Review Intel Core i5-9600K Review
Intel tweaks its six-core K-series CPU, but can the Core i5-9600K do any better than the lacklustre Core i5-8600K?
Network drive failures, audio issues abound.
How do AMD's cheaper 2nd Gen Threadrippers stack up against Intel and their own predecessors?
We take a look at Gigabyte's answer to MSI's MEG X399 Creation and see whether it should be your go-to board for AMD's new Threadripper CPUs.
Now that AMD's 32-core Threadripper 2990WX and 16-core Threadripper 2950X have landed, who actually holds the desktop performance crown?
MSI goes all-out with its $500 board for AMD's new Threadripper CPUs.
Intel has announced a 28-core monolithic CPU, and AMD has upped the ante with a 32-core Threadripper, but who will win?
Up to four PCIe M.2 drives with active cooling.
Offers partial refund, upgrade kit.
The CPU market has never had a year like 2017, and it all comes down to Ryzen.
Gigabyte's only entry into the X399 chipset motherboard market sports some outrageous RGB LED lighting, Wi-Fi and three heatsink-cooled M.2 slots.
MSI aims at the £300 mark with its first Threadripper motherboard, which sports Wi-Fi, M.2 heatsinks, and RGB lighting
Packs in RGB lighting, too.
8c/16t part for $549; Sep 25th availability for NVMe RAID booting.
Asus' flagship Threadripper motherboard looks fantastic, has every feature you could want, but will set you back £500.
AMD shows its high end desktop hand, but can it compete with Intel?
16-core 1950X $999; 12-core 1920X $799; eight-core 1900X $549.