Computing

Common PC Building Mistakes

Ask anyone about what they’d consider the best gaming PC out there, and chances are that the answer from those who’ve experienced will be the same: one that you’ve built according to your needs and wants. Yes, while you can qualitatively rank certain things and…
ComputingPeripherals

Mechanical vs Membrane Keyboards Comparison

Your keyboard is your point of connection to your computer, and it is thus important to have one that works well with your fingers. Mechanical and membrane keyboards differ not only in how they function fundamentally but also in how they perform for users. Today, we settle…
Computing

Hyperthreading: Everything You Need to Know

Hyperthreading both acts and sounds like something out of a 90’s sci-fi film. This article seeks to demystify hyperthreading by defining it, simplifying it, explaining how hyperthreading works and helping you decide if it’s of any use to you, cool and desirable as it may…
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32-bit vs 64-bit: What's the Difference?

Even if you do not know anything about tech, you have probably still heard about the 32- vs 64-bit debate when it comes to processors. But since 64-bit clearly seems to be dominating modern computing, does the debate even matter and should you care? Keep on reading to find…
Computing

Antialiasing: Everything You Need to Know

Antialiasing is the next big thing in tech – or, at least, it’s a sensationalist way to start off an article, in spite of being pretty much meaningless and untrue. Antialiasing is a very, very powerful tool, however, one that’s often holding up the very structure of a…
Computing

The Best DisplayPort Cables in 2021

There are numerous ways to transmit the audio-video signal from the source device to your monitor or a TV. One of the most common ones is definitely an HDMI cable; however, there are also some other quality options and one of the most efficient ones is definitely a…
ComputingTV and Audio

The Best HDMI Switches in 2021

Today, even if you are just a modest multimedia user, you need a lot of HDMI connections on your TV, PC, or similar device. The main reason for that is that the majority of consoles, soundbars, DVD and Blu-ray players, etc. uses HDMI for data transmission. In other words, if…
Computing

PCI Express (or PCIe): Everything You Need to Know

PCIe stands for Peripheral Component Interconnect Express, and it is a standard for internal devices on a computer. If you are curious as to what the difference is between PCI Express vs PCI on its own: PCI express refers to the actual expansion slots on the motherboard into…
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How to Check Your Computer Specs

The reasons for you to know your computer specifications are numerous. Maybe you need to sell your PC or want to know if a certain program or game will run on it. However, what if you don’t know them, or you forgot them? What if you have lost or thrown away your laptop/PC…
ComputingSoftware

The Best Custom PC Builders in 2021

Today’s article is based on the premise that building your gaming rig instead of buying a “brand one” is a better choice both in terms of money and performance for the buck spent, hence we’ll discuss a hot issue: what’s the best custom gaming pc…
ComputingTV and Audio

The Best HDMI Splitters in 2021

If you ever needed to share the signal between the multiple screens, you are probably more than aware of the importance of having an HDMI splitter, and how this little gadget can help you with your business or home entertainment. However, being aware of its importance and…