The motherboard is the core of your PC, so when buying a motherboard you want to make the right choice. This guide will help you find the best one for your needs.
Information on PC hardware
There’s no easy way to say it: a laptop shouldn’t be purchased for gaming. There’s a wide variety of reasons why you shouldn’t be buying gaming laptops; this article explains why.
The case you choose for your computer is quite important. There’s a multitude of factors to take into consideration when buying a case for your computer. Check them out in this article.
Wish you could wipe ChromeOS and install something else? Good news! You can replace your Chromebook BIOS with the help of a modified BIOS called SeaBIOS.
Chromebooks are a surprisingly diverse market & are becoming very popular. Looking to buy one? This guide will help you choose the right Chromebook for you.
Processors may seem simple on the surface, but they’re much more than they seem. Here’s what to keep in mind when buying a processor and comparing them.
Looking for a new graphics card but not sure where to start? This in-depth guide to buying a graphics card will take you through the process of finding the right one.
Looking for a new computer mouse to suit your needs? This article outlines the aspects you should be taking into consideration when buying a mouse.
In the market for a new computer keyboard? In this article we’ll go over what to look for when buying a keyboard for work, play and everything between.
Need a new monitor? Not sure where to start? In this article we’ll go over the most important things to look for so you’ll have a good idea of which to buy.
A Solid State Drive is an alternative to the traditional Hard Disk Drive. If you’re buying an SSD and want to know what to look out for, this guide is for you.
In this article we describe the basic software & hardware needed to turn a Raspberry Pi into an easily portable desktop word processing machine.
In this article we show how to turn your Raspberry Pi into a looping video player, how to encode your videos, and how to get the videos in the Pi.
One of the most interesting things you can turn a Raspberry Pi into is a retro gaming console. In this article we examine the two easy ways to do that.
When you’re getting a CPU, you might not be torn between getting one with more cores, or one with higher clock speed. This article helps you decide which is better.
Making music on Mac is easy but sometimes suffers due to the speed of your system. In this article we show how to reduce latency and make your music flow.
Graphene may have plenty of plaudits about its massively fluid electrical conductivity, but it is impossible to build CPU out of it. Here’s why!
In this article we’ll discuss how to get into the iPod Mini, replace damaged or tired batteries, and replace the old hard drive with solid state memory.