PCIe vs SATA vs USB – Storage Interfaces Explained

As NAND flash technologies becoming more mature and advance in recent years, solid-state drives are now much more affordable and capable. Comparing with traditional HDDs, SSDs offers significantly better performance, especially on random read/write...
Curved Monitors

Monitor Curvature Explained

Curved monitors have become more wide spread, whether they are a gaming-oriented displays or large 4K televisions. Based on your desk setup and preferences, you may want monitors to have slightly different curvatures. But...

Intel Optane Memory Explained

When Intel introduced the Optane Memory to the public in April 2017, people became confused about what is the use of this new type of memory. The memory module uses a normal M.2 slot...
DDR5 RAM Explained

DDR5 RAM Explained

The DDR5 SDRAM standard was released by the JEDEC in July 2020. It was until Intel launched its 12th Generation (Alder Lake) Core processors, that mainstream consumers started to adapt the new technoloy in...
RAM Disk

RAM Disks Explained

It is now common to see NVMe SSDs to reach speeds over 3 GB/s, or upwards of 6 GB/s for PCIe Gen 4 drives. With RAM disks, you can even get more storage performance...
MBR and GPT Partition Table

MBR vs GPT – Partition Table Explained

When you plug in a newly-purchased HDD or SDD to the computer, the operating system will often ask you to initialize the disk. Have you ever wondered what the differences between MBR and GPT?...

LGA vs PGA – CPU Socket Types Explained

For the past decade, there are two major industry leaders in the CPU market, AMD and Intel. Customers always compare their technologies used in products, arguing which side is better. One of the most...

Are Computers Truly Multitask?

Have you ever thought that how your computers/processors be able to handle all the tasks given to them? You can open a lot of browser tabs, multiple programs, and watching YouTube videos all at...

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