HyperX’s brand new Pulsefire FPS Pro has released and it aims to improve upon it’s older sibling the Pulsefire FPS. It offers fully-customizable RGB lighting, an upgraded Pixart 3389 sensor, high quality switches all-around, and huge rubber grips.
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
Upgrading hardware is a normal part of owning a gaming computer, but knowing when to do that can be challenging. New hardware releases all the time, but you might not have to upgrade every time something newer comes out. A GTX 780 might not need an upgrade quite yet, but … Read More
If you’re stuck trying to figure out exactly what the difference is between an SSD vs HDD, you’re going to want to read this article. In it, I’m going to tell you exactly what you need to know to make an informed decision for your next storage upgrade. Solid State … Read More
[Update] The GPU shortage is over! Prices are back to normal and it’s easy to find all ranges of cards. I’m sure most of you have already noticed, but there’s another shortage of graphics cards and pretty much anything from the GTX 1050 Ti and up has become all but … Read More
Random Access Memory, or RAM, is one of those crucial components in a PC build that a lot of people seem to either overlook or know nothing about. So how much RAM is enough, and do you really need to run dual channel to get the best performance while gaming? Let’s … Read More