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In this issue

BUILD YOUR OWN NAS
Nick Peers on how to construct your own low-powered NAS server.

ULTIMATE PC BUILD GUIDE
Zak Storey takes us through part two of our master PC building guide.

GEFORCE RTX 4080 SUPER
Laying bare the inner workings of Nvidia’s supercharged graphics card..

2TB Crucial T500 M.2 PCle 4.0 SSD

The best budget 4.0 drive?

2TB Crucial T500 M.2 PCle 4.0 SSD

2 mins

Hyte Y40

Traditional design meets Hyte

Hyte Y40

2 mins

Lenovo Legion Go

A handheld gaming PC, just on a larger scale

Lenovo Legion Go

2 mins

Dough Spectrum One

As stunning as Dough's original glossy display

Dough Spectrum One

2 mins

AMD Ryzen 7 8700G

1080p gaming with integrated graphics? Hell, yes

AMD Ryzen 7 8700G

2 mins

AMD Radeon RX 7600 XT

As cost-effective as an RTX 4080 Super

AMD Radeon RX 7600 XT

2 mins

MSI GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Super 16G Ventus 3X

Iterative change and 4K dominance

MSI GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Super 16G Ventus 3X

3 mins

STATE OF THE PC INTEGRATED GRAPHICS

Can you get by without a dedicated GPU?

STATE OF THE PC INTEGRATED GRAPHICS

7 mins

Nvidia GeForce RTX 4080 Super

LONG AGO, before the reign of the Supers, there was a graphics card. It was bold, gauche, and built with the blood of a Titan, with gaming in mind. Its heart was near identical to the goliath it was born from, yet it lacked the memory, spirit, absolute architectural majesty, and subsequent price tag of its Titanic kin.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 4080 Super

1 min

THE ULTIMATE PC BUILD GUIDE

Strap in as we divulge 20 more tips on how to become the next master PC builder

THE ULTIMATE PC BUILD GUIDE

10+ mins

BUILD YOUR OWN NAS 2024

Build your own fast, low-powered, 24/7 server with the help of Nick Peers

BUILD YOUR OWN NAS 2024

10+ mins

MAXIMUM FLOW THE 4070 Ti SUPER

The perfect balance of RGB and style

MAXIMUM FLOW THE 4070 Ti SUPER

10+ mins

Why are graphics drivers so hard?

GRAPHICS DRIVERS ARE HARD. That isn't news. Recently, however, Intel revealed details on its efforts to get its Arc GPUs running really fast. This candor makes me hopeful for its next-gen Battlemage graphics, which could appear this year. The takeaway is that Intel isn't giving up on Arc, and there are reasons to think that Battlemage might just be the bomb.

Why are graphics drivers so hard?

2 mins

AMD's RX 7900 GRE goes worldwide

WE SHOULD BE PRETTY MUCH done with new GPU launches from AMD and Nvidia for this generation, barring the possibility of something like a desktop RTX 4050. Both companies have a range of cards priced from around $250 up to $1,600 or more. But with Nvidia's recently released 40-series Super models, AMD didn't look quite as competitive as before.

AMD's RX 7900 GRE goes worldwide

2 mins

INTEL'S BIG BET

CEO says 18A is the \"biggest bet we have ever made\"

INTEL'S BIG BET

1 min

AMD LAUNCHES RADEON RX 7900 GRE

$549 gets you 16GB for gaming

AMD LAUNCHES RADEON RX 7900 GRE

1 min

Intel's new monster

New world's fastest processor reaches 6.2GHz

Intel's new monster

3 mins

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

Captivating, but where's the focus and refinement?

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

3 mins

Gigabyte Aorus Gen5 12000

I've got a need; a need for sequentials

Gigabyte Aorus Gen5 12000

2 mins

Sony Inzone H5 Wireless Gaming Headset

If brand tax was a thing, this'd be at the top of the pile

Sony Inzone H5 Wireless Gaming Headset

3 mins

Ducky ProjectD Outlaw 65

Build yourself a killer keyboard

Ducky ProjectD Outlaw 65

3 mins

Crucial T700 Pro 2TB

For whom the benchmark tolls

Crucial T700 Pro 2TB

3 mins

Asus ROG Swift OLED PG34WCDM

Our first taste of LG's latest OLED

Asus ROG Swift OLED PG34WCDM

2 mins

Netgear Nighthawk RS700

Excels where other Wi-Fi 7 routers fall short

Netgear Nighthawk RS700

3 mins

liyama Prolite XUB3293UHSN-B5

Big, bright, and versatile, this is ideal for showing what your rig can do

liyama Prolite XUB3293UHSN-B5

2 mins

Lenovo Legion 9i

This RTX 4090-powered beast might just be Lenovo's finest hour

Lenovo Legion 9i

3 mins

Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 Super

The ultimate budget 4K solution

Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 Super

2 mins

List and find files in Command Prompt

YOU'LL NEED THIS WINDOWS 10 OR 11 45 minutes

List and find files in Command Prompt

7 mins

How to set up a Stream Deck

ELGATO’S STREAM DECK is one of those devices that you don’t think you need, but then you get one and wonder how you ever lived without it. It’s more than just a macro keyboard, and combined with an extensive range of plugins and open-source devkits, its flexibility has been well documented. In fact, a significant number of companies have integrated it into their workflows too, most notably Virgin Atlantic, who utilize a fleet of them for all manner of automation and workflow simplification.

How to set up a Stream Deck

6 mins

SUCCEED WITH SEEDBOXES

Nate Drake introduces you to one of the internet's best kept secrets to turbo charge your downloads and uploads

SUCCEED WITH SEEDBOXES

10+ mins

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Maximum PC Magazine Description:

PublisherFuture

CategoryComputer & Mobile

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

Maximum PC is a monthly magazine, first published in 1994 and is one of the most popular magazines for PC enthusiasts.

The magazine covers a wide range of topics related to PC gaming, hardware, and software. It also publishes articles on a variety of other topics related to technology, such as smartphones, tablets, and virtual reality.

Maximum PC is aimed at a wide audience of PC enthusiasts, from casual gamers to serious overclockers. It is a popular resource for anyone who wants to learn more about PC hardware and software and how to get the most out of their PC.

Here are some of the things you can expect to find in Maximum PC Magazine:

* Reviews of the latest PC hardware and software
* Articles on PC gaming, overclocking, and building your own PC
* Interviews with PC experts and industry leaders
* Features on PC technology and trends
* Tips and advice on how to get the most out of your PC

Maximum PC is the perfect resource for anyone who is interested in PC gaming and technology. Subscribe today and start taking your PC to the next level!

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