Reversing course, AMD said still make its own reference boards indefinitely.
Asrock Rack just made an M.2 graphics card—just don't expect to run Cyberpunk 2077 on it
Intel’s Gregory Bryant said the chip giant welcomes new competition from AMD and Arm because that means the PC business is thriving.
The outsize demand for Ryzen 5000, RTX-series GPUS, and AMD Raseon 6000 has hit system vendors as hard as it's hit DIY builders. We look into why.
Driven by PC gaming, pandemic upgrading, and likely cryptocurrency miners, GPU units hit a healthy 13.4-percent increase in sales over the previous quarter, Jon Peddie Research said in a report released Tuesday.
Nvidia's Dynamic Boost can offer near double-digit performance gains by making the CPU and GPU get along
Intel claims it can prove Ryzen 4000 CPUs are much, much slower with common tasks on battery.
The Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 9310 gets Intel’s 11th gen Core i7-1165G7 chip, meaning gaming is actually conceivable on this sub-three-pound laptop.
Intel's first NUC laptop brings a slim, stylish design to notebooks that aren't made from the Dells and HPs of the world.
Intel’s ATX12VO power supply standard will help desktop PCs meet increasingly stringent government standards on idle power consumption. We take a closer look.
The Mac vs. PC war erupts again, now that Apple has unveiled MacBooks powered by its new M1 chip. We’ll help you understand the pros and cons of both platforms.
Let's just say this out loud, OK? Apple is full of it.
AMD's Ryzen 5000 isn’t a paper launch, even if you weren't able to buy one. Running out of an extremely popular part isn't the same thing as pretending to launch something before it actually exists.
Apple's move from Intel x86 to ARM chips will probably allow Intel-based Macs about five years of support before they are abandoned. Sounds like a good reason not to buy a Mac.
Apple is about to unveil new MacBooks, and we can't wait to see whether the company finally adds some of the features it's missing compared to Windows laptops.