Here’s all you need to know about PCIe Gen 5. SSDs, GPUs, PSUs, and processors: What does this new era mean?
Here are 7 tips to increase your existing gaming PC’s performance without shelling a buck. Doesn’t include what you already know well.
People want everything fast. Though we have in-depth guides on building a gaming PC, in this one we try to cover it all in 1200 words, or roughly 6 minutes of reading. Timer on? Go!
From $25 to $250, let’s look at the bestselling gaming keyboards that you can buy in 2023.
4 cool fans for cool PCs.
We’ll build a sub-$1000 PC in this article. Including the monitor, keyboard, mouse, and headset, you’re looking at a cost of $700 (fully used) to $1,100 (fully new). You can also mix and match, so the total cost will be under $1,100 in most cases. There are also additional tips to bring down the cost further, taking you to $740 max.
Windows Security (previously Defender) is more than enough for most PCs. But more sensitive PCs might need an additional layer of protection. Let’s find out about the options.
Building a PC advantage #24: You can name it.
Windows, lights, cooling, wiring. Building a home/gaming PC is pretty tedious. But when it POSTs or beeps, your whole life feels like a grand success (except it’s not).
3.5mm? Bluetooth? USB? HDMI? I just want sound and mic!