With AMD releasing the new 1920X and 1950X Threadripper CPUs today, I couldn’t resist diving in and looking at building with these monster CPUs. So, settle in as we take a look at what sort of PC we can build with these 12 and 16-core beasts.
We took a list of hundreds of current laptops and spent dozens of hours comparing specs, reviews, and prices, and we’ve created a list of the best gaming laptops for your money. Whether you’re on a budget or looking for the most powerful laptop available, this guide is here to help you.
nVidia’s big Maxwell launch of the GeForce GTX 980 and 970 has gone very well for the company, giving gamers great performance at reasonable prices. The release of those two graphics cards made AMD’s flagship cards (290 and 290X) overpriced, and so we removed those two cards from the Logical Increments hardware guides. (We also removed the GTX 770 and 780, since those cards had been replaced at their price points.)
Unlike with console gaming, where developers optimize their games for one specific hardware configuration, PCs vary heavily when it comes to hardware. No matter what your components are, there are ways to squeeze out some extra frames-per-second.