Alienware Aurora

Asus VivoPC X Review: Gorgeous Looks, Limited Performance

THE GOOD Wonderfully compact design Affordable VR-ready THE BAD Performance trails that of some competitors Limited configurations Can’t upgrade components VERDICT The Asus VivoPC X

MSI Aegis 3 review

OUR VERDICT The MSI Aegis 3’s stunningly quiet fans belie its powerful specs and aggressive design, all in a small form factor that’s easy to

CyberPowerPC Gamer Master 9500 Review : Good Ryzen Bang for Your Buck

THE GOOD Tons of customization options Strong CPU and graphics performance Good value THE BAD Can run noisy VERDICT The CyberPowerPC Gamer Master 9500 offers

Corsair One review

PROS Outright dinky dimensions Quiet as a ninja Solid performance VR-ready CONS Expensive No M.2 SSD option Difficult to upgrade KEY FEATURES Price to be

Alienware Alpha vs. Aurora vs. Area 51 : What Should You Buy?

There isn’t a single gaming desktop that’s perfect for everyone, and few PC makers are as keenly aware of this as Alienware is. The company’s

Maingear R1 Razer Edition Review : Best of Both Worlds

THE GOOD Superslick design Easy upgradability Strong gaming and CPU performance THE BAD No customizable Chroma lighting (yet) VERDICT The Maingear R1 Razer Edition combines

Maingear Drift (2016) Review : A Small, Stunning Showpiece

THE GOOD Stunning, relatively small design Fast overall performance Tons of customization options THE BAD Expensive No multiple GPU support VERDICT The Maingear Drift is

Overclockers Titan Gladius review

PROS Smooth 4K gaming Exceptional performance Beautiful case and build CONS Expensive Faster SSDs are available KEY FEATURES 4.2-4.5GHz Intel Core i7-7700K (overclockable) 16GB DDR4

Lenovo IdeaCentre AIO Y910 Review : Gaming All-in-One Greatness

THE GOOD Excellent gaming and VR performance Crisp quad-HD display Upgradable design RealSense camera THE BAD No 4K display option VERDICT The Lenovo IdeaCentre AIO

MSI VR One Review : True Wireless VR for Rich People

THE GOOD Lightweight, daring design Powerful graphics and overall performance Hot-swappable batteries Runs quiet THE BAD Expensive Still needs a monitor at times Can’t upgrade

HP Omen X review

THE GOOD: The HP Omen X is a powerful gaming desktop with a modern, minimalist design, and is angled for easy access to ports and

XMG Sector2 review

OUR VERDICT The overclocked core components ensure that this PC can handle 4K and VR gaming, and the specification is built solidly inside a sturdy,

Digital Storm Vanquish 5 Review

THE GOOD Strong gaming performance VR-ready Easy to upgrade Customizable lights THE BAD Larger than the competition VERDICT The Digital Storm Vanquish 5 is a

Lenovo Ideacentre Y900 Razer Edition Review : Lenovo’s Gaming PC Gets Way Better With Razer

THE GOOD Great lighting effects Included Razer accessories Excellent gaming performance Easy upgradability THE BAD Pricey Bulkier than competitors VERDICT The Lenovo Ideacentre Y900 Razer

Dell XPS Tower Special Edition Review : Simple Meets Powerful

THE GOOD Sleek, unassuming design Reasonably priced Painlessly upgradable Strong gaming performance THE BAD Limited configuration options Some bloatware VERDICT The Dell XPS Tower is

Lenovo Ideacentre Y700 (GTX 1070) Review : Solid Gaming Value

THE GOOD Easy to upgrade Fairly affordable Strong gaming performance THE BAD Competitors offer more style and features A bit bulky VERDICT The Lenovo Ideacentre

Alienware Aurora review

PROS Review spec is decent value Good-looking case High-end graphics and processing performance Generous warranty CONS Upgrades are very expensive Case should be smaller KEY

CybertronPC CLX Ra review : A big performer in a big case

THE GOOD The CybertronPC CLX Ra has a premium look and high-end parts for excellent performance. Access to both side panels is very easy. THE