Every part of your gaming PC is precious, working in harmony with other parts to make your games smooth and pretty. But the graphics card is the crown jewel, so iBuyPower’s small form factor Revolt 2 puts it in the appropriate spot.
There's no question that USB 3.0 is the future; it's just a question of when it'll arrive en masse. iBuyPower's decided to be in the vanguard, putting USB 3.0 in all of its desktops for no added charge. iBuyPower ships notoriously rugged rigs, so while there's still not a lot of USB 3.0 compatible devices out there…
My attempts to live with an iMac were met with nothing but grief. I needed a rebound relationship—a total opposite to the prudish minimalism of Apple design—a bad girl with unnervingly fast tendencies.
There are more than 400 3D ready games out there, according to iBuypower, which doesn't sound like very many at all. But it's enough for the company to feel confident about releasing this—its first 3D-capable gaming notebook.
iBUYPOWER's new MAGIC software (that's Multi-touch Advanced Gaming Interface and Control, not my unbridled enthusiasm) lets you map keystrokes and mouse clicks to multitouch gestures, so you can control any game with your fingers. Supreme Commander 2? Not too shabby.
We asked Maximum PC editor-in-chief Will Smith to name the best gaming PCs in four categories: monster laptop, value laptop, over-the-top desktop and "cheap" desktop. Though that last one is still a bankbuster, his picks are hot as hell:
You're a dork, a huge dork. And you should never be out-dorked by anyone, even your closest friends, even at a LAN party.