The best way to get your hands on a new computer system

Posted November 08, 2018 03:22:49 It’s the start of the new year, and you can’t go anywhere without a new machine.

If you’re a tech geek, you probably already have one or more of the following devices in your possession.

For a lot of people, though, this means getting an updated version of their PC to keep up with the latest trends.

For those who don’t want to get their hands dirty, though (or simply don’t need to), there’s also a few other options.

If your PC is still getting older, it’s also important to keep it running, even if you’re just using it for your daily commute.

But if you don’t mind being a bit more DIY, there are plenty of resources out there to get you started on the right track.

There’s even a tool that comes preloaded with a few of the most popular options.

We’ve rounded up 10 of the best PC upgrade tools you can get your feet wet.

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Corsair Corsair is the maker of a slew of consumer-grade computer systems.

Its K80 series and K80 Pro range are among the most powerful, but the $199 K80X is the most affordable and the one we recommend most for those wanting a PC with more power.

It’s also one of the few products to support overclocking, so you’ll be able to tweak settings with the right hardware.

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Kaby Lake CPUs, Kaby Bridge and Kaby Trail Intel’s latest CPU architectures are now shipping.

That means they’re compatible with the newer Skylake CPUs that are expected to arrive later this year.

This means that some of the more popular PC upgrade options for those looking to upgrade their system can be a bit tricky.

For some, there’s no choice but to buy a Kaby Core, but it’s worth keeping in mind that some Kaby CPUs are a bit clunky to install, and they can’t handle the demands of modern games.

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Intel’s X299 motherboards and X299-based SSDs The most popular of Intel’s motherboards for the latest processors is the Core i7-7900X, which comes with an 8th-generation Intel processor.

The X299 motherboard is an upgrade over its predecessor, the X299, which has a higher clock speed and has been updated with support for PCIe 3.0 x4 lanes.

For anyone upgrading from a Core i5-8400X or Core i9-7950X, there is also an Intel X299 upgrade path.

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Asus Zenbook UX501US We’ve already covered the Zenbook X501US and the Zenbooks UX501 and UX501W, but these two models are more than capable of replacing the Core X series.

The UX501 is an all-in-one desktop, while the UX501EW has a more premium look.

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ASUS Zenbook T430W We’ve written a lot about the ZenBook T430 and the T430MW, but we’d also like to mention that these two are capable of keeping up with high-end systems like the MacBook Pro 15-inch, which have more cores and more memory.

That’s the reason why we’re recommending these over the ZenBolt X, which we haven’t reviewed.

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Asus Z370-G55 We know the Z370 is one of Asus’ most popular notebooks, but they’re also one that can handle high-performance systems.

The Z370 Pro is an entry-level system that can be bought for $200 or less.

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ASUS ROG Strix The Strix X550 is a high-quality notebook that can replace the Z170-A or Z170X in many systems.

It has a full-size keyboard, a solid matte finish, and a good screen resolution.

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MSI Gaming M3 The Gaming M4 is an inexpensive alternative to the GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti in systems that want to keep things cheap.

MSI sells this laptop as an upgrade to its own ROG gaming line.

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Gigabyte GA-H170 The Gigabyte H170 has been a popular replacement for the GTX 1080.

The H170 is one that’s a bit of a beast, and comes with a high level of graphics performance.

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MSI M370 Gaming M Gaming M is a new, higher-end gaming notebook that’s coming out in mid-November.

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Lenovo IdeaPad X1 Yoga The Yoga is the first new laptop from Lenovo for quite some time.

It looks like a more refined version of the ThinkPad X240.

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Asus Maximus X370 We haven’t seen a new gaming laptop for a while, but Asus has just released its Maximus XI Gaming Laptop.

The Maximus Gaming L is an affordable, high-level laptop for gaming enthusiasts.

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Dell Inspiron 15 7000 and Inspiron 13 7000 The new Dell Inspirons are more affordable alternatives to the top