Chris from Code the Things is back with another round of tests for the ‘Destitute’ tier of our main build chart: game streaming services! With another round of tests on our most affordable build comes another terrific video, featured above.
With Ryzen 7 CPUs often being a popular choice for high-end gaming builds these days, we take a look at what can be done with the Ryzen 7 5800X.
With more cores and threads than most games know what to do with, the Ryzen 9 5900X sits as an ideal choice for those looking to build a game streaming or other live streaming rig.
It’s time to board the hype train, as we look at building a 1080p gaming beast with the new Ryzen 5 5600X.
AMD came out swinging with their top-of-the-line Ryzen 9 5950X. They haven’t quite hit that mystical 5 GHz clock speed just yet, but 4.9 GHz isn’t far off!
Let’s get into building a high-powered workstation desktop PC with it!
Back in the day, my PC failed the “but can it run Crysis?” test. Nevertheless, when a game company remasters one of the biggest memes in PC building, we have to take note.
With the deals coming and going fast, we take a look at if we can bundle various components together to go about building a PC entirely with Black Friday 2020 deals from Amazon and Newegg!
Let’s get into it!
Otherwise known as ‘the unofficial RTX 3090 hype build,’ in this guide we take a look at what is needed to achieve 8K gaming in today’s market.
With how aggressive the pricing is on these consoles, there’s no way we can build a PC to beat the Xbox Series X and PS5… right? Well read on as we try to crack this puzzle!