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First 2.5 inch 1TB SSDs to be released later this month

First 2.5 inch 1TB SSDs to be released later this month

If you haven’t already heard about SSDs, then you’re missing out on one of the easiest ways to speed up your computer. SSDs are basically a faster version of a traditional hard drive. Featuring no moving parts, SSDs can store and access data in a fraction of the time it takes an ordinary hard drive to do the same tasks. However, one of the big problems with SSDs is that they don’t have th

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Want to speed up your computer but can’t find the graphics card you need?

Want to speed up your computer but can’t find the graphics card you need?

If you read our blog frequently, then you know that we’ve told you many times how to speed up your computer by upgrading your graphics card. As any PC gamer knows, an upgraded graphics card leads to better video game performance and visuals and is a major factor in your computer’s overall speed. Unfortunately, some people who have wanted to upgrade their graphics cards may not have been abl

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Speed up your computer’s gaming performance with the GTX 690

Speed up your computer’s gaming performance with the GTX 690

Over the last few weeks, Nvidia had been teasing gamers with a big secret announcement. It promised to reveal everything on May 1. Well, Nvidia came through as promised, and on May 1, they revealed the GTX 690, which is basically the most powerful video card in existence today. It combines two GTX 680 cores into one card. With multiple heatsinks and one giant fan, the GTX 690 packs a serious punch

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Moore’s Law could soon be at an end

Moore’s Law could soon be at an end

If you don’t know who Gordon E. Moore is, that’s okay. In a 1965 paper, Mr. Moore made a bold prediction about the future of the computer industry. Specifically, he stated that the number of transistors on an integrated circuit would double every two years or so. Since 1965, this prediction has been surprisingly accurate. So accurate, in fact, that it has come to be known as Moore’s Law.

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  • Free Up Disk and Memory Space
  • Speed up your System
  • Fix System Errors And Crashes
  • Improve Internet Access
  • Boost Start-up Speed