The things that make PC gaming the greatest gaming platform of all time can be summarized in a single bulletproof argument: the best gaming platform is the one that looks, feels, and plays the way you want it to.
Previously we took a good look at each of the major system components, selected those that were right for our needs and budgets, took everything out of their boxes, then assembled our system from the ground up. This time, we'll be focused on software.
With the launch of the GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GeForce GTX 750, NVIDIA has redefined the definition of “entry level gaming”. Learn how to build your own powerful yet affordable GeForce GTX 750 Ti system with our Mini ITX PC build guide.
If you've ever curiously peeked inside your computer and wondered how that bundle of metal and wires was responsible for delivering all of your favorite movies, games, and web content, this guide will try to dispel the confusion that often surrounds PC components in a mixture of numbers, abbreviations, and technical jargon.
Several NVIDIA GeForce GTX GPUs, and the NVIDIA GeForce GTX SLI Bridge, feature illuminated LEDs that can now be controlled with the new GeForce Experience “NVIDIA GeForce GTX LED Visualizer” module. Included with all installs of GeForce Experience, the new module allows GeForce GTX users to customize the brightness and animation of the illuminated “GeForce GTX” text, adding patterns and effects that further enhance the personality of your PC. Learn how to get the most from the new feature with our in-depth guide.
The eagerly-anticipated "Heart of the Swarm" StarCraft II expansion launches March 12th. See how NVIDIA GPUs perform in the impressive addon, and learn how to build yourself a brand new Heart of the Swarm PC for less $450.
With the launch of the GeForce GTX 680 it is now possible to run an entire Surround setup on just the one graphics card. In this guide, we’ll show how to correctly configure 2D Surround and 3D Vision Surround systems using all available ports and connectors, and combinations of video cards, be that one card, two cards in 2-Way SLI, or three cards in 3-Way SLI.