• Welcome to our long-awaited guide on the best intel socket LGA 1151 Z170 motherboard for your next gaming rig. We have covered the top 12 most popular Z170 motherboards on the market and have reviewed them to help you decide which is the best Z170 motherboard for you. As...

  • These days everyone’s looking for the smallest and most convenient portable device, whether that means cell phones, luggage bags, tablets, or laptops… so Desktop PC’s are no exception. Many gamers and hobby small form computer builders enjoy the compactness and portability of a Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX build, sure; but...

  • When it comes to sound cards, sometimes it’s a touchy subject among PC enthusiasts whether or not a dedicated sound card is really even needed at all, and if so, which is the best sound card for the money. In previous years it’s been the accepted opinion that the...

  • Quick Navigation How We Reviewed An Asus TabletOverall Price RangeTop 8 Asus Tablets Named one of the world’s most admired companies by “Forbes” two years in a row, Asus has been in business since 1989. The company is known for making attractive, solidly constructed products that are a great...

  • Just like the IBM tech guys in the 1980s never thought that decades later there would be portable devices several times more powerful than their most advanced computers, gamers in the 1990s would have been blown away had they known what the future had in store for them. And...

  • A new Bluetooth speaker is currently one of the best gifts you can give. They’re affordable. They’re super useful. Their average sound quality and range are better than ever before. And even your obnoxiously picky boyfriend who “doesn’t want anything for his birthday” would be stoked about this present....

  • ​When it comes to the best case fans, it sometimes can be a daunting task to pick the right one for your particular needs. What color should you get? Should you get one with LED’s or without? Are all 120mm fans the same? Are some louder than others? What...

  • GPU scaling is an important feature that can make the difference between your monitor displaying all of the content of an output versus showing a distorted mess. Problems like overscan (where parts of the video output aren’t visible since they are “off screen”) and underscan (the native resolution of...

  • In past years when people were looking to build their computers they only had two options when it comes to cases, full tower or mid tower. Fast forward a few years later, and we have computer cases small enough to carry like a suitcase making for easy travel you...

  • Quick Navigation Who doesn’t love a good MMO?What Is the Razer Naga?How the Razer Naga ComparesRazer Naga Pros and ConsA Great Mouse for Any MMO Lover Who doesn’t love a good MMO?There’s something absolutely magical about stepping into a fantasy world and meeting up with a couple of friends—or...

  • There are some bucket-list items everyone should experience. Skydiving. Zorbing. Running with the bulls.   Here’s one you can accomplish for less than $200. You haven’t lived until you’ve watched the Star Wars trilogy (the original one, obvs) on the side of your house. Outside, on a huge screen...

  • Logitech G933 Honest ReviewIf you’ve ever shopped for gaming headsets, you know how difficult it can be. Not only are there a ton of different features you need to look for, but you also need to decide whether you want a wired or wireless device. And when you do...

  • Logitech G910 Gaming Keyboard ReviewA good keyboard can make or break a PC gaming setup. Not only do high-end keyboards look better, but they’re also made to feel better and offer a range of additional features that make gaming better, including features like anti-ghosting and programmable G-keys. If you’re...

  • ​​NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 ReviewIf your computer struggles to handle the latest games at high frame rates or doesn’t allow you to stream videos at the quality you’d like, you might need a better graphics card. Your graphics card is what processes every graphics-heavy application on your computer, so...