Asad Kashif

About Me

Hello, I’m Asad Kashif, a passionate writer with a diverse portfolio that spans various genres and platforms. I’ve been writing my personal projects for about 8 years now, and I started writing professionally 5 years ago! My dedication to writing is matched by my enthusiasm for gaming, particularly in exploring and analyzing games of all kinds, from beloved classics to obscure gems.

Position at Tech4Gamers

At Tech4Gamers, I work as a guides expert. My role involves writing about solving different gaming and tech-related topics that pique my interest and that I believe more people should know about. This position allows me to share my insights and discoveries with a broader audience, enriching their gaming experiences with the unique perspectives I bring.

Tech Journey

My journey in the tech world is as multifaceted as my writing career. As a front-end programmer, I have honed my skills in creating user-friendly interfaces and engaging web experiences. I also got my completion certificate from Google in IT fundamentals, ensuring I don’t make any mistakes on the technical side of things either. My experience in theory crafting for Genshin Impact and other RPGs has given me insight into game balance and other hidden mechanics that I can now use to analyze and write about a plethora of games.

Current PC setup

Here’s my current setup!

  • OS: Windows 11
  • CPU: Intel Core i5-12400F
  • Motherboard: MSI PRO B660M-E
  • Graphics Card (GPU): NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080
  • RAM: Patriot Viper LED DDR4-3600 16GB ( 2X8 GB) RAM
  • Storage: Gigabyte 256GB NVMe, Crucial MX500 512GB SSD, 1TB HDD
  • CPU Cooler: Aula Cooler
  • Power Supply Unit (PSU): Corsair CX750N

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How Tyler1 Became The Biggest Chess Streamer

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Has Wuthering Waves Flopped Already?

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Why Rabbit And Steel Is My Dream Roguelite

Rabbit and Steel is a roguelite that combines MMO raid boss rushes with the gameplay of Touhou, adding unique powerups and a party system.

Here’s Why I Hate Anime Games

Anime games often disappoint fans by focusing on repetitive story recaps instead of offering new experiences.

The Stingiest Gacha Resource: Genshin Impact’s Primogems

Genshin Impact might be the stingiest Gacha with its 0.6% 5 star droprates, lack of rewards, and high pity rates.

Fans Show What a Kog’Maw Rework May Look Like

Some fans took Kog'Maw's rework into their own hands by giving him either new ways of buffing himself or overhauling his gameplay.

What Happened To Omega Strikers?

Despite Omega Strikers' early explosive popularity, the game's lack of gameplay variety and other factors made it disappear from all radars.

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League ADCs vs DOTA ADCs: What’s The Difference?

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How Tyler1 Became The Biggest Chess Streamer

Tyler1 became the biggest Chess streamer without any coaching or theory. He's brute-forcing the grind, and he may just be a genius

Why Browser Games Are Still Relevant Today

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Netac Z RGB 32GB CL34 DDR5-7200 Kit Review: Very Reflective!

The Netac Z RGB DDR5 32GB kit offers high performance with 7200MHz speed and Intel XMP and AMD EXPO profiles. Its reflective chrome finish and subtle RGB lighting add visual appeal, though it is prone to fingerprints.

Netac NV7000 2TB PCIe Gen4x4 NVMe SSD Review

The Netac NV7000 2TB SSD offers impressive speeds and a sturdy design with an aluminum heatsink, making it compatible with Sony PlayStation 5. However, it shows inconsistent performance in benchmarks, particularly with large data transfers, despite its competitive pricing at USD 165.