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jlister
3 days ago

I've been looking to get a couple of new pc's, and I found that some models have USB 3 and others (close-out models) sometimes, but...

Tags: e-sata, usb |
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OldHippie
3 days ago

I was going through some USB memory sticks and some of them wouldn't come up. Is there a way to test them to make sure they're not...

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ttopp
3 days ago

It seems that every month or so I see a news story along the lines of “Brand X smartphone explodes in man’s pocket,” or “Brand Y laptop battery explodes,...

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mandril
5 days ago

I read that there has been a recall of HP laptop power supplies that could overheat and pose a fire hazard. How can I determine if my laptop is covered by...

MrsMith
6 days ago

My HP Windows 7 laptop has stopped charging when it is plugged in. I like the laptop ok, although I don’t care for the AC jack. How can I narrow down the...

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cchecca
6 days ago

Is there a software solution that can be used to monitor the temperature of various components of a PC, in particular the CPU and graphics card?

aiden
6 days ago

I need to reball a GPU. Which is the better choice for solder, leaded or lead free?

dvarian
1 week ago

I am looking at a new 2.5” HDD for a laptop, and am trying to choose between two different designs - a conventional 7200rpm drive or a 5400rpm hybrid SSD....

Tags: HDD, Hybrid Drive, SSD |
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nchristine
1 week ago

Type-C USB connectors, which among other improvements will be reversible (finally!), were announced early this year. I haven’t heard anything in a long time...

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rtrembley
1 week ago

Does the APU chip design that combine CPU and GPU functions offer real advantages over the traditional method of having a separate CPU and GPU? Are the main...

Tags: APU, cpu, gpu |
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