1. AlphaAtlas

    How Velocity Micro Went From Cabinet Sales to PC Building

    Velocity Micro is known for making top end, expertly crafted, and pricey computer systems, and we've reviewed several of their offerings in the past. But the Richmond, VA based builder didn't start off making PCs. According to a report by the Chesterfield Observer, Randy Copeland, the owner of...
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    Gamers Nexus Reviews the Walmart Gaming PC

    Walmart released their "Overpowered" lineup of gaming PCs late last month, and Gamers Nexus decided to get their hands on one for some testing. Walmart has a reputation for being cheap, and however bad you might think a $2100 Walmart PC would be... well, it might actually be worse. For starters...
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    Intel to Scale Down DIY Processor Shipments

    While Asus said that the Intel CPU shortage didn't affect its gaming PC sales, apparently, the same can't be said for PC DIY Sales. Digitimes says that "Intel will scale down its processor shipments to the PC DIY distributor market by as many as two million units in the fourth quarter of 2018."...
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    Asus Says Intel CPU Shortage Will Continue, but Not for Gaming PCs

    Mirroring Compal's predictions, Asustek CEO Jerry Shen said that Intel's CPU shortage will continue into the 2nd quarter of 2019. However, Asus also pointed out that Intel is prioritizing high end Xeon and Core production, and that the shortages are mostly affecting entry-level CPUs. The company...