Inspired by The Crew’s GT-R R34, modding wizard Kensuke Morita assembled an NVIDIA-powered system in the form of a miniaturized race car, complete with working headlamps, street glow, and rear lights. Want to know how he did it? Curious as to what’s under the hood? Read on to see the interview, where Morita reveals all the details on this amazing project.
While playing games, being surrounded by multiple monitors is far more immersive than using a single display. It’s like the difference between watching a movie on a standard TV and sitting in a movie theater. In our eighth skill guide we show you exactly how to put together your very own multiple monitor setup; after making the switch, you’ll wonder how you ever got by with just one screen.
Out of the box the majority of monitors are far from perfect when it comes to color, brightness, and motion blur calibration. With a few simple tweaks you can fix all that, however, and finally see games as developers intended. Learn how with our latest GeForce Garage guide.
Starting with a $999 limited-edition In Win Tòu chassis, we created a breathtaking, one of a kind showpiece system for TITAN X's unveiling. See how the build came together, and be inspired to create your own showcase system.
Welcome to our first YIDIY (Why I DIY) feature where we will highlight custom built rigs and get some questions answered by the mastermind builders behind them. In this edition we speak to James Walter to learn about his Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare custom PC.