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  • If you're building a gaming PC and wondering what would be the best type of RAM for your gaming rig, then here's a look at my favorites. Also learn whether CAS Latency and Speed Matter for gaming.

    Best DDR3 Gaming RAM and PC Memory 2019

    Best DDR3 Gaming RAM and PC Memory 2019

    by Brandon Hart3

  • In this article I bring to you a quick look at AMD's CrossFire technology in 2018. I test and review benchmarks of CrossFired RX 580s and CrossFired RX Vega 64 across 2 games and give you my recommendations. So, is CrossFire worth it in 2018? Red below and find out.

    AMD CrossFire Technology in 2018 With Benchmark Results

    AMD CrossFire Technology in 2018 With Benchmark Results

    by William Cobb2

  • External drives should always be removed correctly using the Safe to Remove Hardware icon but sometimes there is a problem and it will not work. By running services.msc, the problem can usually be fixed.

    Safe to Remove Hardware Icon Not Working

    Safe to Remove Hardware Icon Not Working

    by Susan May Gudge0

  • The Redragon K561 VISNU Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is an inexpensive mechanical gaming keyboard for both PC gaming and typing. It comes with RGB lighting and media function keys. It's a great product but has some drawbacks. Is it worth buying if you're gaming on a budget? Let's find out!

    Electronics Review: Redragon K561 Visnu Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

    Electronics Review: Redragon K561 Visnu Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

    by ReViewMeMedia0

  • Why pay a high price for a computer monitor when you can use an HDTV for a lot less. Here’s the scoop on my experience and what I learned from my research when searching for a good monitor for my desktop computer.

    The Best Computer Monitor is an HDTV

    The Best Computer Monitor is an HDTV

    by Glenn Stok44

  • In this article, I review the AMD Radeon VII. The Radeon VII was released on February 7, 2019 and is AMD's latest offering to compete with nVidia's RTX 20-series graphics cards.

    AMD Radeon VII Release Review and Benchmarks

    AMD Radeon VII Release Review and Benchmarks

    by William Cobb0

  • Android things is Google's port of open source Android OS for embedded devices such as low powered IoT devices. This article is about how to setup your Raspberry Pi 3 with Android Things OS and harness the power of vast amount of Low level as well as Android APIs for purpose of IoT.

    Getting Started With Android Things Using Raspberry Pi

    Getting Started With Android Things Using Raspberry Pi

    by Davinder Singh2

  • In this article, I am reviewing the performance of the nVidia GTX 1080 Ti in early 2019. How does it perform? Read below to find out.

    nVidia GTX 1080 Ti in January 2019

    nVidia GTX 1080 Ti in January 2019

    by William Cobb0

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