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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.
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 are using Intel’s CPU on your computer, chances are you are open to a recent exploit. Here’s how the Intel’s CPU was hacked and what you can do about it.
There are times when you misconfigure your BIOS and your computer won’t start up. Learn how you can reset CMOS and get things up to its default state.
AMD’s Ryzen has a better performance than its predecessor, but how does it stack up in gaming performance? Is it enough to combat Intel’s market dominance? Let’s find out.
Today, many CPUs come with graphics processing ability. Take a look at integrated vs. dedicated graphics cards and learn which one to use when.
If you are looking for ways to make your 5Ghz WiFi connection faster, this explains how you can find the best WiFi channel for 5ghz WiFi frequency.
When hardware begins to go wrong in a computer, it can be hard to diagnose which part is malfunctioning. Use this guide to check for a dying power supply.
You might have seen terms like “ATC,” “MATX,” Mini ITX,” etc., when purchasing a motherboard. Learn about the various form factors, their differences and how it can affect your purchase decision.
When you are getting a WiFi adapter, you’ll be faced with either a PCI or a USB adapter. Learn the differences between them and which is more suitable for you.
With some simple optimization, you can better prepare your external hard disk for storing movies efficiently and effectively. Here is everything you need to know.
Intake and exhaust fans are useful to keep your desktop computer cool. If your system is getting a little too warm, try adding an intake/exhaust fan to improve the airflow.
It is pretty common for a big area to have a “dead spot” where you can’t receive a WiFi signal. Learn how you can extend WiFi coverage and improve the signal.