There are two types of architectures: 32-bit and the newer 64-bit. Though almost all PCs are 64-bit today, you might be stuck with a 32-bit one. Here’s what to know when it comes to gaming.
Gamers willing to set up a two-monitor system need to keep a few things in mind, such as synchronizing the refresh rate, for the best experience.
Repasting the GPU is a reliable way to lower temperatures and increase longevity. The older your GPU is, the more beneficial it will be. But it’s not for everyone.
Nvidia created a high-end monster—Transient spikes can be 1.3-1.4x of the advertised TDP, reaching 630W. Then there’s all the other hardware to account for and leaving some headroom too. How do you manage all this? By choosing the right PSU that’s up to the task.
Welcome to a world of 5GHz, refined. Mainstream PC gamer or a high-end enthusiast, Intel’s 13th gen has something for everyone.
Do current-gen OLEDs with their drawbacks do well by gaming standards to justify their 4-digit pricing?
Both GPUs are top-of-the-line and provide excellent performance. Here's a lowdown on the pros & cons.
The 1080 Ti is faster, more expensive, draws more power. RTX 2060S has ray tracing, DLSS3. 1080 Ti's FSR 2.1 support makes it a better option overall.
The INNOCN 44C1G is a 43.8” UW PC monitor that supports 2 inputs at 60 Hz and a full 3840 pixels wide display that’s not curved at 120 Hz with a 2ms response rate. It also has FreeSync Premium. In this review, we’ll find out how suitable is it for gaming and other things.