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GeForce's graphics cards: Nvidia backdoor enables BIOS modifications

With two new flash tools, the BIOS versions of current GeForce graphics cards can be overwritten - even in the RTX 4000 models. Two hobbyists have managed to do what Nvidia has been trying to prevent for years: They have designed tools that allow mod...

Kelly · 21 August 2023 · 52

What is CMOS?

You have probably heard the word CMOS, but do you know what it is? Let's figure it out with this article. First, let's find out what the BIOS is and what it does in a computer or laptop. The abbreviation BIOS stands for Basic Input Output System. Th...

Alex · 14 September 2022 · 126

How To Fix A Bricked Motherboard it your PC lost power during a BIOS

Your PC lost power during a BIOS update because of a freak thunderstorm or a circuit breaker, or you just tripped over the power cord, and you've bricked it, meaning you now have a very expensive paperweight. Is there any way to resurrect it from the...

Den W. · 28 November 2021 · 901

Can Memory DAMAGE Your CPU?

If you buy something, you want it to fulfill its proper function, whether that's cleaning your toilet, mowing your lawn, or giving you a dining experience, similar to what's indicated by the picture on the menu. If you've ever bought memory for your...

Alex · 12 August 2020 · 954

History Behind Ctrl-Alt-Delete and other key combinations?

It's been a long time since the days of command line computing, where we accomplished the vast majority of tasks with a keyboard and the use of a mouse was rare or unknown. But even though we're all used to pointing and clicking these days, plenty of...

Jacob Enderson · 09 August 2020 · 474

Why CPU Sockets CHANGE So Much

Have you been scrimping and saving for a new CPU? You'll be in for a bit of a nasty surprise once you realize that you also need a whole new motherboard, just because those pesky CPU sockets just keep on changing. But why does this happen? I mean, we...

Alex · 12 June 2020 · 363

ASUS TUF FX505DU In 2020? Game Performance vs 2019

Let’s see if the ASUS TUF FX505DU in 2020 performs any better than when I originally tested it 10 months ago after the latest driver, BIOS and game updates to see if it’s still worth it? I did a review last year where I showed how th...

Den W. · 05 May 2020 · 386

MSI GS66 Undervolting Testing

So far all 10th gen Intel laptops I’ve tested can’t be undervolted with Intel XTU or Throttlestop, presumably due to the Plundervolt vulnerability. I’m not certain, but think that undervolting in BIOS should still be possible, as lo...

JT · 28 April 2020 · 3.4K

Unraveling the Mystery: What Does "Link in Bio" Mean?

Introduction: In the age of social media dominance, the phrase "Link in Bio" has become a ubiquitous part of online culture. You've likely encountered it on platforms like Instagram, Twitter, or TikTok, but what doez Link in Bio actually mean, and w...

Mian Ali · 20 December 2023 · 2

Words That Touch Hearts: Writing Articles to Create Lasting Emotional Connections

In the vast sea of content, the ability to evoke human emotion through writing is a powerful skill that can turn an ordinary article into a memorable experience. In this guide, we'll explore techniques and strategies to help you write articles that not only inform but also resonate on a deeper emotional level, creating lasting connections with your...

Mikel Juck · 13 November 2023 · 4