Recommend some really good hardware websites to get up to speed!

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#1 Posted by Gamartto (1986 posts) -

I want to build a robust PC to do a lot of virtualization and gaming (a nice intel CPU non K model, lots of RAM... 32GB at a minimum, solid PSU, and so on) but the last time I read hardware websites was a long time ago so my hardware knowledge is way too old.

So please recommend some really good/great/outstanding (:P) hardware websites to get up to speed so I can come back and start asking for suggestions with some knowledge in advance!

Thanks.

#2 Posted by JigglyWiggly_ (23669 posts) -
anandtech
#3 Posted by Stinger78 (5826 posts) -
guru3d.com
#4 Posted by dramaybaz (6020 posts) -
Tomshardware inb4 haters!
#5 Posted by WastelandArcher (80 posts) -
tinyurl.com/falconguide because it works for me every time
#6 Posted by kraken2109 (13125 posts) -

Hardware heaven, Toms hardware, guru3d, techpowerup, anandtech.

Or you could just ask this board.

#7 Posted by Klunt_Bumskrint (4139 posts) -

Hardware heaven, Toms hardware, guru3d, techpowerup, anandtech.

Or you could just ask this board.

kraken2109
^^^^^
#8 Posted by JigglyWiggly_ (23669 posts) -

Hardware heaven, Toms hardware, guru3d, techpowerup, anandtech.

Or you could just ask this board.

kraken2109
i think you meme overclock.net
#9 Posted by GummiRaccoon (13624 posts) -

tinyurl.com/falconguide because it works for me every timeWastelandArcher

no

#10 Posted by JohnF111 (14098 posts) -
[QUOTE="WastelandArcher"]tinyurl.com/falconguide because it works for me every time

That's not very good at all. It does do a decent job at explaining each component but the parts and price thing is terrible, it even says it itself, you'll do better if you do your own research. Still for someone who's a beginner it can give some good tips but not good for "latest" information. There's one place no one has mentioned, gamespot.com/forums. Most new technology gets posted here.
#11 Posted by bigfoot2045 (773 posts) -

HardOCP, Tom's Hardware, Anandtech

#12 Posted by Gamartto (1986 posts) -
Awesome, thanks... @kraken2109 : I'll come back later and ask here but I like to gather some knowledge first.