The Most Commonly Used PC Hardware (According to Steam)

Updated: September 21st, 2018Author: BrantonCategory: GuidesLeave a Comment

Ever wondered what everyone else was running in their system? Questioning how your build stacks up against the average? Are you above it, or below it? Or, are you somewhere in the middle. Thanks to statistics from the Steam Hardware Survey, you don’t have to wonder any longer. With that … Read More

Desktop vs Laptop – What’s the best for gaming?

Updated: February 12th, 2019Author: BrantonCategory: Guides2 Comments

When it comes to picking out a new computer, there will almost always be reasons to consider both laptops and desktops. But, which platform is the best and which one should you buy? That’s exactly what we’re going to explore in this article by looking at the various differences between … Read More

How to easily monitor CPU and GPU usage when gaming

Updated: April 24th, 2019Author: BrantonCategory: Guides4 Comments

Monitoring your CPU and GPU usage when gaming is something we all want to do from time to time. Whether you’re trying to find a bottleneck, or you’re just curious, knowing how hard your computer is working is never a bad thing. But, how do you get a performance overlay like … Read More

How to quickly fix Easy Anti-Cheat’s Error 20006 (and 1072)

Updated: September 4th, 2018Author: BrantonCategory: Guides1 Comment

In games like Fortnite, Far Cry 5, For Honor, Rust, Scum, and anything else that runs Easy Anti-Cheat, it’s possible to get an Error Code 20006 … StartService failed: 1058 (or alternatively a 1072 error). These errors are extremely annoying and both result in you not being able to play the game … Read More

What to consider before you upgrade your CPU

Updated: January 18th, 2019Author: BrantonCategory: GuidesLeave a Comment

When it comes time to upgrade your CPU, there are a few things you have to consider. Will it work with your current motherboard, or will you have to upgrade? Will the CPU you want actually deliver worthwhile results? Upgrading a CPU is quite a bit different than upgrading your … Read More