Now that we have our processor and GPU selected, it’s time to take a look at the motherboard features we’ll need for our Extreme Gaming PC.
It’s taken some time, but new features are finally shipping for the Google OnHub.
New Sony USB Type-C thumb drives shipping this month in 16 to 64 GB capacities.
In the third part of our guide to building an extreme gaming PC, we talk through processor options. AMD, Intel, FX, Core i5, Core i7? What’s right for you?
New two-bay Synology DS216+ is powered by Intel Braswell CPU for enhanced performance.
In the second part of our series on building an Extreme Gaming PC, we take a look at graphics cards – the most expensive component of the build.
In this new series, we’ll be building an extreme gaming PC – a budget-blasting, high-octane racer that’ll chew up and spit out any AAA game in 2016 and beyond.
New security sensors and remote power solutions see Hive build out a more comprehensive smart home ecosystem.
Having assumed for years that the only method for streaming music to Sonos speakers was through the company’s app, imagine my surprise when I discovered an alternative!
Last year’s W4000 Windows NAS may have been a dud, but can the Thecus W5810 Windows Storage Server make amends?
QNAP TAS-168/268 runs Android alongside the company’s QTS NAS software, boasting Google Play, YouTube and Netflix support.
The list of brand new features grows with the launch of Synology DSM 6.0 Beta 2.