Category: Tehnic

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Raspberry Pi – Bassics

The Raspberry Pi is a series of credit card-sized single-board computers developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation with the intention of promoting the teaching of basic computer science in schools. The original Raspberry Pi is based on the Broadcom BCM2835 system on a chip (SoC), which includes an ARM1176JZF-S 700 MHz processor, VideoCore IV GPU, and was originally shipped with 256 megabytes...

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Genesis GX88 Review

In Q4 2014, Genesis added to the GX lineup a new gamming mouse with the name of GX88 as the flagship of the series. After 2 weeks of usage I finally decided doing a review on this piece of gear and let me tell you, it`s a pretty nice bang for the buck. Starting off with the outside, this mouse it`s fitting me like a...

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NVMe: Explained

NVM Express or NVMe is a specification for accessing solid-state drives, attached through the PCIe bus. NVM stands for non-volatile memory, which is used in SSDs. It was designed from ground up, capitalizing on low latency and high performance. Up until now, SSDs were mostly using SATA or SAS for interfacing with the rest of the computer. Since they became faster by the day, the...

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Sliding Search Form – Tutorial

So you have written your first website, and you want to make the search form more interesting. Yay! You are hero. The only thing that sets you back is your lack of ideas on how to do that. Fear no more as I will be showing you how to spice-up your search form by making the search input slide out of the search button. Let`s...

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FreeSync : Explained

As an response to Nvidia`s G-Sync, AMD released a new standard in terms of adaptive sync technology. In the spirit of the company, they made the standard free to use and royalty-free. Adaptive sync is a technology that prevents Screen Tearing without the lag caused by V-Sync. This achieved by sending a signal from the GPU through the DisplayPort cable to the monitor. This signal...

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Cooling solutions: Explained

We all have them in our computers. Even if we don`t realize it, the cooler/coolers in our computers are the most important component. It helps with keeping down the temperature of our processing units, so that they can operate at max efficiency. There are a lot of ways of cooling your heat producing components. Ranging from normal air coolers all the way to the exotics...

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Browser Benchmark

The statistics say that Google`s Chrome is the most used browser. This is true without a question, but another question is to be put: Is it the fastest? The answer isn`t that hard, but I decided on doing some benchmarks to find out if I was right. The results were a bit surprising. The benchmarks were done on my own PC with the configuration from...

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Android 5.0 Review

Over 81% of smartphones are using Android, and the Android smartphone market-share has increased by at least 20% since 2012. If that does not make you think a bit, let me introduce you to Android 5.0 Lollipop: “The biggest release in the history of Android”. What makes Android 5.0 so special is the way improved user interface, better performance in certain work-loads, way better battery...

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M.2: Explained

Up till now, known as NGFF or Next Generation Form Factor, it is a specification of internally mounted computer expansion cards and associated connectors. It was designed to replace the age old mSATA standard. M.2 brings a multitude of improvements over mSATA, some of them are in the speed department and the others are in the usability department. What makes M.2 special is the ability...

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HTTP/2: Explained

After over 15 years from the initial launch of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol, IESG approved HTTP/2 as the successor to the original protocol. This will bring a vast improvement in a lot of ways in the internet department. Basically, the Hypertext Transfer Protocol is an application protocol for distributed, collaborative, hypermedia information system. That means that HTTP is the foundation of the web. Without this...