Overclocking a graphics card today is simpler and safer than ever, and with a bit of tuning you can extend the life of an aging graphics card or get even better performance out of a new one. But what if you don't have just one graphics card? What if you have two, or three, or even four running in SLI? How does that affect the overclocking process? PC Gamer chats to NVIDIA's Tom Petersen to find out.
In our fifth skill guide for PC modders who mod like they mean it, we’ll show you how to wipe out those fugly stock component labels with custom vinyl decals for your parts, your rig, your peripherals, and even your pets.
View Borderlands 2's beautiful alien landscape, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel's desolate moon, and the franchise's 87 bazillion guns in the best possible light by tweaking and tuning your games with the help of our comprehensive tweak guide.
If you’re ready to get serious, check out our third skill guide for PC modders that shows you how to bend copper pipes to create a custom liquid cooling loop. Copper tubing outshines traditional wobbly plastic tubes and tells the world that you mean business about your rig.