I want to know more about AMD's FreeSync. What is AMD Freesync technology? What are its best features? How beneficial to use it? What Do you mean by display port adaptive sync? How much is it in the market? What are the specifications of this? What are the platforms and devices supported by this technology? Is it low cost but dependable hardware? Or it will only give me few amount of changes with the performance of the devices? Can you provide me in-depth information about this? Thank you!
What is the official name of 'Cherry Trail' Atom chips? For which windows version is it designed? Can it do any intensive tasks such as video editing? Can it run on Android? Please keep your opinions about graphics area. Is there any change in battery life? Can it sense 3D camera technology? Thank You
Hello,I need some answers about the following
What is Broadwell-based CPUs? How is Power Capability of socketed Broadwell CPUs? What is the memory support capacity? What is the process rate of Broadwell processors? Is Broadwell CPUs supported Android Operating System ? Why do we call Devil’s Canyon to Broadwell CPUs? Thank You
What is shared QPI in Intel Core i7 Processors?Did Intel share L3 cache in the Core i7 processors offers better cache? What is that and how is better than previous? Intel also worked on Multithreaded Performance to optimize, How to do? Is there any changes on DDR memory interface ?Is Virtualization Performance same or improved?
I just completed building my first PC and I have been through lots of learning in the process. I have heard and read about overclocking and I understand that it involves a liquid cooler. However, I am not aware of the technicalities to be considered. For example, the voltages needed. My PC has an Asus Motherboard Z-97 A, Intel i7 4790-K CPU with 4.0GHz, 32 GB Crucial Ballistic Tactical Ram, Windows 7 Pro on 120GB HDD, 1TB HDD for storage and the XFX Radeon R9. The casing is a Rosewill Thor V2 and it has a fan with probes on the CPU, GPU , HDD and SSD and not one of them gets past 20 degrees celcius. How can I overclock it? Help me with the technicalities.
I'm planning to overclock two CPUs. One is Intel Core 2 Duo clocked at 2.4 GHz to 3.0 GHz and the the is Pentium 4 clocked at 1.8 GHz to 2.26 GHz. How can I overclock the above mentioned CPUs without facing any problems? What are the grounds to be taken care of after overclocking?
I recently acquired a dual core processor for my PC, it is not much but it is a huge boost for me. I am trying to play next gen games and upgrading my system right now is impossible because of budgetary constraints. I heard that new games need tremendous processing power. I heard of overclocking and would like to try it. what are the risks involved?
I am a huge PC fan and the main thing I like about this system is overclocking which results in boosts in graphic capabilities. I heard it is possible to do so in recent mobile phones. I have the new HTC one and there is a quadcore process and I would really like to overclock it to see what happens?
I need to make a choice between the Intel 5960X and the 4X Xeon E7540 processor. I am a 3D artist, I design using 3D’s Max + Vray render, and I am looking to increase the render power of my machine. The two processor are equally effective. Now I want to know a little about the technical advantages of each from you techies here. I appreciate your help.
I had to overclock my CPU to boost its performance. I have a Core i3-530 and after overclocking, I could do 3.6ghz at stock volt. I have since overclocked it to 4.07ghz. Is it safe to stay overclocked at a point like 3.6ghz then reset back to default frequently or do a certain speed and leave it there. I am definitely concerned about power consumption and the longevity of my CPU. Help please.
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