Gigabyte's GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Gaming OC 6G takes an Nvidia TU116 processor, gives it a 200W power limit, and tops the chip with an over-built cooler for quiet operation at low temperatures. Is the marginally marked-up board worth an upgrade?
If you are in the market for a chassis with a minimalistic yet elegant design with a concealed external bay for an optical drive (or front-panel devices ), Antec says the P101 Silent is the case for you.
As cheap boards struggled to support Intel’s power-hungry ~$500 Core i9-9900K, budget builders and product designers wanted to know what would happen if a reasonably-priced CPU was used instead. We found out!