EATX, ATX, Micro ATX, and Mini ITX: What’s the Difference?

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Spread the loveTweet When purchasing a computer, either as a pre-built unit or as individual pieces, you’ll come across a somewhat confusing specification. It’ll claim that the PC is “ATX”…


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PCI vs. USB WiFi Adapters: Which Is Right for You?

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Spread the loveTweet WiFi has become a central part of connecting to the Internet. If you’re not fortunate enough to be able to connect via ethernet, WiFi is still a…


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A Guide to Intake/Exhaust Fans and Airflow for Your Desktop Computer

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Spread the loveTweet It’s no hidden secret that the key to keeping your computer’s components cool is to use fans. High-end graphics cards have them built in by default, and…


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How to Prepare the Perfect External Hard Disk for Storing Movies

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Spread the loveTweet Backing up your movies to a hard drive so you can hook them up to a TV or games console is every movie buff’s fantasy, and it’s…


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How to Extend Your WiFi Coverage

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Spread the loveTweet Virtually everyone has experienced a dreaded “dead-spot” in their wireless network. We’ve all been there. We all know the frustration of being interrupted during a stream so…


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What Is Intel Optane Memory and How Does It Work?

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How Important Are Surge Protectors for PCs?

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