We tested the Core i5-6400, which is the entry model of the Intel sixth-generation (Skylake) Core i5 family. Let’s check how it performs!
Let’s test the FX-4300 CPU and check if is it a good choice for a budget computer.
We tested two of the most inexpensive SSDs available: the SanDisk SSD PLUS and the Kingston SSDNow V300, both of 120 GiB. Which is the best one? Check it out!
We tested the Wraith, the new cooler that comes with some AMD processors. Let’s check how it performs and if is it really quiet.
Alienware has over 20 years of history in the gaming arena. Since the release of their first Alpha machine at E3 in 2014, they have been focused on putting the gaming PC in the living room. The promise of the Alpha was that you could play all your games at affordable prices. This year a new generation of the Alpha was released. The $699.99 version has a 6th generation Intel Core i3 processor, 8 GB memory, a 500GB hard drive and an AMD...
Let’s test the SanDisk SSD PLUS 240 GiB, one of the most affordable SSDs on the market. Will it perform well? Check it out!
We tested the Core i7-6950X, the new high-end CPU from Intel, with 10 cores and 20 threads. Let’s check if how it performs.
AMD launched a new version of the six-core FX-6350 CPU, with the Wraith cooler. Let’s see if is it a good choice.
We tested the first video card based on the new AMD Polaris architecture: the Radeon RX 480. Let’s see how fast is it.
Let’s compare a Radeon R9 380 and a GeForce GTX 960 4 GiB video cards, to find which one is the fastest mainstream video card on the market.