Welcome to a world of 5GHz, refined. Mainstream PC gamer or a high-end enthusiast, Intel’s 13th gen has something for everyone.
Do current-gen OLEDs with their drawbacks do well by gaming standards to justify their 4-digit pricing?
Both GPUs are top-of-the-line and provide excellent performance. Here’s a lowdown on the pros & cons.
The 1080 Ti is faster, more expensive, draws more power. RTX 2060S has ray tracing, DLSS3. 1080 Ti’s FSR 2.1 support makes it a better option overall.
The INNOCN 44C1G is a 43.8” UW PC monitor that supports 2 inputs at 60 Hz and a full 3840 pixels wide display that’s not curved at 120 Hz with a 2ms response rate. It also has FreeSync Premium. In this review, we’ll find out how suitable is it for gaming and other things.
With GPU prices finally coming down for a few months consecutively, gamers are finally open to more options. But of course, not all of us can spend $1500-2000 on a GPU. So, how much is a good amount to spend on the video card in your PC?
Is saving the trouble of building & troubleshooting a custom gaming PC worth $500-700? Let’s find out.
Is four-kay okay for a budget PC? How much should I pay for those “almost 4,000” pixels?
We’ll build a sub-$1000 PC in this article. Including the monitor, keyboard, mouse, and headset, you’re looking at a cost of $700 (fully used) to $1,100 (fully new). You can also mix and match, so the total cost will be under $1,100 in most cases. There are also additional tips to bring down the cost further, taking you to $740 max.
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