Building or buying a brand new PC guarantees you the definitive experience with support for the latest standards. But with a little time and money you can breathe life into just about any PC with a PCI Express slot. Here’s how.
Overclocking your components is a fantastic way to get the most performance possible out of your system. It’s also an effective tool for snagging those extra frames-per-second when you can’t quite afford brand-new parts. In our seventh skill guide, we walk you through how to safely push your GPU and CPU clock speeds to awesome new heights.
You've seen your favorite eSports pros win big bucks, and now you wish to emulate their success. But what kind of system do you build to guarantee excellent performance in every match, and even when streaming? We brought League of Legends pro Joey “Voyboy” Esfahani into the GeForce Garage studio to find out.
Under the right conditions, your liquid cooling system soothes your components and keeps them stable. In our sixth skill guide, we show you exactly how to fill a cooling loop like a seasoned pro, and how to avert a watery disaster by leak-checking all of your loop’s connections.
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.