Ketchup isn't a good thermal paste, but it's better than cheese or toothpaste
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Upcoming Samsung Galaxy Book laptops will come with 120Hz OLED displays
Radxa Rock 5A is a Raspberry Pi alternative with way more power
In a nutshell: Radxa has introduced a new single board computer that could be a viable alternative for those struggling to get their hands on a Raspberry Pi. The credit card-sized Rock 5A is based on the Rockchip RK3588S, an octa-core SoC comprised of four Cortex-A76 cores clocked between 2.2GHz and 2.4GHz alongside four Cortex-A55 cores running at 1.8GHz.
Nintendo warns Switch users of condensation effects
The Best Tablets in Early 2023: An Evolving and Affordable Form of Computing
If you haven't bought a new tablet in recent years, now is a good time to consider doing so. Not only are tablets more powerful today, but the displays are better, and mainstream models let you enjoy features that were previously reserved for more expensive flagships.
This water-cooling mod reduces Nvidia RTX 4090's footprint to fit inside an ITX case
Samsung 990 Pro users are reporting rapid health loss
A new method to grow 2D materials paves the way for 2D transistors
Forward-looking: An international team of scientists have published research on a novel way to grow 2D materials using a method that could bring 2D transistor-based electronics to market sooner rather than later.
Apple's next MacBook Air and iMac could ship with 3nm-based M3 chips from TSMC
Mac Mini M2 reviews are in: better, faster, cheaper
GPU Pricing Update: Hardware Still Overpriced?
Our monthly GPU pricing update gives us the opportunity to revisit new card launches like the recent RTX 4070 Ti, see how those affect the overall market and where the best GPU deals are.
Intel Core i3-13100 vs. AMD Ryzen 5 5600: GPU Scaling Performance
The previous generation version of the Core i3-13100 was one of our favorite budget CPUs, so we're keen to see what this updated 13th-gen version has to offer.
When it comes to semiconductors, leading is not everything
Editor's take: Undeniably, we usually spend a lot of time talking about leading edge semiconductor manufacturing. This is a common mistake that everyone falls into when discussing semis, one which we are as guilty of as anyone. The world is rightly focused on the scarcity of companies capable of operating at the leading edge, but there is a lot more to semis.
Faulty Intel Ethernet controllers are dropping connections on some Raptor Lake motherboards
Asus ROG Flow X16 Gaming Laptop Review
Few tech companies are as comfortable taking chances quite like Asus, and the ROG Flow X16 gaming laptop is one such example sporting a big-screen with a 360-degree rotating display.
Basecamp decided to leave the cloud after spending $3.2 million in one year
Nvidia RTX 4090 and 4080 gaming laptops will be available for pre-order starting February 1st
Explainer: What is SSD Trimming?
SSD trimming is a process that helps to maintain the performance of a solid-state drive over time. Windows and other operating systems optimize SSDs by using trimming. But what exactly is it and how does it work? Read our explainer on everything trim related!