Are AmazonBasics surge protectors any good? Let’s find out by having an inside-out look at the ABHT1208TC.
At around $250, SteelSeries' Siberia 800 wireless gaming headset is certainly not an affordable entry-level solution. It's top-end. But is the hardware built to match?
Owners of SODIMM-equipped Mini-ITX boards and desktop-based luggable notebooks want performance. G.Skill delivers the speed in its DDR4-3800, but is it really that must faster than standard DDR4-2400?
Today, we’re looking at another 25” 240Hz gaming monitor: ViewSonic’s XG2530. It’s a FHD TN panel with FreeSync and a huge OSD offering everything you could possibly want.
Project CARS 2 launched worldwide last September, and is based on the same in-house Madness Engine as the original Project CARS. How does it run? We run a comprehensive suite of tests across a range of hardware in today's deep-dive.
Today we take an early look at a DRAM-less SSD that is faster than nearly all other SSDs shipping today. Yes, DRAM-less!
What type of storage is best for laptop battery life? Should I get a hard disk or solid state drive? For SSDs, NVMe or SATA? Let’s find out!
We put Roccat's Renga gaming headset through its paces in our German test lab. Like many medium-priced units, it has its good qualities and its compromises.
Intel's Core i3-8100 comes with four cores at a low price point. But can it fend off AMD's multiplier-unlocked Ryzen competition?
The TPG-1200F1FAP is based on a semi-digital platform that offers high performance and quiet operation. With a $220 street price, this unit achieves a value score that captures our attention.
EVGA, known for graphics cards and power supplies, has also entered the closed-loop liquid cooling market (for GPUs and CPUs). Its 240mm system finds its way to our test bench.