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Should I Upgrade or Buy a New Computer?

Well, it depends – mostly on who you’re asking! A department store salesman will always recommend a new one, but when you get down to the nitty gritty with a trained technician, you’ll often discover you have more (and cheaper) options than you thought. 495 more words

Building a Retro Gaming Rig – Part 2

In Part 1 of this series, I took a close look at the Asus P2B slot-1 motherboard and some CPU options. Today, the focus will be on graphics cards. 1,241 more words

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When Good Parts Go Bad!

Surprise!

Okay, so on Monday I published my article ‘No Posts‘ to inform everyone of some equipment trouble that befell my computer.

I notified everyone that I had to restore my computer to operational status prior to resuming my blogging activities. 1,127 more words

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Video Card

Graphics processing units, or video cards, are for computers that handle heavy image processing in video games and 3-D rendering software. A new video card can boost the graphics processing ability, allowing you to play the latest games or use your computer as a high-definition entertainment center with your HDTV.