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Motherboards based on the AMD B550 chipset were the first mainstream boards to support PCI-Express 4.0. Already at launch (mid-2020), there were plenty of B550 ...

At the start of 2023, entry-level GPUs are once again widely available at reasonable price levels. Also, Intel is in the process of entering the market to ...

Over the past decades of PC hardware evolution, no other upgrade has dramatically improved the overall user experience as much as the shift from hard drives to ...

The gaming graphics card market made a U-turn for the better last year. Shortages are now a thing of the past and so is demand from crypto miners. AMD ...

In real-world user experience terms, the difference between a budget NVMe SSD and a high-end M.2 drive is rarely as large as the specifications imply. While ...

Faster storage will speed up most of your PC activities to some extent – from booting up your OS to loading apps and games. But not all SSDs are created equal. ...

If you work with storage-heavy apps or simply want quick access to your entire Steam library, there is no substitute for a high-capacity SSD. 4TB SSDs are now ...

Suppose you have only been paying attention to flagship, high-end SSDs recently. In that case, you have been missing out on a welcome development in the ...

Although there are zero Gen5 SSDs in the market at this point, you may still want a straightforward upgrade path for such a drive when building a new system ...

Being an entry-level SSD, the Kingston NV2 range was launched in September 2022, with only a brief press release and little fanfare. This is in stark contrast ...

With the 980 series, Samsung is changing some of the conventions from previous generations of M.2 PCIe/NVMe SSDs. Compared to the 970 series, the 980 PRO no ...

AMD's 3rd-generation Threadripper CPUs still offer the best value by far if you are building a high-end desktop (HEDT) system in 2021. The closest Intel ...

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