Fix PC Games Stuttering

Unless you’re a total beginner to PC gaming, you’ll know that games can stutter sometimes – even if you have a seemingly high-end PC. It’s often characterized by a game freeze, game lag, or input lag for a short period of time (usually microseconds). Since it usually happens during the … Keep Reading

Best Fan Setup for Corsair 275R Airflow

Short Answer: The default push-pull configuration is the best for Corsair 275R Airflow. But you’ll have to shift preinstalled fans at the top if you use a 280/360mm rad at the front. No matter how well you manage your cables or keep your PC dust-free, the airflow will suffer if … Keep Reading

Best Motherboards for Corsair 275R Airflow

The Corsair 275R Airflow is a mid-tower chassis with a minimalist design. It aims to give you tempered glass side panel, good thermal performance out of the box, and plenty of AIO options in a compelling price. This is a big reason why many users opt for it when building … Keep Reading

Graphics Card won’t Fit on Motherboard

“My GPU won’t fit into motherboard!” Visit any PC-focused forum or subreddit out there and you’ll see a good chunk of people asking this question. Although PC building is not a complex task, it can be slightly overwhelming for the beginners. Watching someone building a PC on YouTube is one … Keep Reading

What is SSD Cache

SSDs and HDDs are the two types of storage devices used in mainstream computers these days. While SSDs are really faster and more reliable than HDDs, many people still prefer the latter (at least as their main storage device) due to their cheaper cost. With that said, you can increase … Keep Reading

Curved vs Flat Ultrawide Monitor

Unless you’re living under a rock lately, you’ll be aware that ultrawide monitors have gained popularity among PC users in the last few years. These monitors come with same height as traditional monitors, but have wider screens with 21:9 aspect ratio (compared to 16:9 aspect ratio of regular monitors). Ultrawide … Keep Reading

What is GPU Scaling

One thing we all love about PC gaming is customizability. No matter how big/small your budget is, there are tons of hardware components you can choose from to build your PC. The same goes for PC monitors where you get a lot of different models based on their screen sizes, … Keep Reading

What Graphics Card Do I Have

Whenever we decide to buy a new PC game, our first thought is something like this: “Will my PC run this game well?”. This is important because AAA titles are not cheap, with most of them costing more than $50 these days. And it’s not limited to games either. Different … Keep Reading

TV vs Monitor: Which One is Better for Gaming?

So you have the budget to buy a nice television or monitor to play your games on but aren’t quite sure which one is the better choice. The reality is they both have their pros and cons, and the decision will ultimately come down to what you can afford and … Keep Reading

Best GPU For 1080p 144Hz Gaming

Upgrading to that 144Hz gaming monitor sounds like an epic plan but usually, it’ll require a new GPU. When the old GPU is no longer cutting the mustard, breaking past a smooth 60 fps is the first challenge otherwise there isn’t much of a reason to upgrade. If you want … Keep Reading