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Power Limits – Do You Need To Change Them?

Power limits are maximum amount of power PC components like CPU and GPU are allowed to draw from a power supply.

What Is BIOS? [Function And How To Access It]

BIOS is a firmware directly embedded in the motherboard that provides an interface between a PC's hardware and operating system.

PSU ATX 3.0 Standard [Explained]

The PSU ATX 3.0 standard is a newer standard that caters to the higher power demand of newer-generation PC components.

PSU Voltage Ripple [Explained]

A PSU voltage ripple is the unwanted fluctuation in the DC voltage output of a power supply unit which means the output has an AC component.

PC Building Mistakes To Avoid [14 Common Mistakes]

In this guide, we will cover the 14 most common PC building mistakes to avoid so you can build your first PC smoothly.

PSU Rails Guide: Single Rail vs Multiple Rail

PSU rails are the pathways within the power supply that carries the specific voltages. The most common PSU rails are +12V, +5V, and +3.3V.

What Is A Modular PSU? [Pros & Cons]

A modular PSU is a PC power supply unit where some or all power cables are detachable, reducing the clutter.

What Is Cybenetics Certification In Power Supplies?

Cybenetics certification is a new set of standards for evaluating the efficiency of an AC-DC PSU while also considering noise levels.

Power Supply 80+ Certification [Explained]

80+ certification is a voluntary standard for PSUs, indicating their efficiency in converting AC power to DC power.

PSU Efficiency [What, Why & How]

PSU efficiency refers to how effectively a PSU converts the AC power from the inlet into the DC power for your system needs.

Single-Rail Vs. Multi-Rail PSU: Which Suits Your Needs?

In the single-rail vs. multi-rail PSU war, the multi-rail is safer due to being more sensitive, but modern single-rail PSUs are just as safe.

Wear Leveling: Explanation & Types

The wear-levelling technique, as apparent by name, evenly distributes the data across all the memory cells of NAND flash memory so that no single cell wears out faster than others.

What Is NAND Flash Memory? [All To Know]

NAND Flash memory is a critical component in data storage and technology. It serves as the digital storage workhorse inside your devices.