The nominations are in, it's time to decide who deserves the crown for 2019!
Intel's latest 10-core has received a hefty price cut, but is it worth the cash?
We take a look at Gigabyte's sub-£500 TRX40 board to see if it can compete with the excellent ROG Strix TRX40-E Gaming.
GTX 1060 6GB and above.
Roughly GTX 1080 Ti level and 4K-capable.
£1,500 for a Ryzen 7 2700X and GTX 1080? Not bad at all!
Asus has paired the new 11Gbps GTX 1080 SKU with its latest Strix cooler, and the results are great.
Adds 'aesthetic terminal cover'.
Nvidia's latest batch of GTX 1080s use 11Gbps memory - is the speed bump worth it?
Nvidia yet again beats its own records with the new fastest GPU on the block.
Yes, with an 'X.'
DinoPC is out the gate with Z270 systems already - how does the C3 Mod Gaming PC stack up?
This monster comes pre-fitted with a custom, RGB-lit water block and runs lightning fast.
Free thermal pads, new fan profile.
PCs, an SSD, and a liquid-cooled GPU.
The Aegis X crams premium hardware into a tiny chassis - is it worth £2,200?
This £3,650 monster PC comes with twin overclocked GTX 1080s and is fully water-cooled.
Inno3D isn't pulling any punches here - three fans, triple slot and big overclocks on this GTX 1080.
Fresh Tech pairs up an overclocked Core i7-6600K and a GTX 1080 for under £1,400.
This card from MSI straps a custom cooler, backplate and RGB LEDs to an overclocked GTX 1080 GPU.
A GTX 1080, super-fast M.2 SSD, 16GB 3,000MHz RAM and an overclocked Core i7-6700K.
Multi-colour LED, high bandwidth.
Offers the firmware to all.
EVGA's custom, overclocked GTX 1080 is the first to run through our new test suite - can it cope?
Including Avalon modular concept PC.
EVGA has given us an exclusive peek at its Gaming Arena in Taiwan, opening June 1
January 24 2020 | 12:00
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