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If you think that overclocking is solely for performance-obsessed geeks armed with bottles of liquid nitrogen, it’s time to reconsider!
In the third part of our guide to building an extreme gaming PC, we talk through processor options. AMD, Intel, FX, Core i5, Core i7? What’s right for you?
If you’re planning on upgrading your PC to Windows 10 in the near future, running the Windows 10 Insider Preview or taking the opportunity to buy a new PC, it’s worth spending a little time understanding the Windows 10 System Requirements.
While Intel cuts a swathe through the network attached storage category, we’re yet to see an AMD-based NAS Server hit the market. That’s set to change this week, however, courtesy of QNAP.
As a consumer, over the last 20 years of computing, you’d probably find it difficult to articulate the key developments in BIOS development. BIOS engineering (Basic Input Output System – the low-level code that starts up and manages the running of your hardware) doesn’t get a lot of headlines, and in truth, whilst BIOS code has improved over the years, it’s not the most fascinating. It all looks like DOS, and therefore must be a bit cheesy, right?
Until now. UEFI is here! That’s right, Unified Extensible Firmware Interface has replaced the BIOS in modern PCs. Let’s take a look.