SSD vs. HDD: Which One is Better?

Once upon a time, computer hard drives were failure-prone mechanical storage devices. But if you have bought a computer in the last five-plus years, chances are your primary drive is a solid-state drive. But what are the differences between the…

A520 vs B550 vs X570 Chipset

AMD just recently announced the new A520 chipset, a new chipset which is compatible with some of the Ryzen CPUs and is a follow-up to the A320 chipset from 2017. Today, I will be delving deep into the A520 chipset…

Is NVIDIA G-SYNC Worth It?

G-SYNC is a technology produced by NVIDIA, released for the public in 2013. They claimed it to be a ‘groundbreaking technology’ that would change the course of PC gaming, allowing gamers to enjoy overall smoother gameplay. It was produced to…

What is Monitor Response Time

Buying a monitor is not an easy task as you have to consider a lot of factors including screen size, screen resolution, refresh rate, panel type, and video input. While all these factors are a good way to differentiate one…

What Graphics Card Do I Have

Whenever we decide to buy a new PC game, our first thought is something like this: “Will my PC run this game well?”. This is important because AAA titles are not cheap, with most of them costing more than $50…

What Motherboard Do I Have?

A motherboard is the main circuit board of a computer. You can think of it as the medium through which your PC components and peripherals interact with each other. Many things are happening in a computer: The mouse and keyboard…

GPU Fans Not Spinning

Every graphics card comes with one or two fans, with some high-end models even coming with 3. It’s because they’re critical in maintaining the temperature of the graphics card while it’s rendering graphics during games. As you can imagine, you…