Heat is the arch-nemesis of PC gamers. If you can tame the heat, you can not only improve the gameplay but increase the lifespan of your GPU (and other hardware). Let’s see how to better manage and control the GPU temperature in a gaming PC.
“May our PCs be cooler, and the framerates higher.” – all PC gamers in unison. It’s indeed the wet dream of any PC gamer to have considerably higher FPS or framerate. 60 FPS gamers want to reach 144. 144 FPS gamers want to graduate to 240+. And all sorts of other FPS brackets in between too. All in all, there’s much talk about FPS and how much of it is necessary or good for PC gaming. That’s what we’ll talk about today.
Oh boy, here we go again. “How to install more RAM” is the quintessential PC gamer question.
Video card specs include two very key parameters: the core clock and the boost clock. What are they all about? And as a gamer, what should you know about both types of clock speeds?
DisplayPort is definitely better in terms of refresh rates, but a lot of other factors are also at play. Don’t be the laidback gamer. Know your cables
Motherboards can be very confusing at times, to the point I’ve seen people completely ignore the nuances involved and go with word of mouth or worse, become prey of marketing lingo and buy into something that’s not fit for their gaming use. Let’s try not to make that mistake.
Depending on which genre you usually play in, you can go for a type of gaming monitor that will gel seamlessly with your gaming experience itself.
GPU artifacting is a big issue. When it happens once or twice, you can ignore it. But don’t be the type of gamer who ignores it all the time.
Gaming on an Apple machine is quite irrelevant. We’ll see why, but more importantly, if you absolutely had to, how smooth will be your gameplay experience?
What will be the best screen real estate for you? As big as possible. But what can you settle for, given your budget? Have a look at this analysis first.