As much as Intel might claim its CPUs are best for gaming (and it certainly has a valid argument to make there) that’s not the whole story. AMD’s CPUs are some of the best gaming processors available today, and even its earlier generations of Ryzen CPUs are no slouch in all sorts of great PC games.
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Corsair’s iCUE software opens up a whole new world when it comes to customising and monitoring your setup, with tools that not only let you unite your components under a gorgeous RGB rainbow, but that also let you control every intricacy of their performance.
Corsair all but invented the modern look and feel of custom-cooled gaming PCs, championing customizable RGB lighting effects, and making the process of installing custom cooling solutions that much easier. Its new Hydro X Series is the latest evolution of its product philosophy…
AMD’s third-generation Ryzen CPUs are some of the best processors ever made, offering fantastic single-threaded performance and even more impressive multithreading capabilities. With these new processors in mind, we examine which AMD CPU is the best for PC gaming.
The two most important components in a gaming PC are the graphics card and processor. If you’re on a budget and don’t want to spend more than £200 on a CPU, though, which one is the best you can get?