Category: Explained

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Quantum Computing: Explained

  If you will ask any expert, he will say that quantum computers are the next logical step in the evolution of computing. In this article I will walk you through what this new technology brings to the table and how useful it all is, but first let`s get down to the unit. In basic computer, the memory is made up of bits, where each...

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GTX 970 Controversy: Explained!

Couple of months ago, NVidia launched their new series of GPU`s promising outstanding performance at resolutions of up to 4K. As the weeks passed the GTX 980 and 970 raised their crowns and affirmed that they are the best graphics card on the market at the date. All of this turned really bad for the 970, when some reviewers detected that there were some problems...

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USB Type-C : Explained

A while ago, there were a lot of rumors about a new type of USB connector. All of those rumors were confirmed couple of months ago, when those information leaked and so the Type-C saga began. This story took a little bit of inertia, this week at CES 2015 (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, where MSI presented a motherboard that had one Type-C port...

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Water Cooling : Explained! – Closed Loops

AIOs or Closed Loop Systems as they are also called, are the entry level segment of the whole water-cooling thing. This makes them really cheap in comparison to custom loops, but there are some downsides that you need to take into consideration when you are making up your mind about acquiring one product in this range. But first of all, let`s talk about the basics...

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Water Cooling: Explained!

Recently, I`ve been asked by one friend what is water cooling and why it`s such a big fuss around it. This question has flicked some switches inside my head, and decided to write an article about this subject. As it is a fairly big subject, this article will stretch among 3 parts. This one will be a shorter one, because, I`ll cover all the generalities,...

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Windows 10: Explained

Yesterday, The 30th of September, Microsoft held a big developer event, at which they talked about the next version of Windows. They prepared us a little bit of a surprise, and also they showed us a lot of features that we were waiting for a long time. So without any further of due, here are my thoughts about the upcoming version of windows. I said...

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DDR4: Explained

This week we are talking about the latest iteration of the Double Data Rate type of memory. The subjects we will be discussing this week are: Why DDR4 is better than previous iteration? What are the prices of the new generation? The latest generation of DDR is bringing as always a reduction in voltage that runs through the chips, which translates directly into a significantly...

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LGA 2011-3 : Explained

This week, as I promised, we are talking about the new revision of the 2011 socket. To be exact the third one. We will be talking about backwards compatibility and what this particular revision brings new to the table. Firstly I want to say that unfortunately this revision denies any backwards compatibility idea. Yes, it has the same number of pins and it is the...

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4K: Explained

I guess that you all heard at least once about a so called 4K resolution, UHD or Ultra HD, which basically means the exact same thing: a new resolution that is meant to make our display look more realistic. There are a lot of good things but also there are bad things. First, I want to talk a little bit about what is a resolution....

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NVIDIA Maxwell – Part 2

Last week I was talking about the Maxwell GPUs and how they are not a clear shot of what NVIDIA is trying to do, but as days passed they finally launched the SKUs with those GPUs on board, so I thought to make some things clear. Now as you all of you probably know, the new 750 Ti is selling for around 170 bucks, that`s...