Sapphire Radeon NITRO+ RX 470 4GB OC 11256-01-20G Review

Video cards, one of the most wanted upgrades for any PC and tons of them keep getting released thankfully, each bigger and better than the previous.  Gamers will drool over the latest gaming GPU, as a gamer myself I loved the chance to get to review Sapphire’s latest gen of AMD’s GPU.  Today I bring you my review of the Sapphire Radeon NITRO+ RX 470 4GB GDDR5 OC  11256-01-20G. Before we get to the card … Read more

Western Digital’s WD Blue 500GB WDS500G1B0A SSD Review

We all want out computers to be the best PC they can be, be it for Gaming, Computer Aided Design, Basic Internet Browsing, Video and Music production and just about everything.  For everything I just mention, we need speed, yes even basic internet browsing needs some speed but some of those tasks require much more, but where do we begin?  Well, the processor is one thing, but as applications become better optimized, they are a … Read more

Sapphire Radeon NITRO+ RX460OC 4GB 11257-02-20G Review

Being a gamer is expensive, I know I have probably paid for a house with all the money I have put into PC’s since I was 13…. a ton of money.  Even though I have put so much in and looking back, it hurts to see how much I have but I know it will just be a love affair that will continue.  When I started, I didn’t have much money and back in those … Read more

Sapphire Radeon NITRO+ RX 480 8GB OC Review

As a gamer and for all fellow gamers, we are bombarded with promises of upgrades will change our lives, and for the most part they don’t do much.  SSD’s and memory do help tons, but one of the things that get us as gamers are video cards, but they are ALWAYS so expensive.  Today I have the pleasure of bringing you my review of the Sapphire Radeon NITRO+ RX 480 8GB GDDR OC 11260-01-20G. Ohh…. … Read more

Anidees AI Crystal Chassis Review

Have you ever seen that Chassis also known as Case, that just calls your name, it was made just for you?  It might have been some time since that happened, but just listen carefully, because maybe,… just maybe this case might be calling for you.  It’s got the brains and the beauty all in one package, you cant find it often, but it will make you work for it.  Today I present to you my … Read more

Cougar Mechanical Gaming Keyboard AttackX3-4IS Review

Some might like the clickies of a tactile switch and some might not.  I myself like the clickies, the louder the better, those around me like my wife, not so much.  In this review I am reviewing the Blue Keys.  Today I will be reviewing the Cougar Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (AttackX3-4IS). Let’s start off with some of the features and specs of this keyboard. Features and Specifications 108 keys Guaranteed lifetime of at least 50 … Read more

Wondershare Filmora Video Editing Suite Review

Many different video editing solutions have come and gone.  Very few survive today’s ever growing and demanding needs out of a video editing suite, though it looks like Wondershare’s Filmora might do the trick as it has stood the test of time.  Let’s take a look at what it offers and see if it really is worth it. There are a TON of features here, and I used many of them, but not all of … Read more

Patriot Viper Elite DDR4 8GB / 16GB 3000MHz Dual Channel Kit Review

From the oldest to the newest PC, they all have a few things in common, but the one I am focusing on today is RAM.  RAM has been used throughout the PC’s history, usually the more RAM you have or the faster the better your PC runs and the more work you can get done, even consoles have RAM.  Aside from the capacity of the RAM, another important aspect is the speed of the RAM, … Read more

HyperX Predator Quad Channel DDR4 RAM 16Gig Kit Review

Every single PC has one thing in common (well, they have a few, but this is one of them), Different capacities and speeds, RAM is something they all need, usually the more RAM you have or the faster the better your PC runs and the more work you can get done.  There are many other things as well that affect the speed of your computer, but we are focusing on RAM here, come on people … Read more

Review of the Alienware Area51 R2

Review of the Alienware Area51 R2 Hey guys, so I am sure in your searches for the perfect gaming PC, you have at one point come across one flavor of an OEM or boutique PC builder and well, this review is about one of them.  Now I know there are quite a few different boutiques and OEM builders out there, but this is review is based on one, Alienware. This review will have full system … Read more

Disable Action Center in Windows 10

The Action Center in Windows 10 shows all the notifications from various sources (desktop apps, modern apps, as well as system notifications) and group them together by apps and time. You have all the notifications there and you can see them if you missed them and can later clear them all or just some of them. Also, there are Quick Actions placed at the bottom to quickly toggle some settings (like brightness, Airplane mode, etc) … Read more

Install .NET Framework 3.5 on Windows 10 offline

One of the biggest annoys I faced after a fresh install of Windows 10 on my computer was the installation of the .NET Framework 3.5 feature on it. First let’s see why do we (still) need .NET framework 3.5 even when Windows 10 comes with .NET Framework 4.5 installed already. The .NET Framework is an integral part of many applications (many apps developed in Vista and Windows 7 era require the .NET framework v3.5 installed along … Read more

Know the password of your WiFi network

Many times my computer is connected to a WiFi network but I don’t remember the password for it now. This is something I have experienced a lot. Often, I am using the teacher’s WiFi network of my college and the administrator himself enters the password without revealing it to me, and sometimes some of my cousins do the same. Faced a similar situation and you want to connect a second device but don’t know or remember the password? You can obviously ask the admin about the password or you can find it yourself.

Disable Windows 10 Key Logger and Change Privacy Options

Windows 10 being the cloud connected and Microsoft distributed OS that nearly permanently ties everything you do on the Operating System to Microsoft has some features which can help limit the data collection that Microsoft does from your PC.  You access several by going into your Windows Settings and Privacy options. Here you will want to disable anything that allows for personalization, localization, and “Send Microsoft Info” example being the “Send Microsoft Info about how … Read more

Review of the Cougar 450K Hybrid Mechanical Keyboard

So you like the tactile feedback feeling of the mechanical keyboard but don’t want all that noise?  Some of us like that sound, but our significant others do not, and some of us ourselves don’t like that noise.  We’ll Cougar has heard all of your requests and has something that might be more towards your liking.  Today, I will be doing a review of the Cougar 450K Hybrid Mechanical Keyboard. Let’s start off with some … Read more

Windows Tip: Change the location of personal folders

You can easily change the location of personal folders (such as Downloads, Documents, Pictures, etc) easily by redirecting them to some other location. You may want to store any such folder in any other hard-drive or even on a network to free up space on your primary hard-drive and also keep the files safe. Read on to know how!