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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The processor’s process size is always something that’s frequently discussed in the chip’s specifications. But what is that, and why does it matter? Let’s check it out.
Having a comfortable workstation is paramount to your productivity. Here are a recommendations of the various desktop peripherals to make yourself more comfortable.
2016 is the year that virtual reality started making inroads in the gaming markets. Many people are now looking to get a VR headset in 2017. Is it worth it?
While most laptop is capable of running any Linux distro, some are more compatible than the rest. Here are some tips to choose a laptop for Linux that you should consider.
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.
We all know that USB drives are getting obsolete, but that doesn’t mean they are useless. Here are 5 cool things you can do with old usb drives.
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.
Many are unaware that hackers can now crack into wireless mice and keyboard adapters and use them for their own purposes. This article will explain what this attack does and how to protect against it
You probably have heard of Solid State Drive but are not sure if you need one. Here we will explain SSD in more detail and help you decide if you should buy it.
With all the vital data you store on a USB drive, you might want to extend its life. Here are some tips on how to extend the life of your USB drive.
When purchasing a new computer, you might be confused as to how much hard drive space you need. Here is a guide to help you find out.
When choosing a mechanical keyboard, you will come across different types labeled by “colors.” These are the keyboard switches. Learn how to choose the right mechanical keyboard switch type.
You don’t have to spend hundreds or thousands on your technology hardware if you rent. Have you ever rented technology hardware?
In this article we explore a trustworthy software that even an ordinary user can use to identify computer hardware problems on a Windows PC.
As the race for smaller hardware continues, let’s dive into what this means and what challenges manufacturers face in making molecular hardware a reality.
Many hardware manufacturers have pushed their research departments to come up with ways to fit more hardware into smaller spaces. Is this a good thing?