In a world filled with electronics and free flowing channels of communications we need to be mindful of the ever present danger that your information can be obtained without your knowledge. Here are some great tips that will help protect your data.
With some minor tweaks, both prior to and after you install a new solid state drive (SSD), you can tweak performance boosts out of your system above and beyond those from just the SSD upgrade itself. This post will focus on variables around your SSD's physical installation and your BIOS/UEFI.
Ever found yourself having to settle for stock speed and timings in order for your system to run stable, even though you paid extra for performance memory? Does your system crash or BSOD whenever you try and increase the performance of your memory?
This guide provides some steps to help get the best performance from your gaming memory while maintaining stability.
byJim_TheCru10-15-201301:31 PM - edited 11-13-201311:30 AM
This is Jim from the CRU, I would like to introduce myself, I have been in the computer industry for the past 15 years. I have been removing viruses and other such malware from computers for the past 10 years, as a last resort I will do a clean install to remove a virus or malware, this has happened a total of 5 times in the past 10 years. I find computer related problems and/or issues as a mental challenge, I hope you all enjoy the video and I welcome your value added comments and questions.
byMatt_TheCru09-30-201303:47 PM - edited 11-13-201308:50 AM
As SSDs have matured as a storage medium, we've had feedback from a number of people using them in non-PC devices or PC accessories for which extensive testing had not been done at launch. Following is a few of the more common devices we've had users reporting to us on, as well as some of the expected gains and confirmed pitfalls of these options.