You've seen the commercials and heard it from any Apple fans you might know; Apple is for security and not vulnerable to the viruses that take out PCs. While not entirely untrue,…Read More
If you happen to be on the Mac side of things then you might be aware that Apple's M1 Max was pretty good, and that an M2 chip was rumored ahead…Read More
Users of Macs powered by the Apple M1 chip have been having some serious problems with external monitors, thanks to the shared DNA with iPad OS. Many non-Apple displays which are not…Read More
Marsback's original claim to fame was a mouse that housed a fan inside it's shell to keep your hands cool while gaming. They have returned with the M1 mechanical wireless keyboard, and…Read More
PC Perspective Podcast #605 – RX6800 & 6800XT Review, Intel / AMD History, Microsoft Security Chip + More!
AMD is now totally killing it with their GPUs! We take a deep dive on the testing we did on the game-changing RX6800 & RX6800xt models. TL;DR: They're totally worth…Read More
PC Perspective Podcast #604 – Ryzen 5000 Review, Apple M1 Preview, 3070 Overclocking, Meshify 2 + more!
AMD is totally killing it lately with their CPUs and we discuss the heck of them right from the start.Ok, that's not totally true - there's a burger update and then…Read More
It’s happening: Apple has announced the first Mac systems powered by their own processor, the M1, coming five months after the Arm transition was announced at WWDC 2020 back...Read More
The NCASE M1 once famously posed next to a can of soda, and the rest is (unlicensed) history... The M1 next to a can of some mystery drink that I've never…Read More
The NCASE M1 - that impossibly small crowdfunded Mini-ITX case - is now available for pre-order at the company’s website in both silver and black styles, and it will...Read More
PC Perspective Podcast #299 - 05/08/2014 Join us this week as we discuss ASUS Z97-Deluxe, NCASE M1 Case, AMD's custom ARM Designs and more! You…Read More
We love us some mini-ITX products that enable us to build powerful PCs and HTPCs in smaller chassis and using smaller footprints than traditional ATX and even MicroATX designs. We have reviewed…Read More