Sajjad Hussain

About Me

Hello, I’m Sajjad Hussain, Founder and Editor-in-Chief at Tech4Gamers.com. Besides steering the tech and gaming ship, I\’m an experienced IT Project Manager, delivering projects for both giants and startups. With a major in Computer Science and diverse skills, I\’m committed to merging real-world expertise with a passion for technology.

Position at Tech4Gamers

As Tech4Gamers’ Founder and Editor-in-Chief, I bring over 13 years of PC Hardware Reviewing and 8+ years of IT Project Management experience. Certified in Google IT Support, my focus is on providing honest product reviews and analysis and fostering a strong gaming community with 130k+ members in PPG.

Tech Journey

From a computer science major to managing multi-million dollar projects and leading Tech4Gamers, my journey has been a dynamic exploration of technology, gaming, and community building. Join me in navigating the ever-evolving landscape of tech and gaming.

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Building A Budget Gaming PC? Here’s Why DDR4 Is Your Friend

Understanding whether you should buy DDR4 RAM in 2024 requires thought into a user's use case scenario and whether DDR5 is worth the cost.

Highwater Interview – How Demagog Made The World Its Main Character

Highwater has just rowed its way to PC, and our latest interview discusses the team's thoughts about the many nuances of this indie game.

NVIDIA Blackwell Featuring 5x AI Performance In Comparison With Hopper

During GTC, Nvidia revealed its most powerful graphics chip in the world, Blackwell, which is 5x faster than Nvidia Hoppe (H100).

V Rising Interview – New Blood Types Planned For Update 1.0 & More

We discussed V Rising and its future with Stunlock Studios, going into details about the upcoming console release and in-game mechanics.

Core i9-14900KS Appears At French Retailer Sporting 6.2GHz Frequency

In France, a retailer has listed the Core i9-14900KS with a lofty price, putting it close to 800 euros for this flagship model.

Cyberpunk 2077 Receives Ghosting Fix With New AMD FSR 3 Mod

A new mod for Cyberpunk 2077 reduces ghosting issues and improves performance with FSR 3 at the same time.

AMD Anti-Lag+ Set To Return, Promising Lower Latency For RDNA 3 GPUs

Frank Azor from AMD has confirmed that AMD's Anti-Lag+ technology is returning soon to improve FSR 3 Frame Generation.

Meta Quest 3 Is Cheaper And Superior To Vision Pro, Says Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg has not been too impressed with the Apple Vision Pro, declaring his Meta Quest 3 superior in almost every way.

Yuzu Nintendo Switch Emulator Adds Frame Generation Support

The new progress report by Yuzu outlines Frame Generation support for the emulator, allowing lower-end hardware to run games smoothly.

Apple Vision Pro: Everything You Need To Know

Apple delves into the AR market next month, and here is everything you need to know about its first launch, the Apple Vision Pro.

Palworld Dev Spends $500K Each Month To Keep Servers Up 24/7

A Japanese network engineer reveals that Palworld's server currently costs around $500K per month to maintain.

Resident Evil 3 Remake Officially Announced For Xbox Game Pass

Resident Evil 3 Remake and several other titles have just been announced for Xbox Game Pass' February 2024 lineup.

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Smite 2 Interview – MOBAs Are The Dark Souls of Multiplayer Games

Utilizing Unreal Engine 5 and making various changes, Smite 2 is set to breathe new life into a MOBA franchise that was already huge.

Doom: The Dark Ages Now #1 Wishlisted Game Across All Platforms

Doom: The Dark Ages has become the industry's most anticipated upcoming release after the recent showcases.

I Prefer PBS Keycaps Over ABS For My Gaming Keyboard – And I Have A Good Reason!

If you’re particular about your Gaming Keyboards, you need to make the upgrade to PBT Keycaps immediately.

Hear Me Out: Intel Macs Are Seriously Underrated For Gaming

Humiliating Intel Macs for gaming is symptomatic of being a PCMR fan. Alas, times have changed. Welcome to a new era.

I Tested The Arc Browser On Windows – It’s Still A Work In Progress

After trying the Arc browser on Windows, I'm sure it's a good change, but it still needs some improvements before it becomes the best.