Don't-Miss Component Stories
Upgrading your PC's RAM is one way to make your computer feel far more snappy. Here's how to do it.
You can't avoid the work of replacing your PC's motherboard, but you can avoid the worst hassles. This guide will make it as painless as possible.
Closed-loop liquid cooling can be yours for cheap, but read this first to make sure you and your GPU are up for it.
You can't do much if your hardware is truly broken, but often PC component issues come down to a software problem you can fix in a few clicks.
A broken laptop screen takes all the fun out of using your PC. And it can be expensive to fix.
Adding more RAM can speed up your PC and allow it to run more powerful programs. But you need to know how much RAM your system can take, and what kind to buy.
An external enclosure is all you need to give your old storage a new lease on life.