Can You Mix RAM Brands?

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If you are planning on upgrading the RAM capacity of your PC, then understanding all the specs and related compatibility issues can get a bit overwhelming. One of the most common questions asked is “can you mix RAM brands?” The simple answer to this query is a resounding yes! You can certainly mix RAM brands. …

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Is Intel Celeron Good for Graphic Design?

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Intel Celeron series represent the bottom most tier of PC computing. However, it is also a very common series of CPUs found on budget PCs, particularly on budget laptops and Chromebooks. While it is certainly lightyears away to be considered a performance-based CPU series especially when you compare Celeron CPUs with their close cousins from …

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What is AMD Equivalent to Celeron?

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Most of us are familiar with the Intel CPU lineup, however, with the growing popularity of its competitor, many are turning towards the team red (AMD). Intel Celeron, however, holds a very unique place. It does not have a direct competitor in AMD. Intel Celeron CPUs represent the bottom most rung of the PC CPU …

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Is 256 GB SSD Enough?

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Whether a 256 GB SSD is enough for you or not depends entirely upon your use case. 256 GB SSD is often found on pre-built PCs or laptops that are cheap and budget-friendly.  If you are a student or an office user, a 256 GB SSD can actually be sufficient for you. However, if you …

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Types of Hard Drive Cables Explained

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When it comes to connecting hard drives to your PC, you need to have a good grasp of all the cables that are involved. There are generally 6 types of hard drive cables, two of these i.e. SATA DATA and SATA Power are common and you should be aware of the most. The rest of …

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Can You Use Gen 3 SSD on PS5?

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Many of you must already be familiar with what an SSD is and if you have a PC that is about half a decade or so old, then there are high chances that you may at least have had experience with a Gen 3 PCIe SSD. The newer consoles, including PS5, however, were released when …

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