SSD vs HDD

SSD vs HDD
What are the differences between SSD and HDD? The main difference between a solid state drive and a hard disk drive is that data is stored on either a small, flash memory chip or a large, spinning memory disk, but this difference plays out across a numberRead more

How to know if laptop motherboard is bad

How to know if laptop motherboard is bad

Many people usually blames bad motherboard if they experience problems with their laptop. But how do you make certain it’s a laptop motherboard issue and not any other component? The thing is, there are other issues caused by a specific component that may be misconstrued as a motherboard

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NVMe vs M.2 vs SATA

NVMe vs M.2 vs SATA

One of the bigger breakthroughs for PC hardware in modern memory has been the solid state drive. And with data transfer speeds many multiples of traditional 7200 RPM and even 10,000 RPM drives, it’s easy to see why. Not only are boot and shut down speeds much

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Average Temperature of The Processor

Average Temperature of The Processor

The appropriate operating temperature of your processor depends on its manufacturer, top clock speed, where the sensor is located, and what programs it is currently running. However, this document should give you a general idea of what temperatures are acceptable under certain conditions. The majority of today’s

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Backup Solution for Business

Backup Solution for Business

QNAP Turbo NAS performs as an ideal backup center, with large storage capacity and excellent file transfer speed to greatly assist businesses on efficient backup tasks. In addition to being a backup center, the Turbo NAS can also have its data backed up to external storage devices,

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Remote VS Onsite Computer Repair Service

Remote VS Onsite Computer Repair Service

When you’re having trouble with your computer/pc, you have two basic option. One choice is to fix the problem yourself. The other choice is to get someone else to fix it for you. You actually have several computer service options, including tech support if your warranty is still

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Getting Your PC Repair

Getting Your PC Repair
Computer Beeping When there is a failure of any of the hardware parts that are connected to your computer (RAM, CPU, PCI,...), the computer makes a series of beeps. The pattern of beeps represents the diagnostic. The motherboard is telling you what part is failing.Checking your motherboard'sRead more

Hybrid hard drives

Hybrid hard drives

An SSD can read and write data many times faster than the best mechanical hard drive. On the downside, flash memory is many times more expensive than the innards of a typical hard drive, so manufacturers have limited their SSD capacities to hit reasonable price points: A

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SATA M.2 NGFF SSDs

SATA M.2 NGFF SSDs

M.2 NGFF (Next Generation Form Factor) solid state drives are space saving high-speed non-volatile storage solutions to be used in upcoming high performance laptops. Smaller, lighter, and consuming less power – M.2 drives maximize performance and usage in mobile devices when used as a cache drive (in

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SSD vs HDD

SSD vs HDD

Most people now buy laptops for their computing needs and have to make the decision between getting either a Solid State Drive (SSD) or Hard Disk Drive (HDD) as the storage component.  So which of the two is the better choice, an SSD or HDD? There’s no straight-forward answer

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