While your NVMe SSD runs faster than the standard 2.5 inch SSD, its temperature also shoots up faster. We investigated the case for NVMe SSD heatsink to see if it’s really necessary.
Shopping for a gaming monitor can be daunting. There are several aspects you need to follow. Fortunately, it’s not too tough to wrap your head around it.
RAM is a core computer component, allowing you to coax a little more speed out of your PC with faster clock speed and RAM timing. Here’s what you need to know.
Are you worried that your USB port is either underperforming or out of spec? Here are a few ways you can check the power output of your USB ports.
The default settings of your monitor are not calibrated for home use. Learn how to optimally calibrate your monitor display to perfection for free.
Chromebook runs Google Chrome browser by default. If you are not a fan of Google Chrome, here is how you can install Firefox on Chromebook as your default browser.
If you have audio cassettes or VHS tapes gathering dust, here is how you can digitize them and get them to play on your computer.
Whether you want a full tower, mid-tower or mini-ITX, our roundup of the best PC cases can help you get your rig up and running without the added stress.
The new Raspberry Pi 4 is the most powerful iteration of the hardware, opening entirely new categories of what you can do with the app.
It can be very frustrating when your laptop start shutting down without any warning. While unexpected shutdowns can certainly cause trouble, you don’t have to panic. In most cases, there is nothing wrong with your machine. When you experience a random shutdown, give your computer some rest. After a few minutes, you can solve the […]
Your CPU will usually come with a default cooler, but an aftermarket option can help it perform better. Here are some tips for choosing the perfect CPU cooler.
AMD has launched some awesome CPUs like Ryzen 3 and Ryzen 5, but it can be confusing which one to choose. Here we’ll show how to choose an AMD CPU.
We spend a lot of time looking at monitors. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to prevent eye strain, and most are just habits you can implement into your daily life!
If you have an old-school printer or a printer without wireless connectivity, you can create a DIY wireless printer if you have a spare Raspberry Pi.
Your CPU temperature can get so high that it breaks the computer. Here we explore how a CPU overheats, what causes it, and how to cool it down.
It’s easy to blame ISPs when the Internet goes down, but it could also happen due to a faulty router. Here is a checklist for you to troubleshoot a router.
Both nVidia Jetson Nano and Raspberry Pi are single board computers . Here we compare them and see how they perform against each other.
If you’re having problems with your Chromebook, you may need to do a factory reset to return it to its original state. Learn how to reset or powerwash your Chromebook.