A massive increase to battery life - but what else has changed?
More cores, more frequency and improved RAM - but just how much faster is it overall?
Team Red's best value eight-core chip takes on the Core i7 9700K.
Does 16GB of ultra-fast RAM beat cutting-edge ray tracing tech?
Gaming is slick, but the 120Hz interface is on another level.
But just how powerful is the new mid-range contender?
Rolling out now in the Red Dead 2 bundle pack.
The DF verdict on the latest - and cheapest - Turing graphics card.
High-end hardware - with a price to match.
Games machine, ultrabook... heavy duty 4K editing workstation?
And just how fast are the new Nvidia cards?
A cut-back design offers up surprisingly decent performance.
Is three gigs of VRAM enough for top-tier 1080p60 gameplay?
Just how much faster are the new second-gen Polaris cards?
Pascal on a budget.
Titan X Maxwell performance just got a whole lot cheaper.
The best choice for 4K PC gaming at 60fps.
The entry-level Vega takes the fight to GTX 1070.
The mainstream 1080p graphics card you've been waiting for?
The great Intel/AMD hardware collaboration put through its paces.
AMD's entry-level processor is a real gem.
A gaming grade i3 in all but name, and yours for around £60.
AMD's cheaper eight-core CPUs cut little and offer big value.
AMD hits the sweetspot - Ryzen is the better buy.
Mainstream CPU performance taken to the next level.
The Digital Foundry verdict.
The red team brings the fight to GTX 1080 - but is that enough?
AMD hits the sweetspot - Ryzen is the better buy.
Core i7 7800X, 7820X - and the monstrous i9 7900X - put to the test.
GTX 1080 graphics in a 15-inch thin and light laptop - is it too good to be true?
This GPU is incredibly fast, but how much faster are two of them?
Controversy surrounds Ryzen's gameplay credentials. Digital Foundry investigates.
Is an overclockable dual-core CPU faster for games than an i5 quad?
It's the fastest i5 yet - but is that enough?
The ultra-compact gaming PC gets a big graphics upgrade.
Sony's mid-generation refresh analysed in depth.
Are two GPUs really better and cheaper than one? Dual high-end Nvidia cards take on Titan X Pascal.
Can console technology provide a top-tier virtual reality experience?
Liquid-cooled overclocked i7 meets twin GTX 1080s, powering a 4K screen. Is it faster than a Titan X desktop?
Digital Foundry analyses AMD's debut Polaris 11 product.
The latest Polaris GPU is a 1080p budget powerhouse.
Smaller, faster, better.
Do you really need to spend more for the extra RAM?
It's the most powerful GPU on the market, but can we game at 60fps with UHD resolution?
Console-beating 1080p60 PC gameplay at a superb price.
Unique hardware modifications, designed with VR in mind.
A whole new world.
Virtual reality check.
£350 buys you a broadcast quality 1080p60 mobile capture device that works beautifully with gaming hardware.
The best value quad-core CPU for gamers?
Cupertino's next-gen media streamer falls short as a games machine.
The fastest £200 graphics card on the market.
The best budget gaming CPU?
How much VRAM do you actually need?
The next generation set-top box?
In a class of its own.
The state of the art in gaming CPU performance?
The CPU upgrade you've been waiting for?
The heat is on - has Nvidia's GTX 970 finally met its match?
Too fast, too furious?
The case for more VRAM becomes clear as two versions of the same GPU face off.
The fast and the furious.
Too hot to handle?
Cheaper than Titan X, with virtually identical performance.
Meet the 13-inch Intel quad-core ultrabook that transforms into a desktop gaming powerhouse.
Titan X-class desktop gaming power... in a laptop?
A quad-core PC in the palm of your hand.
The green team's 1080p 'sweet spot' card is good, but not great.
Digital Foundry on the mini living room PC with the horsepower to take on PS4 and Xbox One.
What happened when Digital Foundry bought a £50 tablet in the Christmas sales.
Over-priced and under-specced.
The tablet market is declining. Can this cutting-edge slate arrest the trend?
Meet the GPU that nukes almost the entire high-end graphics market from orbit.
State of the art.
Desktop GPU architecture arrives on mobile. Do you really get last-gen console performance in an iPad mini form-factor?
£45 for a CPU that clocks up to 4.5GHz - do you really need that i7?
Xbox One-beating graphics and desktop CPU power in a thin and light shell.
Can the new i5 compete against Intel's first 4.0GHz CPU?
11.5 teraflops of rendering power - Digital Foundry stress-tests the world's fastest graphics card.
Digital Foundry on the powerful, ultra-mini Steam Machine you can buy now.
The new Maxwell architecture debuts in an ultra-efficient entry-level GPU.
Desktop gaming power in an ultrabook shell.
The future of display technology.
Lighter than Air.
Unparalleled power, but at what price?
The ultimate in Android and portable PC gaming?
Digital Foundry on the direct feed upgrade that lets you live-stream and capture gameplay on Sony's handheld.
The console/PC hybrid is now even more powerful. But can you really build one yourself and save money?
The price is right.
Why the arrival of next-gen console makes a year-old graphics card a worthy contender.
Power to the people.