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  • OEM vs Retail: Which Windows License You Should Settle With

    A few days ago my friend sent me a link to a website that is was selling Windows 10 key for a lot cheap. How cheap? Let’s say that the price disparity between both was in triple digits, and while it may not sound a lot, when you are talking…

  • Windows 10 Enterprise vs Pro: Which One a Business Should Get

    Buying a copy of Windows is fairly simple and straightforward. You can do it from your nearest retail store, or you can do it online. However, the real confusion comes into place when you have to decide which version to go with. With Microsoft releasing so many different versions of…

  • Bluetooth Classic vs Bluetooth LE (5)

    Bluetooth is the infamous wireless technology standard for the exchange and transmission of data over short distances. Since the advent of Bluetooth in 1999, it has seen numerous iterations over the past 20 years. It has paved the way for wireless communication; supporting wireless headphones, speakers, game controllers, and other…

  • Razer DeathAdder vs Razer Chroma Elite

    When it comes to gaming peripherals, Razer is not a company that shies away. The company has been giving us some of the finest components for some amazing prices, and the best part is that over the past couple of years, they have only improved. If you look at their…

  • The Witcher 3 vs Skyrim

    Two of the biggest names in the gaming industry at the moment are the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Yes, yes, we know that these games are old but we cannot forget the fact that people are still playing these games to date, and more importantly,…

  • Qualcomm Certified Chargers: Are They Worth It?

    If you are in the market looking for a new charger to buy, then you may come across chargers that have “Qualcomm Quick Charge” or “Qualcomm Certified” written on them. There is a lot of commotion that surrounds them, and some manufacturers are even going to the extent of charging…

  • Comparison: Aura Sync, Mystic Light, Gigabyte RGB Fusion and AsRock RGB

    The fact that the RGB lighting system has taken over the PC market is nothing surprising. This was supposed to happen, and the foreshadowing was done when we got the LED lights in the market for the first time. Someone had to be clever enough to figure out that if…

  • Mounting GPU Vertically: Does it affect thermals?

    In the modern day of PC building, the one trend that seems to be taking over is mounting your GPU vertically so you can show the beauty of it in all its glory. With many GPUs having RGB lighting on their shroud, it makes a lot more sense that way.…

  • Custom Water Cooling: The Best Coolant

    We have been spending some time talking about custom water-cooling and the good thing is that it certainly is one of the best things that you can do. Why? Because you can actually get a lot of performance out of your PC and not just that, aside from the performance…

  • Custom Water Cooling: Soft Tubing vs Hard Tubing

    We have already discussed that custom water-cooling is not only one of the best way to keep your PC cool, but also one of the best ways to make your PC look amazing. With the right color scheme, fitting, tubing, and coolant, you can make your PC truly your own,…

  • Custom Water Cooling: Is it Worth It?

    There is no denying that the world of PC gaming and PC building is one of the most amazing ones. Simply for the reason that you can make your PC just the way you want as there are limitless ways of customizing everything to the last detail. Sure, this gives…

  • How To Do Proper Cable Management in a PC

    There is nothing more exciting than the moment when you are done putting all the components in the PC, and you do a test boot only to realize that everything is up and running. However, the excitement soon takes a turn to dread when you realized that the back side…

  • Air Cooler vs Water Cooler: Which One is Better and Why?

    If you have just stepped into market, and you are looking for a good CPU cooler, you will find many choices available to you. Gone are the days when the choices were only limited to mediocre options. Nowadays, as long as you have the money, the PC market has a…

  • Photo of HTC U19e vs Moto Z4: How they differ?

    HTC U19e vs Moto Z4: How they differ?

    After remaining mum for more than eight months the Taiwanese smartphones manufacturer HTC is back with another couple of new mid-range phones including U19e and Desire 19+. Both the devices are bringing a number of special features to attract buyers. Being the U-lineup phone the U19e is packed with upper…

  • Are Truly Wireless Earbuds Worth It?

    We often see many people opting for wired earbuds, as they are free from issues regarding battery, connectivity or sound quality but we are witnessing that headphones cables are falling out of fashion. Wireless audio sounds better than ever. Compression formats for Bluetooth 5.0 are more reliable. Battery timings have…

  • EVGA Precision vs MSI Afterburner

    EVGA Precision and MSI Afterburner are two of the most common GPU monitoring and overclocking tools that are available in the market. The good news about both of these software solutions is that they are largely the same, and the best part is that regardless of the GPU you have,…

  • Motherboards: Asus vs MSI

    For anyone who is building a PC, whether it is for gaming or for some other tasks, the one important thing that we all need to consider is the motherboard. Now when it comes to motherboards, you have a long list of options available from amazing add-in board partners like…

  • RAM: 8GB vs 16GB

    If you are thinking about building a PC or just thinking about upgrading your current one. The one thing that you will most probably consider is going to be the RAM. Just how much RAM should I get? With RAM prices finally coming down drastically in 2019, many consumers are…

  • Shadowplay vs OBS

    If you are streamer or just someone who prefers to record game plays using capture cards and share them on different streaming platforms, then you may have heard about Shadowplay as well as OBS (Open Broadcaster Software). Both of these offerings have been on the mainstream for some time and…

  • Gaming Mice: Laser vs Optical Sensors

    For anyone who has had an experience with buying a computer mouse in the modern day and age, you may have had a run in options such as a laser mouse, and an optical mouse. For the longest time, gamers, as well as the retailers, have been confusing these mice…

  • VRAM: HBM2 vs GDDR5

    For anyone who is thinking about buying a new graphics card in the market, you will have to know about some basic information. Sadly, more advanced information like memory type is often overlooked entirely, and people do not really pay attention to it at all. If you have been buying…

  • Speakers: Active vs Passive

    If you are in the market looking for speakers, you will come across two types of speakers; active speakers and passive speakers. Now the thing is that this choice can easily confuse between both speakers since it is not an easy job to distinguish between both speakers until you are…

  • AMD X370 vs B350: Which is the better

    Ryzen definitely delivers on an intriguing promise. That promise is essentially great performance at a compelling price. With a higher clock count and great performance not just in gaming, but in productivity as well. It doesn’t matter if you’re a gamer or someone who does a lot of productivity on…

  • Adaptive Sync Monitors: Freesync vs G-Sync

    Monitors are the core aspect of any setup. If you don’t have a good display, you’re not taking advantage of all the amazing visuals games have to offer these days.  Everyone wants a great display for an immersive experience. When you’re buying a new monitor the first thing that comes…

  • RAM Speed: Does it matter?

    Everyone is familiar with the importance of RAM or memory in a system. It’s obviously a key component for any computer to function properly. You definitely don’t want to skimp out in this department of your system. But you should be aware of what type of memory you actually need so…