Intel recently announced its Pentium Silver and Gold CPUs, but what exactly are they? Learn the differences between these two processors and where they fit in the current ecosystem.
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Looking to build your own gaming PC? Here are some of the reasons why building a gaming PC is an absolutely terrible idea at the moment.
You have probably heard of a motherboard and know what one is, but do you really know how it works? Here’s an in-depth look at what a motherboard is and how it functions.
Shutting down your PC versus putting it to sleep has been a long-debated subject. Most people are in one camp or the other. Here we’ll explore the pros and cons of these options to decide which is better for your computer.
Have you ever wondered how your computer works to produce the graphic on the screen? Here’s an in-depth look at all of the essential components of a graphics card and how it all works.
Do you notice your computer slowing down, restarting, or shutting down randomly? If so, a high CPU temperature might be the problem.
Computers attract dust bunnies like magnets to metal, but this doesn’t mean they’re a compatible match. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to safely clean the inside of your computer.
Thermal paste is crucial to a CPU’s longevity and will keep your computer running for years to come. Here’s how to properly apply it to your CPU.
G Sync – everyone’s talking about it, everyone wants it, but does everyone know what it actually is?
If you have a gaming PC and an AMD graphics card, you’re aware of the Radeon Settings and struggles to configure it. Here’s a list of all the graphics settings, what they mean and how you should configure it.
The vast majority of computer users get by with a standard mouse, but a select few absolutely adore trackballs. If you are wondering if you need a trackball mouse, here are the reasons why a trackball mouse is the perfect tool for you.
WiFi Booster, Repeater, and Extender are basically the same and are frequently used interchangeably, though there are some differences in the function of each.
RetroPie is one of the easiest ways to turn your Raspberry Pi into a fully operational retro game system. Check out the features & stability of the new release.
If you’ve been in the market for a laptop recently, you may have seen a type of laptop called a “Chromebook.” Find out what a Chromebook is and how it is different from other laptops.
Connecting multiple mouse and keyboards to your PC is not as silly as it sounds. Here are 3 interesting uses for multiple sets of keyboards/mice on PC.
We all know that loud music can damage our hearing, but how loud is too loud? Find out how loud headphones should be and tips to use headphones without damaging your ears.
The Raspberry Pi is great but is a little lacking in security out of the box. Here we’ll show you how to change a Raspberry Pi password and secure your Pi.
You have probably seen 2.4GHz and 5GHz connections appearing on your router. So which one is better, and which should you use? Let’s find out.