Buying a GPU can be a challenging task because there is so much to consider. Follow this graphic card buying guide to find the best GPU for your PC.
Ethernet switch, hub and splitter all let you connect multiple devices to ethernet. Looking at their differences, find out which one serves you best.
The war between AMD and Nvidia has raged on for ages. In this AMD vs. nVidia article, let’s find out who is the victor in the battle of the GPUs.
It’s not easy picking the right processor for your computer. AMD and Intel are constantly vying for your next CPU purchase. Which one should you pick?
Chromecast can use up to 15GB per month of data even when it’s sitting idle.
If you are new to touch typing, here is a beginner’s guide to help you get started.
These days people use PCs, laptops, and tablets for somewhat similar activities. But how much power does each unit use, and which one goes the lightest on your energy bill?
Your router will probably come with “Access Point” and “Repeater” modes. These are both very useful features of modern-day routers. The only questions are what does each one do, and when are they used?
In addition to “open source software” we’ve all heard about, there is another open source category known as “open-source hardware”. Here is what you need to know about “open-source hardware.”
As technology progresses, it seems that even high-end processors have stopped increasing their clock speeds. Will processor clock speed start increasing again, or has that time passed?
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.
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.