hardware (93)

Do you need a good motherboard for mining?

If you are interested in building a mining platform for cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum and Bitcoin, make sure you buy the right type of hardware components for the same value. A...

davidjamesdj789 · 14 February · 94

Fixing Graphics Card Glitches

Even if you've spent tons of money on a top end graphics card, graphical artifacts can still be an unfortunate fact of life. And by artifacts, we mean any kind of unwanted visual s...

Alex · 17 December 2021 · 247

Building a Tiny PC - What To Know

Big PCs might look impressive, but there are plenty of arguments for building a tiny PC. Aside from being portable, lightweight, and taking up less space on your desk, many people...

Alex · 10 December 2021 · 65

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 · 37

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...

Den W. · 28 November 2021 · 648

Wearable devices: Transforming from Consumer-Grade to Professional Medical Use

According to data released by market research firm IDC, the global wearable device market shipped 114.2 million units in the second quarter of 2021. At the same time, IDC predicts...

everybreakingwave · 25 November 2021 · 50

DON’T buy a new PC for Windows 11!

If you're anything like most gamers, you were probably outraged when Microsoft announced that Windows 11 wouldn't officially support any CPU released before about 2017. But as usua...

Jacob Enderson · 13 July 2021 · 65

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 · 74

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 · 540

Why isn't GPU RAM upgradable?

Upgrading your main system memory is a piece of cake. You buy a DDR module, you slot it in, and enjoy. But have you ever wondered why you can't do that with video RAM on your graph...

Alex · 09 May 2021 · 44

The History of Water Cooling

It's easy to think that water cooling is a fairly new thing on the computer scene. I mean, I'm going to guess that your old mid 1990s Packard Bell didn't have an AIO liquid cooler....

Alex · 07 April 2021 · 1K · 1

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 · 158

Why This WEIRD USB Connector Exists

The U in USB stands for universal, which is appropriate seeing as how USB devices are everywhere. I mean, you can even get a USB turret to shoot Nerf projectiles at your irritating...

Den W. · 12 March 2021 · 239

TOP 5 Best Gaming Motherboard Under $500 [2021]

In this article, we're going to look at the top five best Gaming motherboards under $500 available on the market today. We made this list based on our own opinion, research, and cu...

Den W. · 28 February 2021 · 336 · 1

NVIDIA pretends to care about gamers

NVIDIA doesn't care about you. They don't care about gamers, and they don't care about the environment. The truth of the matter is that to basically any company that's beholden to...

Den W. · 20 February 2021 · 491

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 · 357