Gigabyte M27Q 27-inch 170 Hz Monitor Review: Fast Response, Huge Color

Performance-to-price ratio is something we talk about often. While there are many seeking the lowest priced components and some for whom price is no object, most want the highest possible performance for the money. Every computer component has a market sweet spot where you get most of the speed and power of top-level components for a lot less than the premium price, and it is no different fC or Pgaming monitors. We’re talking about the elements that gamers shop for: speed, resolution and screen size. The Gigabyte M27Q ($330 as of…

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Alienware Desktop With Ryzen and RTX 3070 is just $1,499

We recently covered a deal for an HP Omen 30L with an Intel processor and an RTX 3080 card, but what if you prefer AMD? Now Alienware has you covered. It’s hard to buy an RTX 3070 standalone right now, but if you’re willing to go pre-built, now you can snag an Alienware Aurora Ryzen R10 desktop with a Ryzen 7 3700X and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 8GB for just $1,499 (down from $1,889). Alienware Aurora R10: was $1,889 now $1,499 at Dell The Alienware Aurora R10 is a great Ampere/Ryzen pre-built that has the advantage of coming from a known…

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Best Graphics Cards for Gaming in 2021

The best graphics cards are the pulsating heart of any gaming PC worth its salt. Of course, there’s no single solution that’s right for everyone: Some want the fastest graphics card, others the best value, and many are looking for the best card at a given price. Balancing performance, price, features, and efficiency is important because no other component impacts your gaming experience as much as the graphics card. Before we continue, let’s address the proverbial pachyderm sitting on your living room couch, chowing down on peanuts: Trying to buy…

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Intel’s first Xe graphics card only works with Intel CPUs and mobos

Intel’s new DG1-based Iris Xe graphics card is only compatible with Intel motherboards and CPUs. The news comes days after Intel revealed the first Xe graphics cards produced by board partners and due to be sold in retail PCs. According to Legit Reviews, specific UEFI BIOS support is required to run the new graphics cards. An Intel statement explained that, “the Iris Xe discrete add-in card will be paired with 9th gen (Coffee Lake-S) and 10th gen (Comet Lake-S) Intel Core desktop processors and Intel B460, H410, B365, and H310C chipset-based motherboards and sold as…

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