AMD continues to ramp up the pressure on Intel and the Ryzen 9 5950X is but another nail on the company's bat. It's super-fast, comes rocking 32 threads, and is incredibly energy-efficient. It's a win, win, win if you can take advantage of all the available performance.
Samsung's first new SSD of 2021 is the 870 EVO, a successor to the 860 EVO launched a couple of years ago. As we're at the limits of what SATA can do, you're not going to be blown away by the raw speed, but if you're building a PC you could do a lot worse than pack it out with these as your mass storage.
Hitman 3 is the thrilling conclusion to the World of Assassination trilogy and builds upon the previous Hitman releases to perfection. The game features some excellent missions, but unfortunately, is an uneven package, and feels incomplete without the previous entries in the series.
Years after being delisted on digital storefronts, Scott Pilgrim is back to take on the League of Evil Exes. After all these years, the game's presentation and soundtrack still hold up, but the same can't be said for the rest of the game.
Biostar makes some compelling motherboards, especially if you're looking for the best value, but the Racing Z490GTN just doesn't offer that. This review will show you all of its quirks and features and at the end, we give it a Rich score.
If you like everything about Surface Pro X but wish it were more like a laptop, the new Brydge SPX+ Bluetooth keyboard is your answer. Priced at $160, it's not cheap, but it holds up to its promise. Bluetooth 5.0, an innovative design, and the world's-first wireless Microsoft Precision Touchpad all make a difference. Read on for our full review.
HP's new Omen 30L gaming tower ranges from entry-level up to full Core i9 with an RTX 3080 graphics card and 64GB of RAM. With a sleek, modern design, the ability to overclock the CPU, and one button to open the tempered glass door, there's a lot to like with this 4K gaming rig for the masses.
HP's EliteBook ex360 1040 G7 continues to get smaller, thinner, and lighter with some cool new tools like a Time-of-Flight (TOS) sensor. This premium 14-inch Ultrabook has an excellent design, but some minor things hold it back from greatness.
Razer breaks out from its gaming roots with Book 13, a premium 13-inch Ultrabook that is fast, good looking, and has all the right features. While you pay handsomely for the experience, this is also one of the best laptops ever made.
Roccat makes some compelling gaming peripherals and the Vulcan Pro is a brilliant mechanical keyboard. How can you make an already solid keyboard better? Making it tenkeyless, of course! Here's our review of the Roccat Vulcan Pro TKL.
The Coalition packs some surprises into Gears 5: Hivebusters, a DLC expansion adding a new three-hour campaign to Gears 5. This story follows Scorpio Squad as they try to figure out how to destroy Swarm hives. Here's our review.
World of Warcraft: Shadowlands has some of the richest endgame content out-of-the-box in a long time. Time-gating mechanics stagger the fun, but there's simply so much to do that they're almost welcomed. Blizzard has proven once again why this 17-year old behemoth remains so popular.
DiRT 5 is one of the very first Xbox Series X optimized games and this fun-filled racer has both 4K60 and 120Hz modes to showcase Microsoft's newest console in its best light. And the Playgrounds mode is insane.
The Seagate Expansion Card for Xbox Series X and Series S is the only way to expand your console storage for newly optimized games, and based on the file sizes today, you're probably wanting one. Whether you can justify it only you can decide, but it's at least a quality investment if you do.