Properly Reviewing Gaming Mice

When looking for a new mouse, most people will on YouTube to check their favorite TechTuber and hear their opinion about some mouse they wanted to pick. While it’s easy and enough for most people, most TechTubers are not properly reviewing gaming mice. And a proper review is crucial for …

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Intel KabyLake: What should you expect?

Intel KabyLake, the new lineup of 14nm CPUs, was apparently previewed at IDF last week but the attendees had to sign an NDA (Non Disclosure Agreement) so they couldn’t talk about it. Nonetheless, it has ended today and the new lineup that would finally break the old Intel “Tick Tock” …

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Transistors: How Are They Made?

In my last article about CPUs which you can check out here, I briefly mentioned how CPUs are made as well as transistors which is the topic of today’s article. A minor knowledge in physics is needed, although I’ll mention most of it while going through it. So as I …

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Fully Fonctioning 329 USD MacOS Laptop!

    What is it? The HacBook Elite, which is a Fully Fonctioning 329 USD MacOS Laptop, is a so-called Hackintosh laptop that’s capable to run macOS and is quick enough to boot in only 15 seconds. It comes inside a HP laptop case and is fully upgradable after purchase, …

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CPU Terminologies and what they mean

You may have heard about these words or seen them in some articles before, but asked yourself: What do they even mean? In this article we’re going to talk about some CPU Terminologies and what they mean 1. Clock (“Frequency”) CPUs don’t randomly process instructions every time they have a …

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Opera brings free Android VPN service

Opera brings free Android VPN service via its Android App, allowing you to visit websites anonymously , change your virtual location and stop sites from tracking you around the web. Get super fast access to everything you love on the web, for free! And you’re no longer limited by your …

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Get Fit Get Paid

  Get Fit Get Paid! that what makes a great and appealing business model Sweatcoin The British app tracks your activity and pays you accordingly in its digital currency, for every 1,000 steps walked you earn 0.95 Sweatcoin ( SWC ), which can be traded for real-life products or services through the in-app store. …

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How to revive nearly dead laptops

I have had a rough experience with my laptop for a while. A dead GPU, a CPU that decided to stop Turbo boosting and paging issues… I used these steps to make it barely work so it can fulfill my needs, and this may help you revive nearly dead laptops …

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Nvidia quietly launching 3GB GTX 1060

      Nvidia quietly launching 3GB GTX 1060 version, but that’s not all! In order to meet the $200 price tag to compete with its rival the RX 480, it has some other slight downgrades The GTX 1060 3GB, as the name implies, is limited to a 3GB RAM …

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Intel taps 3D NAND to push PCIe-based SSDs into the mainstream

      Intel’s new drives take aim at different market segments from the embedded category all the way up to data centers. The one that’s of most interest to home consumers at large is the 600p series. These aren’t enthusiast grade solutions that push the performance envelope, though compared …

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