In this episode of The Full Nerd, we discuss Intel's new 45W Tiger Lake H processors, Ryzen 5000U performance while on battery power, and Nvidia's official RTX 3050 Ti reveal.
Intel promised 80 new laptop designs featuring its new 6- and 8-core 10nm processors. Here are all the models revealed so far.
Do Intel’s newest laptop processors put the company back in the lead? Here’s how Tiger Lake H matches up against AMD’s own set of H-class Ryzen 5000 mobile chips.
Not only do graphics cards make dramatic leaps in technology, a wider array of manufacturers and models exist. But that’s not the case for sound cards.
Whether you’re curious about AMD’s desktop or laptop line of processors, we’ve collected all our articles on these fantastic CPUs in one place for you.
A frugal relative might take your cast-off computer as-is. But if you care, you want them to have the best possible experience, right?
Prebuilt gaming PCs from a big vendor used to mean fixed, uninspired hardware. But you’ll see, today’s versions pack in fancy hardware that can be easily upgraded—and more easily afforded.
The saga behind the NZXT H1 can make it hard to keep faith in the company. But should you abandon all of its products?
You can save hundreds on an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription with this method. And if your timing is lucky, you'll pay even less to pull it off!
The gang discusses Apple's M1 iMac and iPad, the mysterious AMD 4700S CPU, and EVGA's Elite club.
Building a PC sometimes goes flawlessly, but other times you end up getting tripped up by an issue. Here’s how to unsnarl a few messes that most people experience.
Those laptops, smartphones, tablets, and other devices lying around your house could be worth some cash. Here’s how to get that money into your wallet.
A true console PC build should be possible in theory, so why doesn’t it exist?
The Phanteks Eclipse P200A targets fans of compact builds with its shrunk-down take on the company’s affordable mid-tower cases.
Our favorite password manager does a good job at working for you instead of the other way around—and now it’s even more affordable.
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