299 system wow us or leave us wanting more?
October 15 2020 | 14:00
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