Folding At Home Charity Event And 'Tyranny' Giveaway: Community Roundup

The Tom's Hardware Community is constantly busy. Whether our members are discussing the site's latest articles and reviews, providing tech support and building advice, or playing the latest PC Games, we have so much great stuff going on that it could make your head spin! Not to worry -- Community Roundup is here to let you know the best of what's going on in the Tom's Hardware forums on a regular basis.

  • That's right folks! Another week, another Steam giveaway. Up for grabs this time are three copies of Tyranny, Paradox Interactive's latest isometric RPG. With a "Very Positive" rating on Steam, and nuanced character creation system, fans of Baldur's Gate and Diablo will definitely not want to miss out on this is a giveaway. Head to the giveaway thread in our PC Gaming forum for your chance to enter the raffle and answer the discussion prompt.
  • Starting December 1 at 3pm Eastern, the Tom's Hardware and AnandTech communities will go head to head in our Folding for Charity event. We're not just folding for bragging rights in this race, though. Purch, our parent company sponsoring the event, will donate $2,500 to Child's Play in the name of the winning team. New to Folding@home? Want to participate, but don't know how? We wrote up this handy guide for you to get started. Get those cycles revving in the name of the community and charity. Let's show team AnandTech what real folders are made of. 
  • Picking the right processor for your budget can be both time consuming and nerve wracking. Your choice in platform and processor decides the fate of your gaming rig for years to come. Fear not my fellow enthusiasts. Tom's Hardware is here to help with our monthly Best CPUs list. Although not much has changed in our CPU hierarchy,  prices have fluctuated greatly since we last published. If you're building a new rig or upgrading your old one, make sure to check out our list so you get the most game for your money.

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