SSD NAND Flash Explained – TLC Vs QLC NAND

SSDs are becoming cheaper and cheaper every day. So it is getting confusing when you are going to buy an SSD for your computer and found the same capacity drives with a huge price difference. This is happening due to two different individual flash memories being used in SSDs. In consumer-grade, TLC and QLC are … Read more

USB Hubs: Things You Should Know Before Purchasing

USB hubs are commonly used nowadays. With the increasing popularity of laptops, people are preferring USB hubs instead of directly connecting devices to the laptop. The reasons here are quite obvious. With the constant plug-in and out, tear the USB ports over time, and also there’s a limited number of USB ports in the laptops. … Read more

Desktop Vs Laptop: Same Configuration Perform Differently: Why?

Don’t know guys have you ever noticed or not? Always, if you compare the performance of a desktop and a laptop with the same specifications let’s say both have Intel core i7 chip, 32GB RAM paired with an NVIDIA RTX 3070Ti GPU, their performance varies significantly. The desktop paired with i7 and RTX 3070Ti will … Read more

Wi-Fi Card For PC – Things You Should Know

If you are owning a desktop then probably you don’t have Wi-Fi integrated. To access Wi-Fi sometimes we purchase cheap Wi-Fi dongles which neither offer proper speed nor stability. Obviously, just to get Wi-Fi replacing the motherboard is not an option instead Wi-Fi cards could come in handy. So, let’s take a deep look, what … Read more

Power Supply & Chargers Can Hack Your PC & Laptop

Have you heard of Air-Gapped computers? If not, then let me tell you that those computers that aren’t connected to the internet, Wi-Fi, and even Bluetooth are called air-gapped computers. Mostly in industrial environments, these kinds of computer systems are used to protect the machinery or production system from unwanted access, and also often it’s … Read more

M.2 PCIE NVME Sizes Explained! 2280 2260 2242 etc.

When we’re dealing with SSDs, there are so many different things that come to confuse us. It starts from different types, sizes, form factors, connectors, and speeds – a single variation could result in a huge performance difference and cost. As with one of the previous articles we have talked about the different protocols of … Read more

Things You Should Know Before Purchasing a UPS

In one of our previous articles, I talked about how a UPS could potentially save your computer from all the different power problems – voltage fluctuations, power surge, blackout, and power burnout. However, all the UPS are not the same. Not all of them offer all the protections and even not all of them handle … Read more

UPS – How it Could Protect Your Computer from Power Outage?

So, you have just finished building your PC by just investing thousands of dollars, while plugging into the wall outlet it just explodes. Just kidding but do you know inconsistent of power could bring serious issues to your thousand-dollar machine? Yes, sudden power failures, voltage fluctuations, and crucially power surges would destroy your PC. A … Read more

Why Should You Not Future Proof Your PC?

If you’re planning to build a new PC or thinking of buying a laptop then probably you have heard about the term ‘Future Proof’. It is quite common if you want to make sure your PC could be usable, can handle everything latest in the upcoming years and it’s not going to get outdated anytime … Read more

Laptop hinge is broken: What to Do at the First Sight?

When we heard about a broken laptop, in most of cases, it is broken from the hinge. It’s the weakest part of a laptop. Hinges are actually moving parts and constant usage will wear and tear it over time. Any kind of rough handling would easily break the hinge. If your laptop’s hinge is broken … Read more

What is TDP or Thermal Design Power? Explained!

Thermal Design Power aka TDP, when you’re choosing a processor, you could find this term on its specification. Not only on Processors, but TDP is also mentioned everywhere from CPU, GPU, RAM Chips, and NAND Flash of the SSDs to all those ICs who are generating a lot of heat during their operation. So, what … Read more

(DIY) How to Fix Front USB Ports Of Your PC?

As a desktop user, you may have seen a problem when connecting a device to the front USB Port of the cabinet of the PC – “USB Device isn’t Recognised”. Yes, it’s a common issue. The culprit of this problem is generally the USB Port or the USB Cable you’re using. It gets worse when … Read more