Your monitor comes with a refresh rate. Like frames in a video, more frames means a more fluid video, so a higher refresh rates means smoother visualization in your monitor. The standard for modern consumer monitors these days is “60Hz”, which for most people is enough. You can see your cursor move around your screen
Core Count Craziness Ever since Intel released the first dual core central processing unit (CPU) back in 2006, the computer hardware market has never looked back at single die/single core CPUs. However, despite dual core and even quad core CPU’s being mainstream for around 10 years now, the adoption of higher core counts has been
The latest in gaming breakthrough. NVIDIA recently introduced the new Pascal Titan Xp, an upgraded alternate to last year’s Titan X (Pascal) model. This new release tops the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, featuring a Pascal GP102 GPU, in specs. Overall, the Titan Xp produces a 5-10% improvement in GPU performance over the GTX 1080 Ti.
The type of tasks you perform should be determine the Central Processing Unit (CPU) for your gaming system. If you will be sticking to older games, you do not need the highest end gaming CPU. If you will be editing in 3-D programs or other high-end uses, you’ll choose differently. The question isn’t “What’s the best
NVIDIA 1080 Ti: Performance Comparison With the release of NVIDIA’s flagship gaming GPU, comes a massive shake-up in the GPU world: the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. This new GPU outperforms all previous models, including the NVIDIA Titan X, in every category. The native 4K gaming for the 1080 Ti is 60fps, and requires minimal tweaks for most
When it comes to building custom computers, it is blatantly obvious how important your choice of computer case will be in determining the performance your future “dream machine”. Your case is where you will store your computer hardware parts, so you will have to consider various factors before making your decision. Some things to consider: