If you are planning to build a gaming PC, you should allocate at least 60% of your budget to your graphics card. A GPU is the most expensive part in a gaming PC and is very hard to upgrade it soon. Even if you think of crossfire/SLI in near future you must have a powerful primary GPU to make it work efficiently.
You can upgrade every other component in your PC slowly but not your graphics card. So buy a best in your price-point at this moment.
Many of us want to make our pc fast and in most case the component holding it back is RAM. In this section we will understand when to upgrade RAM and what things we need to know before making a purchase.Read More »
We will now test the performance for the PC we had build earlier. You can check it here. We ran Assassin’s creed syndicate in 1080p resolution. We tested in ultra and high with both anti-aliasing turned off and stock settings. Watch this video to learn more.Read More »
Once it comes to all of us, doesn’t it? I guess the above image explained it all. War is actually between different consoles and not between a PC and a console. We can compare apples to apples but not a triple cheese sub with an apple. I can explain you why in this article.Read More »
Let me introduce to Myyy Prrecioussss collection. Some of them are lost, deleted by antivirus (rest in peace) etc. This hard drive is almost full and its time now to buy a new one. Anyways take a look and let me know yours.
The term dual channel refers to a DDR motherboards chipset that’s designed with two memory channels instead of one.The two channels handle memory-processing more efficiently by utilizing the theoretical bandwidth of the two modules, thus reducing system latency, the timing delays that inherently occur with one memory module. For example, one controller reads and writes data while the second controller prepares for the next access, hence, eliminating the reset and setup delays that occur before one memory module can begin the read/write process all over again.