cpu (59)

Does DDR4 Work With Ryzen 7 1800x

Many questions about what DDR4 does work with Ryzen. If you are also confused about this and are looking for the answer then you are in the right place. Why in today's article I am...

avawilliam · 3 days ago · 10

A CPU From AMD...AND Intel?!

Imagine you could build a CPU in much the same way that we build PCs today with parts from different manufacturers. This might actually become a reality in the near future, thanks...

Alex · 12 April · 21

The ACTUAL Difference Between Intel and AMD

As much as AMD and Intel fan boys, like to scream at each other online, the average user would be hard pressed to notice the difference between these companies' CPUs in everyday us...

Alex · 11 April · 43

HOW TO CHECK IF CPU IS OVERCLOCKED

Overclocking is the process of making your computer’s processor work faster. One way to check if it’s been overclocked or not, you can use three popular methods: 1) Check for a...

avawilliam · 19 March · 26

A New Chip From...Microsoft?!

When it launched, Windows 11 confused a lot of people over it's requirement that your PC have a security chip called a TPM, or a Trusted Platform Module. But now, Microsoft wants t...

Alex · 22 February · 72

There's A Windows Version With Multi-Day Battery Life

If you've been looking for a Windows laptop or tablet, there are actually quite a few systems that are now featuring Qualcomm processors. That's right. The same company that probab...

Alex · 02 February · 40

What is the Difference between a Microprocessor and a Microcontroller

Intro Microprocessor or microcontroller is among the two most frequently employed terms in electronics. What exactly are they? What is the difference between them? The microproce...

everybreakingwave · 09 December 2021 · 53

The CPU You Pay For Twice

 When you think of upgrading a component in your PC, you probably think of something pretty straightforward. Take out the old one, insert the new one, and then just carry on comput...

Den W. · 07 December 2021 · 28

Features You Pay For But Can't Use

Buying products used to be so simple. You pay money for a hammer, and then you can use it however you want. But did you know that many electronics have hidden features that, for on...

Alex · 14 May 2021 · 35

Your PC Is Full of GOLD

When you think of gold, you probably think of jewelry gold bars, even if you're old, like me, gold Slugger but gold is actually extremely common and important in electronics as wel...

Jacob Enderson · 13 May 2021 · 44

What is gate all around CPU?

If you're a PC enthusiast, you probably know that the main way that our PCs, our phones and our consoles have gotten faster over the years, is through shrinking transistor sizes on...

Den W. · 11 May 2021 · 374

Build A PC For Under $600 (Early 2021)

So, you already know from the title that this article is from early 2021 and right now the market for PC components isn't in a very good way. Supply chain squeezes have made it rea...

Den W. · 19 March 2021 · 123

How Long Will Your Phone Last?

We've gotten used to the idea of electronics going out of date relatively quickly. Just look at how many people are rocking the newest iPhone instead of holding onto something even...

Alex · 08 February 2021 · 49

Is Threadripper Worth It?

We've had high-end desktop or HEDT processors for quite a while now, you know, those CPU's that sit at the very top of the food chain that straddle the line between home PC and wor...

Jacob Enderson · 30 January 2021 · 325

Why Are There Only Two CPU Companies?

Life is great when you have lots of choices. I mean who hasn't had a little party in their head when getting off at a highway exit and seeing two dozen fast food places vying for y...

Alex · 18 January 2021 · 614

The Problem With Intel’s New 11th Gen Gaming Laptop CPUs

Intel have just announced three new 11th gen Tiger lake mobile processors for ultra portable gaming laptops. Intel refers to these new chips as the H35 series, presumably because t...

JT · 12 January 2021 · 855