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How to Check CPU Speed After Overclocking?

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How to Check CPU Speed After Overclocking

Suppose you are interested in playing high-quality and high-resolution games or running high-power-consuming softwares. In that case, you will need to overrun your CPU to get the necessary speed levels. After all, without overclocking, your applications won’t run properly, and so you won’t be able to enjoy a high gaming experience, and neither will you […]

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How Often Should You Replace The Thermal Paste On The CPU?

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How Often Should You Replace The Thermal Paste On the CPU

Every fast-performing device comes with intensified heat, bringing the chance of breakage or impairment. That is when the knight in the shining armor, the one and only; Thermal paste, shows up. If you are a geek, you probably must know about the thermal paste or CPU grease and heat sink compound. I understand why you […]

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How Long Does Thermal Paste Take To Dry?

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How Long Does Thermal Paste Take To Dry

Are you fixing your CPU cooler? Then you will need to reapply thermal paste when you are putting it all together. However, there is one question that most people ask before they put on that paste- how long does thermal paste take to dry?  If you, too, have read the packet of thermal paste for […]

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How To Make Minecraft Use More Cores?

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How To Make Minecraft Use More Cores

Are you getting into gaming? Or have you always been a gamer? No matter what your player status is, you must have heard of Minecraft at least. Minecraft is one of those games that is easy to play and yet is engaging enough for generations of gamers to stay hooked on to it. But when […]

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How To Overclock Non-K-CPU?

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How To Overclock Non-K-CPU

Do you want to play games with better quality graphics and performance? Or maybe you want to watch movies of ultra-high quality? No matter what you want to do, note that you will have to overclock your CPU for both these purposes. But what if you have a non-K CPU? Then you must be asking- […]

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Does CPU Come With Thermal Paste?

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Does CPU Come With Thermal Paste

Have you been reading up on CPU cooling methods? Or maybe you are thinking of building your own PC? Then you must have heard of thermal paste. Know that thermal paste is an integral part of your CPU since it helps keep it cool. If you are building your PC, you must be asking- does […]

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What Is Unparking CPU?

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What Is Unparking CPU

Have you been hearing your friends say that Unparking their CPU’s cores allowed them to enjoy a better gaming performance? So has that made you want to try out Unparking? However, the question is- what is Unparking CPU? And will it improve your gaming performance? I will tell you all about it below. But first, […]

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How Can You Find Out What CPU Cooler You Have?

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How to find out what CPU cooler I have

If you are making a computer, then you need to install a high-quality cooling system as well. After all, the cooling system will help dissipate the processor-generated heat so that your system’s other components don’t get damaged. But what if you need to replace the cooling system? Or what if you need to upgrade it? […]

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Which Type Of CPU Cooler Contains Heat Pipes?

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Which Type Of CPU Cooler Contains Heat Pipes

The CPU of computers tends to get heated up fast due to handling hundreds and thousands of processes simultaneously. As such, it needs to get cooled off quickly and adequately. Now, there are various ways of cooling down a CPU. The most common way is fan cooling. But liquid cooling is still used as well. […]

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How To Check If The CPU Cooler is Working?

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How To Check If The CPU Cooler is Working

You use your PC every day for carrying out several high-value tasks. For accomplishing these tasks, you open, interact and close multiple kinds of applications. But all these applications put a strain on your PC that causes it to heat up.  So without a CPU cooler, helping keep the integrated circuits and microprocessors cool, your […]

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