Brad Bourque

Brad Bourque

Former Digital Trends Contributor

Brad Bourque is a native Portlander, devout nerd, and craft beer enthusiast. He studied creative writing at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon before returning home to Portland. Now Brad resides in North Portland, surrounded by breweries, local music, and fellow members of the Timbers Army. Say hi to him on Twitter or Instagram, and maybe you'll run across him in a game of Heroes of the Storm.

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Building your own PC is the best way to earn geek cred — here’s how to do it

You could buy a PC off the shelf, or you could take matters into your own hands and pick out the parts and you want, roll up your sleeves, and put it together yourself. Here's how to build a computer, even if it's your first.

Want to play Minecraft with friends? Here's how to start your own server

Whether you're hosting a server for a few friends or launching a massive effort to recreate your favorite show's world, you've got options for hosting your own Minecraft Server.
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LG’s massive new gaming monitor sacrifices visuals on the altar of speed

LG is embracing the gamer lifestyle with a 144Hz ultrawide monitor and a coat of paint, but our LG 34UC89G review find that the monitor’s impressive specifications don’t add up to a great experience.

Close to the Metal Ep. 52: AMD’s return to form with Vega and Ryzen

AMD's return to greatness has been marked by steady growth and re-taking markets. Threadripper and Vega are the crowning achievement of that climb, and a sign of the improvement that comes along with greater market share.
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The hype is here: AMD’s RX Vega gives Nvidia plenty to worry about

AMD’s march back into relevance continues with the long-awaited Vega-powered gaming GPUs, but as our AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 and RX Vega 64 review shows, fighting back into the high-end graphics card market won’t be easy.
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Threadripper is a massive processor that lives up to its massive hype

Our AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920X and 1950X review goes deep on the company’s duo of flagship processors. Do they cement the company’s comeback, or fall short of Intel longstanding options?