CPUs and GPUs are quite similar, and both can process thousands of operations per second. So what’s the difference between a CPU and GPU? Let’s check it out!
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You have probably heard of the ARM processor and Intel x86 processors. Let’s find out the technical differences between ARM and Intel x86 processors.
Intel’s processor naming is a big old box of chaos. If you are ever confused of the differences between i3, i5 and i7, this article will clear things up.
A lot of high-end laptops or CPU/GPU coolers are using “vapor chamber” as a selling point. How is this better than the traditional cooling techniques? Let’s find out.
When buying a laptop for the first time, some users will find the advertised system specs quite confusing. Here are the specs of a laptop you should look for when getting your first laptop.
A water cooling system for PC can be difficult to implement. Would a circulatory system that worked a lot like our own vascular systems be more efficient?
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.
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.
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!
Does your Mac CPU’s fans spin very loudly and the machine become very hot? TG Pro helps you diagnose what’s wrong with your Mac hardware and fix the issue.
In Windows, most applications are designed to run with multiple CPU cores. You can also force the application to use only a specific CPU. Here’s how you can do so.
Intel has recently started to produce CPUs for mobile. How does its mobile chipset stack up against ARM? Will Intel be able to beat ARM at its own game?
As mobile technology becomes more advanced, there are more demand to push the processing power even further. Let’s discuss how the future of processing power will look like.
Now that you have your Raspberry Pi, you may be wondering is it possible to make it go any faster. Here is how you can overclock your Raspberry Pi.
While a CPU comes with its own fan, there are aftermarket fans that cost from $10 to $100. Are these fancy CPU cooler really necessary, and what are they good for?
While building a gaming computer, many people have the wrong perception of the importance of PC gaming hardware choices. Let’s explore a few of these problems.
Most manufacturers like to boost how fast their mobile processors are, but is it translating better smartphone performance?
If you are a Linux user, how can you view the CPU info in Linux? CPU-G and I-Nex are two useful apps that can help you out.