Review Apex Legends Review
King of the hill.
Asus' ROG-branded micro-ATX board is back, and it's crazier than ever.
Can this pre-overclocked RTX 2060 outdo the Founders Edition?
AMD takes a swipe at the RTX 2080 with the first 7nm gaming GPU.
Finally a Z390 motherboard that costs less than £150, but is it any good?
Deepcool tweaks its popular Captain AIO liquid-cooler bringing a higher pump speed, full RGB lighting, and a leak-proof design.
Nvidia RTX graphics, M.2 PCIe SSD, eight-core Intel CPU, and RGB lighting are all here in PC Specialist's two grand gaming rig.
£55 for a wireless, programmable, RGB gaming mouse? Not bad!
Bringing Meshify to the upper mid-range, Fractal is onto another winner.
This 165Hz 1440p screen sports G-Sync, a 1800R curve, and a wallet-busting price.
Monster graphics card under the spotlight.
Thermaltake goes super-premium with its latest ATX case.
1080p 24" screen with FreeSync, 144Hz refresh rate, and plenty of adjustment for £220.
Gigabyte goes all-out with one of the craziest boards for mainstream CPUs we've ever seen.
This feature-rich card outdoes the Founders Edition in many areas, but it doesn't come cheap.
Nvidia seeks to redefine the 'mainstream' with a £329 card.
The ultimate mainstream Intel mini-ITX motherboard returns, but is it worth its lofty price tag?
Featuring new and exclusive Cherry MX Low Profile RGB Speed switches with 1mm actuation.
Sub-£500 RTX hardware runs the gauntlet.