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?
Why are we talking about a 7 year old GPU anyway? Is GTX 770 still good?
The M2 SSDs are all the rage. They cost a fortune, but are they worth it? You’ll find that it depends on your priorities.
A lowdown on AMD vs. Intel in terms of CPU power, price, and performance for PC gamers. Make an informed decision next time.
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.
60fps at 1080p is the minimum quality right now for gamers of all types. Most gamers want 4K and 120fps. But if you don’t care about higher framerates and larger resolutions, then let’s find the perfect Nvidia video card for your gaming experience!
The GeForce RTX 3090 is not a Ti card. Ti cards are usually based on a different architecture. And it’s too slow to be a Titan. It’s simply a card for those who want to shell $1500.
You don’t. But once you taste the loading speeds of an SSD, you’ll never want to go back to an HDD.
The main boss everyone fears: heat. A case needs proper cooling to give the desired gameplay output and fans are the most important part for cooling a case. So, how many do you need?