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Past articles by John:

Three Chromebook shopping tips for Prime Day

Make the most of Prime Day Chromebook deals with these tips → Read More

AMD Ryzen 5 5600X3D review: an unexpected triumph that we should have gotten sooner

The best gaming processor for the AM4 board, if you can find it → Read More

Why I'm jumping to Threads even if it sucks

Meta's Twitter alternative, Threads, is just a hours away, and I can only say that I've never been this excited for a Facebook-I-mean-Meta product ever, and I know I'm not the only one. I am a daily Twitter user, the kind whose girlfriend constantly has to tell me that I need to get off my expletive phone. In fairness, just under half of this time is work-related, since I need to follow a lot of… → Read More

Ignore the haters, the Nvidia RTX 4060 is an excellent graphics card for gamers

The Nvidia RTX 4060 is a great card for those who need it → Read More

Where to buy Nvidia RTX 4060: looking for the best midrange graphics card around? We've got you covered

We'll help you find where to buy Nvidia RTX 4060 graphics cards → Read More

Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060: the best midrange graphics card for the masses

Best-in-class 1080p performance at a decent price, but its best features are in game devs' hands → Read More

Amazon Prime Day monitor deals 2023: what to expect next month

We'll be rounding up all this year's best Amazon Prime Day monitor deals right here so don't hesitate to bookmark ahead of next month's mega-sale. → Read More

Nvidia's ChatGPT monopoly is going to be worse for gamers than crypto ever was

Opinion: Nvidia's ChatGPT-powered profits will make gaming GPUs scarce → Read More

Amazon Prime Day gaming laptop deals 2023: what to expect next month

This year's Amazon Prime Day gaming laptop deals are set to land next month and we'll have all the best bargains right here. → Read More

Intel's new processor branding drops the 'i' – and the ball

Intel will officially rebrand its Core series processors from 'Core i' to 'Core' and 'Core Ultra', and it doesn't make a whole lot of sense. → Read More

AMD is taking so long to release the RX 7800 XT that we're reduced to simulating it

One tester got tired of waiting for AMD's AWOL GPU → Read More

Gigabyte's new RTX 4090 fixes the graphics card's biggest problem

The 16-pin connector on the new Gigabyte RTX 4090 Windforce GPU shows where the future of graphics card design is headed. → Read More

What is non-binary memory: the new RAM configurations explained

If you're asking yourself what non-binary memory is, you're not alone. We'll help break it all down so you can get as excited as the rest of us for some incredible new RAM kits. → Read More

What is a PSU: your PC's power system explained

First-time PC builders might be wondering 'what is a PSU?', and they wouldn't be alone in that. Here's everything you need to know about your PC power supply → Read More

15 things we learned at Apple's WWDC 2023 event

The WWDC 2023 keynote gave us Apple Vision Pro, iOS 17, new MacBooks and much, much more. → Read More

Apple M2 Ultra chip announced at WWDC 2023 as upgrade to Mac Studio and Mac Pro

The new Apple M2 Ultra chip was just announced at WWDC 2023, and it should shake up your workstation in a big way. → Read More

Apple M2 Ultra: price, release date, and everything we know

The Apple M2 Ultra chip is coming, so what do we know? → Read More

Is an SSD a hard drive?

Isn't an SSD just another way of saying hard drive? No, and there are important differences between the two, even though we treat them as if they were the same. → Read More

Apple’s mixed reality headset makes no sense – unless it’s a head fake

Apple is expected to announce its mixed reality headset at WWDC 2023, but after Meta invested billions into the tech, it’s gone effectively nowhere in the last decade. → Read More

These graphics cards prove that watercooling is going mainstream

Asus, MSI, and Gigabyte all had Nvidia RTX graphics cards with AIO coolers, and it shows how big these GPUs are getting. → Read More