Nvidia recently gifted laptop gamers with fully functional GeForce 10 series GPUs. Our coverage of the launch and details on Nvidia’s new mobile lineup can be found here, but for those who missed the announcement the big news is that Pascal brings GPUs with near exact specifications to laptops as their desktop…
"You make bad decisions" said a coworker as I pulled the relatively massive Asus ROG G751JY-DH71 gaming laptop out of my backpack during a recent trip to our home office in New York City. I'm not certain I did.
Here's a motherboard for people who buy internal PC components based on their looks.
Building this replica of a Final Fantasy airship woudn't be an easy task, even if it wasn't meant to be a PC case mod. What do you do with all of that space? Well, Richard "8-Bit Builder" Clinton somehow found room for two GTX 660 graphics cards inside and even play around with the case fans, using them as lower…
There's more than meets the eye with Asus' latest Republic of Gamers gaming computer. Click on the "Turbo Gear" overclocking button and watch as this high end PC physically changes, revealing ten crimson fans that help the PC's internal liquid cooling. Say hello to the Tytan.
On March 11, 2011, a massive earthquake and tsunami rocked and ravaged Japan. The world watched in horror as lives were destroyed and lost.
This past week at CES, Nvidia and ASUS teamed up to show off The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim running on ASUS' latest and greatest tablet - the Transformer Prime.
Chipset delays aside, Sandy Bridge has been one of the most anticipated and impressive releases we've seen from Intel in recent years. The first wave of processors have demonstrated superior efficiency as they swept aside considerably more expensive processors of previous generations, while consuming even less power.…
You all helped me figure out what pieces and parts to put into my gaming computer, so it's only fair that you get to help me figure out which game to play first on it.
Computer hardware manufacturer ASUS has teamed up with the makers of Kinect's camera technology, PrimeSense, to bring controller-free, gesture-based gaming to your PC this year, a product it will show off at this week's Consumer Electronics Show.
A few months ago, we reviewed a handful of budget AM3 motherboards and were surprised at the quality offered by sub-$100 products.
To find out the best laptops of 2010, we checked in with Mark Spoonauer who, as editor-in-chief of Laptop Magazine and Laptopmag.com, oversaw 140+ notebook and netbook reviews this year. If you're buying, buy one of these.
This is an "enthusiast" motherboard. The Rampage III Extreme. And by "enthusiast", manufacturers Asus mean "hardcore PC gamers". This would normally be where we all start nodding off, but really, take a look at this thing.
ASUS hears your cries, PC gamers. They know you're not content with keyboard and mouse controls, that you're desperate to get your hands on a faux Wii-remote to control the seven games that support it.
The engineers at ASUS have done it again, unveiling "another world's first" with the Eee Stick, a new controller that "translates users' physical hand motions into corresponding movements onscreen." It's so fresh, so revolutionary, so ahead of its time, that we can't even begin to wrap our heads around it. According…
It is! Look at it. While you sit there and process words, and surf internets, and play games, it just sits there, red light pulsing, whooaaaammmm, whooaaammmm. It knows it was created by man, and does not care. It will rebel. It will rise up, infiltrate our ranks, and rain death upon us all (mostly with its quad-core…