At ProClockers, our goal is to provide honest and unbiased reviews of PC Hardware and PC gaming products.
Part of how we do that is by recommending different computer products and games. Below, you can find more information on our editorial process, including how we pick products and places, and how we may be compensated through our content.
Our main goal as a content-driven platform is to find the best solutions for our readers. That may be finding the best PC hardware, video games, or sharing guides on topics of a similar nature.
In any case, we’re committed to useful, accurate, and practical information above all else. Solving our readers’ problems and challenges is our top priority, and we firmly believe that if we do that the right way, everything else will fall into place. We do our best to keep our stories updated with links to brands, parks, and government sites that provide additional info.
For our PC hardware reviews, lists, and gaming guides, we have a wide range of writers, who all have experience in PC building and gaming.
We pride ourselves on our research and commitment to putting out the best possible stories for our readers, and welcome suggestions on how to do that better.
Each blog post we publish has hours of research, writing, fact-checking, and editing behind it.
Affiliate Links & Recommendations
In many of our articles, especially reviews, we may earn a small commission when readers purchase products through our links.
This doesn’t affect which products are included in the articles, and in most cases our writers are not aware of which brands and products offer us a sales commission.
All of the products we highlight are recommended for their quality, performance, and overall reputation regardless of any affiliate relationships.
We only recommend the best products; many of which we do not have affiliate links for. Once we have finished researching and writing our article, we will read through it to see if there are any products we can incorporate an affiliate link for.
Commission or not, the list does not change. We only recommend what we believe to be the best products out there.
Amazon Associates & Other Programs
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