Gordon, Alaina, Adam, and Brad bring you this week's hot news on all things PC, including GTX vs. RTX vs Radeon, Ryzen 3000 rumors, and USB4 (kinda) explained.
Nvidia's GeForce RTX may have finally arrived in laptops but that won't stop the hand-wringing. Here are the pros and cons of buying one today.
Give the ThinkPad six cores and a GeForce GPU and you get the Lenovo ThinkPad Extreme X1, a 15-inch laptop that's large and in charge.
Lenovo's newest mainstream IdeaPad laptops give you a choice between Ryzen and RX Vega, or Core i7 and a mystery GeForce MX graphics.
In this episode of the Full Nerd, we discuss whether Metro and Battlefield V finally make GeForce RTX "worth it" and Intel's rarest CPU ever
Admit it, you're confused about which secure digital (SD) memory card to buy. We'll help you figure out the best SD/ Micro SD card for your GoPro, DSLR, phone, tablet, or Nintendo Switch.
AMD's Scott Herkelman stops by with a shiny new GPU and dishes all things Radeon, plus his view of FreeSync vs. G-Sync
Intel's 28-core Xeon W-3175X isn't quite the Threadripper killer, but damn, it gets close.
The MSI GS75 Stealth weighs almost as little as some 15-inch laptops, yet features a 17.3-inch 144Hz screen, 8th-generation Core i7, and Nvidia's new GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q.
Dell finally caved to convention and moved the super Dell XPS 13's camera up to the top bezel.
Has Creative created the holy grail of headphone audio on phones, laptops, and PCs?
Hot off of CES 2019, the PCWorld crew summarizes the big announcements that made it one of the craziest shows in years.
Corsair's Capellix LED technology increases density of LEDS while lowering power consumption.
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said GeForce RTX 2080 'crushes' Radeon VII and that 'FreeSync just doesn't work.'
Nvidia will let GeForce graphics cards tap into FreeSync monitors, but if a display hasn't been certified as G-Sync Compatible, things can go wrong. Here's how.