I’ve never been keen on the idea of abandoning my tower case for a system with all the gaming guts piggy-backing a monitor, but when the monitor in question is a 34 inch curved ultra HD affair and the guts are full-sized and water-cooled I start feeling a bit swayed.
What looks like a Venator-class Star Destroyer replica at first is in fact an incredibly well-made case for a gaming PC.
The second generation of Digital Storm's super-slim Bolt system has a clear advantage in the gaming PC's leisurely march towards the living room: tiny little feet.
The average PC gamer won't be able to afford to put together a 4K Ultra HD capable system for at least another couple of years. For the non-average PC gamer looking to spend upwards of $10,000 on a complete Ultra HD system, there's the Maingear Rush Vesuvius Edition — a showcase for AMD's water-cooled Radeon R9 295X2.
This one's for all the LAN party devotees out there.
This is not a gaming PC. This is a handcrafted work of art.
The Razer Edge is a gaming PC stuffed into a tablet, but how much of a gaming PC? Enough to play Crysis 3, which seems like plenty.
Last March boutique PC maker Digital Storm unveiled the Aventum, a powerful gaming PC with a custom-engineered cooling system. They called it the "world's most advanced PC", and models started at nearly $4,000. Now Digital Storm is readying the Aventum II, featuring a copper tube liquid cooling solution and an even…
Today's Speak Up on Kotaku comes from commenter JuiceandSpoons, who'd like to build his own PC but needs a little help figuring out the guts to make it go. It's the Kotaku community to the rescue!
While plenty of folks have a beef with EA's Origin, one Florida-based builder of custom gaming PCs has a particularly unique problem with the digital delivery service: People keep mistaking them for it.
Why are custom gaming rigs so expensive? There's no such thing as a bulk discount when a company has to order each part individually. For players not picky about parts, Digital Storm's new line of affordable pre-built gaming PCs might be the answer to pricey PC gaming.
At BlizzCon 2010, high-end gaming PC builder Digital Storm showed us a pair of machines powerful and attractive enough to make any PC gamer's heart sing...and their wallet cry for mercy.
Origin PC introduces The Big O, a gaming PC with all the bells and whistles, including a liquid-cooled Xbox 360 Slim built right in, and it can be yours today for the price of a small used car.
Nearly a million users have signed up for Stardock's Impulse digital download program, and they're celebrating by giving out a $4,000 gaming PC to some fresh off the internet newcomer.
Need a state of the art gaming PC? Got $3,000 to $8,000? No? Then you probably don't want to head over to www.BFGSYSTEMS.com, where the BFG's new Phobos systems have just gone on sale.