Computing

What Is V-SYNC: Everything You Need to Know

V-Sync is the natural remedy for the feared and infamous phenomenon of screen tearing. Shorthand for visual synchronization, V-Sync is a process that works with your GPU and monitor in-tandem to resolve the problems created by screen tears, notoriously during gaming. The…
Computing

Liquid vs Air CPU Cooling

All computers generate heat, regardless of whether they’re personal setups or heavy-duty gaming PCs. To keep your machine cooled down and happy, you need to invest in an appropriate CPU cooler. This article will answer your liquid cooling vs air cooling dilemma by…
Misc

USB 3.0, 3.1, Gen 1, Gen 2 Explained

USBs (short for Universal Service Bus) have connected the whole world. Their popularity burgeoned them onto the global market a little over a decade ago when the introduction of the USB 3.0 made the technology accessible and extremely beneficial for personal and professional…
Computing

CPU Specs Explained: Everything You Need to Know

CPU specs are something you need to be familiar with whether you’re buying a new CPU or just upgrading an old one. These are, in no particular order, the most popular terms used when it comes to CPU specs, explained. Manufacturer The first thing listed under CPU specs is…
Computing

Intel Xeon Processor: Everything You Need to Know

The Intel Xeon Platinum processor has been all over the news lately, and for good reason. This new processor is a powerhouse designed especially for hosting large networks, but it has other uses as well. This article covers everything you need to know about the Intel Xeon…
ComputingStorage

SSD Cache: Everything You Need to Know

One of the benefits of picking an SSD in the SSD VS HDD debate is the ability to install the SDD as a boot drive. This, in effect, gives you the maximum speed that can be achieved by the SDD – if, that is, it has the capacity, and if a secondary data drive can be…
TV and Audio

TV Viewing Angle: Everything You Need to Know

Not all TVs are created equal, and that’s a fact. Between the various types of resolution (reading lists comparing the best HDs to the best 4K TVs) and in deciding between the best OLEDs or the best QLEDs, it’s okay to get confused when making a new purchase. Some…
TV and Audio

Motion Interpolation: Everything You Need to Know

Motion interpolation is a well-intentioned feature in many televisions and screens that can make your million-dollar budget films look like a mockbuster from the Philippines directed and produced by student interns pulling double shifts. Also known as motion smoothing or the…
TV and Audio

Local Dimming: Everything You Need to Know

LCD televisions do not ‘create’ light themselves. Rather, this is the work of the backlight, an illumination that produces the image that you see. This is in contrast (no pun intended) to older televisions, which is apparent in both the fact that pictures now are much…