Custom PC – Issue 157 – October 2016 True PDF - zeke23
English | 116 pages | True PDF | 27 MB
Custom PC is the magazine for people who are passionate about PC technology and hardware. Whether you've been building and customising PCs for years or you've just started performance-tuning ready-made systems, all the information you need is now in one place.
Custom PC isnâ™t just another PC magazine – itâ™s the only magazine with enough space to devote whole pages to single product reviews. And weâ™re not talking boring printers and hum-drum peripherals, but the best performing components - whatever your budget.
Custom PC is a high-quality magazine devoted to computer hardware enthusiasts, covering modding, overclocking, computer hobbyism and gaming. Focused on tinkerers, tweakers and tech lovers, Custom PC provides its readers with a delicious combination of authoritative hardware reviews, features, in-depth tutorials and hard-hitting analysis that they can't find elsewhere.
Custom PC (usually abbreviated to 'CPC') is a UK-based computer magazine created by Mr Freelance Limited, and published by Dennis Publishing Ltd. It's aimed at PC hardware enthusiasts, covering topics such as modding, overclocking and PC gaming. The first issue was released in October 2003 and it is published monthly. Audited circulation figures are 9,428 (ABC, Jan-Dec 2014). Gareth Ogden retired as editor of Custom PC at the end of Issue 52. Issue 53 was edited by Deputy Editor James Gorbold; from Issue 54 onwards the magazine was edited by Alex Watson. From Issue 87 to Issue 102 the magazine was edited by James Gorbold. From Issue 103 onward, the magazine has been edited by Ben Hardwidge.
Between 2009 and January 2012 the magazine was partnered with enthusiast site bit-tech.net, with the two editorial teams merging and sharing resources across both the site and the magazine. Custom PC's James Gorbold took over as Group Editor of the two teams. However, since February 2012, the two brands have separated and content is no longer shared between the two publications, although many of the magazine's writers continue to write for bit-tech.