The Z390 AORUS XTREME WATERFORCE - The Ferrari of Z390s
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Installing a new and more powerful graphics card can step up your experience when gaming. Being able to play the newest games in ultra-detail is as good as it gets.
It used to be that you just purchased a new GPU like the Radeon RX 6800 XT 16G and then installed it into your gaming rig and off you went, but now there are a couple of installation methods available to you. Now, you can install your GPU vertically or horizontally.
But the thing is, what is the difference between a horizontal and vertical GPU mount?
As an advanced gamer you know 144Hz is not good enough for your eyes, you demanded 240Hz/300Hz for smoother and faster performance and GIGABYTE answered. And yeah, you want battery life, no worries there, the AORUS series all comes with 94Wh of battery, which can extend the battery life over 6~7 hours.
“Liquid cooling or air cooling? What should I choose?”. These are two of the best ways to keep your rig cool, but which one is the best?
This option requires you to buy a couple of things: a radiator, pump, CPU, reservoir, and the GPU water block, such as the AORUS GeForce RTX 3080 XTREME WATERFORCE WB 10G.
"Is it out of stock?" is probably the question most people will ask if they are going to buy an RTX 30 series graphics card. However, whether you are getting one right now, or you plan to get one in the near future, there are several things you need to check before buying one.
Should you go air cooling for your GPU or would GPU water cooling be the better option?
When it comes to building your gaming PC there are many options available to you ranging from what GPU to use, what RAM and Motherboard and also what Processor to go for. However, the first thing that you need to ask yourself is “What size computer am I going to build?”. Do you build a full-sized gaming PC or a mini gaming PC?
One of the most popular trends at the moment when it comes to building a computer is using a mini ITX case to build a mini ITX PC. This is a small form factor computer that has a small footprint and is compact enough to sit on your desk and be easily transported around with you.
Today we are going to take a look at what exactly is a mini ITX PC and discuss some of the key things that you should know when building one.
Previously, we've introduced AORUS and VISION family, both categorized as "air-cooled" graphics cards. Now, we're going deeper, to where enthusiasts belong –“water-cooled.”
The latest member has arrived! It's time to present you the perfect balance of performance and silence – AORUS WATERFORCE
Besides excellent cooling and superior performance, LCD Edge View is another spotlight of AORUS RTX 30 series graphics cards. LCD Edge View is a small LCD located on the top of the graphics card. What could users do with this small LCD? Let’s find it out.
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When it comes to graphics cards, gaming is most likely the first thing that flashes into your mind. Despite the fact that the major portion of the market is held up by gamers, creators however are a rather small audience but with keen demands and distinguished tastes.
Video game streaming has exploded in popularity over the past few years with popular streamers entertaining us with the latest game releases on Twitch. Lots of PC gamers are turning to these streaming platforms to start their own streaming channels and grow a following thanks to the fact that its now easier than ever to become a streamer. The question is though, what does it require to start streaming PC games and what specs do you need to a streaming PC? Well, today we aim to answer some of those questions of how to stream on Twitch.
The CPU is one of the single most important components inside your computer. It is the brains of the entire operation. The thing with CPUs is that they run hot, and when we say hot, we mean it. The issue with components running hot is that computer performance starts to become negatively impacted, the hotter something gets the worse it performs and the cooler something is the faster it performs. This is where CPU coolers come into to play. It is there job to keep things running nice and cool, but what is the best CPU cooler for you?
GIGABYTE, the leading gaming hardware company, has released something quite interesting - the GIGABYTE M series monitor, the world’s first gaming monitor with KVM. What is KVM exactly? What are the benefits of using it? What can you gain by integrating the KVM with a gaming monitor? Let's find out!
Having picked all of the components that you want in your gaming PC is great, but all that hardware needs to be installed somewhere. This is where the computer case comes in. There so many types of computer case designs and different computer case sizes that it can me tricky to pick the best one for you. So, let’s jump in to our beginners 101 guide and see what the best PC case is for you.
When choosing laptop displays, users usually start by with screen resolution. However, as a gamer or a gaming enthusiast, the monitor refresh rate is a must-considered factor. A screen with a high refresh rate can provide you with non-lagging animation, allowing you to target and kill the enemy by a few tenths of a second faster than others and defeat opponents in the blink of an eye.
You are almost ready to pull the trigger on that new gaming build that you have been saving up for. You have carefully picked the all of the components that are going to make up your dream build, that is all but one. The Power Supply. The questions start racing through your head, “what power supply do I need?”, “do I need a modular power supply like the AORUS P850W 80+ GOLD PSU?”. It can become a little daunting.
Today we are going to give you 5 tips that will help ensure that you get the best power supply, or PSU for short, for the job.
”It Looks Different!” is what people would say when they see gameplay on a gaming monitor the first time. Indeed, the high refresh rates along with short response time on gaming monitors can bring smoother gameplay. However, what most people may not notice is that there is always a trade-off: greater picture quality may bring poor response time; short enough response time comes with poor picture quality. What exactly is going on?
Are you looking to build a new PC and are unsure what storage to purchase? Perhaps you are looking at ways you can easily increase the performance of your current gaming PC but are not sure what the best options are? With so many options available it can be tricky to know what the best SSD to get is or how mush SSD do I need. Well, we thought we could help make the purchase process a little bit easier for you by helping guide you on your purchase choices.