Although many users don’t think of their case as something that requires much thought, a PC’s case is actually the cornerstone of the entire system. Buying the right one requires careful consideration – so what should you look for before parting with your cash?
Once you have discovered what is inside your current PC, you have a big decision to make. Is your PC worth upgrading, or are you better off building or buying a system from scratch?
Solid State hard drives are supposedly the future, but the offers available so far have only been modestly better than mechanical drives. Now Intel has debuted its new solid-state drives, and it seems the company that defined the microprocessor will now do the same for the long-term memory market.
Upgrading to a multiple-GPU solution can result in a major increase in power, but there are numerous factors which must be considered before taking the plunge. Is your PSU up to the task? Will your PC run to hot? How much power can you expect? What will it cost? This article lays out the details.
This is the first article in a series devoted to the Phenom II processor. This article covers early indicators of Phenom II’s performance, including the Shanghai Opteron, a 45-nm server processor by AMD which is significantly similar to the Phenom II.
In 2006, Sony issued a battery recall that affected nearly every brand of laptop available. Now a second, smaller recall has been issued. If your laptop was purchased before September of 2006, it may have a defective battery.
Like muscle cars and fighter jets, there is a certain allure to fast computer hardware, an allure which causes some of us to demand nothing but the fastest, most extreme options available. If that sounds like what you’re looking for, then you must check out these three video cards. They are indisput
With the release of the Core i7, geeks everywhere are celebrating the release of one of the most interesting processors to come from Intel since the first dual-cores hit the market. But are these power new chips worth the premium?