Christmas is over, and it’s time to start buying for yourself again. Consider treating yourself with a gift that’ll keep giving for years to come: upgraded computer components. These are minor upgrades you can install yourself (no repair shop required) and will save you so much time over when writing, shopping, or…
If you play games on PC, you’ve probably at least considered building your own at some point or another. Problem: PCs are towering amalgams of chips, screws, and (ugh) thermal paste. The prospect of assembling one can be daunting. Enter PC Building Simulator.
In case you were feeling somehow short on online content to consume today, here is a video of Tocen clicking a mouse one million times. It took him 17.5 hours to do, and he filmed the whole thing.
Please stick around for the final pan-around of the crowd.
Custom PC builder Deblow’s amazing effort here has no need for desks. It’s so big it is a desk. That’s the PC itself lit up there, sitting under an enormous glass panel.
For years now, Mionix mice have been my primary go-to for both gaming and work. Partly for their specs, sure, but mostly for the things most important to me as someone who spends 10-12 hours a day using a mouse: build quality and ergonomics.
In decades past, this casing may indeed have housed a Nintendo Entertainment System, but these days it’s home to a decent little gaming PC.
It’s taken three years, but that ridiculously expensive PC case we showed you a while back has finally entered production. And no, it hasn’t had a price cut.
The way we play PC games is changing. Between Steam's Big Picture mode and the trend of living room computers, some people are soon going to run into a problem: how the hell do I play PC games on the couch?
Over the last decade, as more and more console titles have found prettier homes on the PC, and more and more indie action games hit the big time, the controller has become just as important as the mouse & keyboard for playing games. But out of the countless options available to PC gamers, which one is the best?
I got not one, but two monitors from LG for review last week. One was a specialised gaming monitor. The other was a lot more fun.
Mionix, makes of fine PC gaming mice, are working on something new. And it falls somewhere between a gaming mouse and...Nintendo's Vitality Sensor.
Here's a motherboard for people who buy internal PC components based on their looks.
It's getting harder and harder to believe there was once a time I made fun of Razer products.
Last year, I reviewed a Roccat keyboard and it wasn't the greatest. Let's see if this year things get any better.
I've been using Mionix mice for years now, because being a regular person, and not a pro gamer, I value ergonomics over performance. But what happens when Mionix get around to making a mouse that feels as good as it works?
Why is this not already a thing?
It's one of those things you've probably never even bothered to think about, so think about it now: just why is a mouse cursor a slanted arrow and not, say, a straight arrow? Or a pointing fish? Or something?
Not being a real review doesn't make it any less helpful.
PC Gamer have gone mad. Building a new rig for reviews and testing, they didn't settle on components that meet today's "recommended" specs. They went for components that meet "Thor's Mighty Mjölnir" standards, and the results are terrifying.