"COMPUTER" content on TweakTown - Page 1
We found 460 items for the tag: COMPUTER
What gaming PC specs should I consider for a Sim Racing build?
Ask the Experts: Fernando is building a new gaming PC for Sim Racing (iRacing and RFactor) and wants to know what parts to buy.
Should I upgrade my PC to an AMD Ryzen 3 CPU or wait for Ryzen 4?
Ask the Experts: Luis has some questions about upgrading his aging PC, namely if he should upgrade now to Ryzen 3 or wait longer.
What's the CyberPower GXiVR8060A8 system like as a gaming PC?
Ask the Experts: Miles wants our thoughts on CyberPower's GXiVR8060A8 gaming PC and if it will offer decent graphics with no lag.
Is my Core i5 9400F PC good enough for gaming and editing videos?
Ask the Experts: Vigneesh from India wants to know if his Core i5 9400F-based system is good enough for gaming and editing videos.
Should I keep my current gaming PC and upgrade or buy something else?
Ask the Experts: Angel wants to know if she should keep her current gaming PC or buy something else listed locally second hand.
What system should I build for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020?
Ask the Experts: Jim wants to know what kind of system he should build for Microsoft's upcoming Flight Sim 2020.
Recommended parts for a new gaming / photo editing PC?
Ask the Experts: Faisal from Saudi Arabia is after recommendations for parts for a new gaming / photo editing computer system build.
What's the proper way of installing an I/O shield?
Ask the Experts: Burt is new to computers and has a question about installing I/O shields.
Advice on budget computer build for lightning and rendering work
Ask the Experts: Devank from India is after our opinion on a budget build he is planning for lightning and rendering work.
MSI AEGIS Portable Barebones Gaming Desktop PC Review
MSI's AEGIS is a portable barebones gaming desktop PC with impressive looks and solid cooling technology. Let's take a closer look at it.
ECS LIVA ONE Review - A SFF PC with Muscle
Looking for a SFF PC as a desktop replacement in places where space is of concern? You might want to check out the ECS LIVA ONE.
Virtual reality helping train US Air Force F-35 pilots
Virtual reality will prove to be valuable training tool for Air Force F-35 pilots.
One mans trash is anothers treasure - 260k Apple gem found in the bin
A lady has unknowingly dropped off first generation Apple computer worth $260,000 and no one can find her to let her know.
Unfriended (2015) Cinema Movie Review
"Let's play a game..."
Digital Storm Embraces NVIDIA TITAN X
The Trinity Supercomputer calls for some serious water cooling
The NNSA's Trinity Supercomputer needs some super water cooling support - here's what it looks like disassembled.
What's the weirdest thing you've found inside a PC?
Have you ever through about exactly what's living inside your PC? How about a dead frog?
This phone doesn't do much and that's the point - OwnFone's US version
The OwnFone is looking to expand, through Kickstarter, to the US and beyond. This 3D-Printed phone doesn't do much and that's the point.
Streacom Announces the Alpha Line of Cases
The Tesla Model S P85D is also appropriate for the snow - apparently
Elon Musk shows off the Tesla Model S P85D's crazy snow performance capabilies.
Snef Computer Design unveil the amazing rigid-tubed Icy Blue Angel mod
Bitspower makes another appearance in the modding community - Snef Computer Design have unveiled their rigid-tubed Icy Blue Angel Mod.
GGF LAN took to the Lian Li DK-02 desk chassis
Not many are brave enough to take on the Lian Li DK-02 desk chassis. GGF LAN had a go and ended up with this monster.
UPDATE: Hotline Miami 2 developers tell Aussies to pirate their game
UPDATE: Hotline Miami 2 developers tell Aussies just to pirate the game and don't worry about giving them any financial support.
Hotline Miami 2 is another additon to Australia's banned games list
Hotline Miami 2 has been refused classification in Australia due to apparent sex and drug usage depictions - so much for R18+ classification, right?
Intel predicts continued cheap laptops in 2015
Intel has helped spawn a resurgence in the laptop market by fueling development of models for roughly $200.
IDC: PC market remains slow, reaching 80.8 M units shipped in Q4 2014
The PC market is recovering and the US market could see positive growth as the industry prepares for Microsoft Windows 10.
Lenovo Erazer X315 Gaming Desktop PC Review
We have our first Lenovo gaming machine in the lab in the form of the Erazer X315. Just how well will this budget system perform? Read on to find out.
Will PCs begin to bounce back in 2015, at the expense of tablets?
CES 2015 is just a couple days away, and while smartphones and tablets tend to get a lot of attention - will this be the year the PC can fight back?
Portable chargers become more nifty - meet the Power Pen
Ballpoint pen, stylus, 700mAh charger - this emergency pen is handy for your car, office or computer desk.
Computer glitch causes chaos for London air traffic controller
Airlines are frustrated with NATS following a computer glitch that caused absolute chaos.
Intel X99 Motherboards and DDR4 Memory Buyer's Guide (Launch Edition)
A handy guide for the Intel X99 platform based on products ready and shipping right now. Check out the selection of motherboards and DDR4 memory options!
IBM Watson to be used by USAA to advise military veterans
IBM Watson knows thousands of documents by heart and can answer real-world questions posed to it from the knowledge in those documents.
Apple rolls out new Mac Pro security lock adapter
Apple offers a new accessory to help protect your new Mac Pro from theft and component thievery.
Target suffers computer glitch that causes frustrations at checkout
Target suffers a computer glitch that caused POS problems at stores across the country, leaving customers frustrated and grumpy.
Lenovo N20p Chromebook with folding screen aims at education market
Lenovo has unveiled a pair of new Chromebook computers that are aimed at the education environment with one that features a folding screen.
Dell unveils new Inspiron laptops and AIO computers
Dell has unveiled some new notebook computers and AIOs that are aimed at the back to school crowd with some featuring touch and HD display.
Origin Chronos micro-tower gaming desktop is small and powerful
Origin unveils new and very compact gaming PC that can be fitted with powerful hardware for gamers with space issues.
Satechi F1 Smart Monitor stand acts like a docking station
Satechi F1 Smart monitor Stand expands your connectivity options and raises the screen of your desktop or notebook for comfort.
HP Z1 All-in-One Workstation PC Review
Trace takes a look at HP's newest all-in-one workstation: the Z1, a machine that packs enterprise reliability into an attractive package.
Intel NUC Kit D54250WYK Review - Big Things Come in Small Packages
Intel's new NUC is a killer device, delivering desktop-class performance in something that fits in your hand. Let's take a close look now.
iBUYPOWER Paladin Desktop Gaming PC Review
We're taking a look at iBUYPOWER's Haswell-powered Paladin desktop gaming system. This top-of-the-line system kicks some serious ass.
Digital Storm ODE Haswell-powered Desktop Gaming PC Review
We have Digital Storm's ODE system in our labs, customized with Intel's new Haswell processor. Let's dive in and take a close look at this gaming PC.
iBUYPOWER Revolt SFF Desktop Gaming PC Review
We take a look at iBUYPOWER's revolutionary Revolt small form-factor gaming desktop PC. Worth buying? Read on.
Acer to have a global event on May 3, what should we expect?
What will Acer unveil at their May 3 event in New York City?