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MSI Aegis Ti3 (VR7RE SLI-054US) Review & Rating

[ad_1] The MSI Aegis Ti3 (VR7RE SLI-054US) ($3,999) has bold styling that would be right at home in an esports tournament. And with its top-end components including an Intel Core i7 unlocked processor and dual-SLI GTX 1080 graphics cards, it has the muscle to back up the promises its body makes. It’s a head-turning aesthetic choice compared with the understated Origin Neuron, our latest top dog for high-end gaming PCs. While its style may be a bit over the top,…

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Intel Teases 40% Performance Boost With 8th-Gen Core i5, i7 | News & Opinion

[ad_1] Intel unveiled a new generation of Core i5 and Core i7 processors on Monday, promising a 40 percent performance improvement over its current crop of CPUs. The four new chips represent the earliest beginnings of the Core family’s eighth generation, and include two new Core i5 SKUs and two new Core i7 SKUs. They’re U-series chips, which means they’re destined for ultraportables and 2-in-1 convertible laptops or tablets. Each one has four cores and eight threads, with the top-of-the…

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The Best Gaming Desktops of 2017

[ad_1] Get a Desktop for the Most Gaming Power Despite the enticing lure of game consoles and handheld devices, PC gaming is still alive and kicking. Enthusiasts know that nothing beats the quality of gameplay you can get with a desktop built for gaming. But what kind of PC can make major 3D games look and run better than they do on the Sony PS4 Pro or the Microsoft Xbox One S? If you have deep pockets, your answer could…

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Best wireless keyboards: Cut the cord with Bluetooth and USB models offering extras galore

[ad_1] A wireless keyboard frees you from more than a cable. It frees you from the crummy slab you got for free with your PC—does anyone like that one?—and it gives you options. The models we’ve reviewed vary in size, weight, key design, and compatibility with other operating systems and devices. Keyboard have a long shelf life—most of the models we reviewed in 2016 remain on sale, including our top pick, the Iogear Quietus RF Desktop. Best of all, their…

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Dell Precision 5720 All-in-One Review & Rating

[ad_1] A 4K touch screen so razer-sharp that Windows suggests zooming in by at least 50 percent, a dizzying array of speakers that could be mistaken for a home theater setup, and an Intel Xeon processor paired with virtual reality-ready AMD Radeon Pro graphics are just a few of the reasons that the Dell Precision 5720 All-in-One (starts at $1,699; $3,459.96 as tested) is an excellent choice for creative professionals that can justify its expense. There are a few drawbacks,…

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Dell XPS 27 (Kaby Lake, 2017) Review & Rating

[ad_1] Plan to replace your hard drive or add memory in a few years? Want to add a better video card? You’re probably eyeing a conventional desktop tower over an all-in-one (AIO), many of which don’t have user-serviceable components. The Dell XPS 27 All-in-One ($1,399, $2,599 as tested) begs you to reconsider, though. Not only are its components upgradeable, but it also has one killer, rare feature that would be exceedingly difficult and expensive to add to a desktop: This…

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Dell Optiplex 5050 Micro Review & Rating

[ad_1] The Dell Optiplex 5050 Micro (starts at $579, $964.20 as tested) might not have much room for internal expansion, but with the help of a few optional extras and its diminutive stature, it can blend into pretty much any modern workplace. It’s equally at home mounted to the back of a flat-panel display or sitting on the corner of a desk to show off its industrial—if not industrial chic—styling. It’s expensive for a Core i5-powered PC, but its case…

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The Best Desktop Computers of 2017

[ad_1] Desktop PCs Are All About the Power Why on Earth would you want to buy a desktop PC or Mac in 2017? Simply put, there are computing needs that mobile devices like laptops and tablets can’t fulfill as well as the stalwart desktop. Here’s what to consider when deciding on your next desktop PC. Desktop-class CPUs and graphics processors are simply more powerful than their mobile counterparts for the same money. They give you the power to finish whatever…

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Shuttle’s Nano X1 Is a 4K Gaming PC in a Tiny Package | News & Opinion

[ad_1] A 4K-capable gaming PC with Core i7 and GeForce GTX 1060 graphics you can hold in your hand. Shuttle is a well-known brand in the small PC market, and the just-launched Shuttle X1 Nano reminds us of that by fitting a 4K gaming PC into an impressively small package. The Nano X1 measures just 5.6-by-5.6-by-3.4 inches, making it easy to hold in the palm of your hand. However, inside you’ll find Intel’s latest Kaby Lake processors and Nvidia’s GeForce…

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