RDNA vs Navi vs GCN

RDNA, Navi, and GCN. If you’ve searched about GPUs in the last few years, the chances of you coming across these terms are pretty high. These are different microarchitectures graphics cards are based on. To find out what each of them actually mean, we would first need to be aware … Keep Reading

Can You Use A Dual Processor Motherboard For Gaming

We are a familiar with what is a motherboard and how it works? It acts as a communication medium between your PC components. You put a CPU intro its socket, GPU into its PCIe slot, and connect I/O devices through ports and headers. But what if I told you that … Keep Reading

How To Check Your Computer Specs

Knowing your computer’s hardware specifications can help you in many ways. They guide you about the new components you can (or can not) install in the system, or what software or game you can run. Or even when you sell your PC, listing down all of its specs in the … Keep Reading

What Motherboard Do I Have?

A motherboard is the main circuit board of a computer. You can think of it as the medium through which your PC components and peripherals interact with each other. Many things are happening in a computer: The mouse and keyboard are the devices you use for input. The CPU processes … Keep Reading

HDMI vs DisplayPort vs DVI vs VGA

Display technology has undergone many changes over the years with new innovations sweeping the consumer market on a regular basis. We have come a long way from the old days of large, clunky CRT monitors to the cutting edge, high refresh rate, high-resolution displays that are currently available in the … Keep Reading

SSD vs. HDD: Which One is Better?

Once upon a time, computer hard drives were failure-prone mechanical storage devices. But if you have bought a computer in the last five-plus years, chances are your primary drive is a solid-state drive. But what are the differences between the two? Is one better than the other? There are quite … Keep Reading

NVMe vs M.2 vs SATA3: Overview and Comparison

When scanning through your motherboard’s specs, under the storage interface section, you are likely to meet two interface types, M.2 and SATA. In terms of the Serial AT Attachment interface, for the past decade we have been using SATA III but you are still liable to find older motherboards that … Keep Reading

What is Ambient Occlusion?

Over the years, game development has come a long way. From the basic graphics of the DOS and early Windows days to the incredibly detailed, rich, life-like visuals of today’s AAA titles, the evolution has indeed been a stunning thing to behold. During this evolution, numerous rendering and shading technologies … Keep Reading

What is Anti-Aliasing?

If you are a gamer, anti-aliasing is a term that you have surely encountered. If you have seen the term buried deep in your game settings or graphics card properties, it is important to know that anti-aliasing is a noteworthy feature that can make a huge difference to the quality … Keep Reading

What is the Thunderbolt 3?

A new technology has entered the ring in the world of data transfer, and it calls itself the Thunderbolt 3. Powered by Intel, this new piece of tech is taking massive advantage of the world of data transfer. For those unfamiliar with it, the Thunderbolt 3 is essentially a massive … Keep Reading