Amazon's big deals event will be held in June this year. Here's what you need to know about the retailer's upcoming sale bonanza.
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At Computex 2021, Intel teased Beast Canyon, a chunky successor to the Ghost Canyon NUC, a oversized modular mini-PC released last year.
A few signs suggest that AMD and Nvidia's Computex 2021 keynotes could give PC enthusiasts cause for celebration after a difficult year. We're intrigued.
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In this episode of The Full Nerd, the crew tackles all the latest rumors about RTX Ti variants, possible changes for upcoming Intel and AMD CPUs, and a world where ATX12VO reigns supreme.
The Swift X combines Ryzen 5000 with Nvidia’s newest mobile GPU to provide creative professionals a powerful but lightweight laptop. And of course you can game on this laptop, too.
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Over time, the need to fire up the Command Prompt has waned—but a handful of its commands remain easier to use than Windows 10's graphical equivalents.
No delays in unmuting yourself. No more glimpses of your messy home despite using a virtual background. Our tips fix these problems and more.
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Nvidia's tech eases the workload of its RTX graphics cards, so will a budget or older CPU bottleneck performance?
In this episode of The Full Nerd, we discuss Tiger Lake H performance and the upcoming limitation on RTX 30-series hash rates.
Every DIY builder knows this frustration, and yet, it’s persisted for decades.
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