NVMe vs. M.2 vs. SATA

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Last Updated on September 14, 2020 by Scott Krager For anyone who is in the market looking for a new storage drive, you will run into a lot of options. The thing is that the whole storage landscape has shifted to a point that people are not having any issues buying the storage they want.... Read more →

Best Settings For Assassin’s Creed: Odessey

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Last Updated on September 14, 2020 by Scott Krager Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey is a sprawling marvel of a game. However, as with most of the Ubisoft games in the market, this too, happens to be quite taxing on the PC components. At first, most of the gamers were wondering if this is just related to... Read more →

How Much Should You Spend on a PC Desktop for Gaming in 2020

Last Updated on September 24, 2020 by Scott Krager Around this time last year, trying to build a gaming PC from scratch was a nightmare. Cryptocurrency miners were driving the price of graphics cards sky high, not to mention overly priced RAMs as well. Luckily, things have cooled off a bit, and PC gaming is affordable... Read more →

WD Black vs. Blue vs. Green Hard Drives

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Last Updated on September 14, 2020 by Scott Krager If you are in the market looking for a new hard drive from Western Digital, then you will realize that the company is known for color coding their hard drives. There is nothing surprising about this as different companies have different methods of differentiating between their... Read more →

Intel Processor Letter Meanings Explained

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Last Updated on September 14, 2020 by Scott Krager Intel is more or less the king when it comes to processors in the market. Sure, AMD has managed to take some of the sweet shares, but the battle is far from over. Well, we would have loved to talk more about the situation at hand,... Read more →

Should You Game On A Server CPU

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Last Updated on September 14, 2020 by Scott Krager For those who are following the PC gaming scenario, there is a rising trend in gamers going for server CPUs like Intel Xeon and playing games on those CPUs rather than spending money on a mainstream desktop CPU. The reason behind that is that if you... Read more →

What is SSD Over Provisioning

Last Updated on September 14, 2020 by Scott Krager If you are in the market looking for a solid-state drive, the chances are that you might see the same solid-state drive have two different storage spaces mentioned on the box. As far as the larger number from the two is concerned, that is representing the... Read more →