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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.

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.

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.

TLC (Triple-Level Cell): A Breakdown

TLC or Triple-Level Cell is a type of NAND flash memory used in various storage devices like SSDs and stores up to three bits of data per cell.

MLC (Multi-Level Cell): All You Need To Know

MLC or Multi-Level Cell is a type of NAND flash memory that can store two bits of data per cell and is utilized in various electronic devices.

IOPS: Guide To SSD Performance

IOPS is a metric that measures how quickly a storage device can perform read and write operations per second.

L2 Cache: How It Works & Importance

L2 cache is a temporary storage that reduces the latency between CPU-RAM operations. It is the storage that the CPU can access quickly.

What Are Semiconductor Process Nodes? [Definitive Guide]

Process nodes refer to the size of the transistor and other micro-level components on a semiconductor chip.

CPU Temperature While Gaming [Extensive Guide]

It is important to learn about the ideal CPU temperature while gaming, as this can save your components from getting damaged.

Why Is My Computer So Slow All Of A Sudden? [Answered]

If your computer suddenly runs slow, it could be due to several issues, including malware, outdated hardware, and software problems.

How To Fix Graphics Card Fans Not Spinning

Graphics card fans prevent overheating. If the fans don't spin, it can lead to potential issues and decreased performance.

How Much RAM Do You Need For Video Editing?

Learn how much RAM is needed for efficient video editing, ensuring smooth performance and minimized rendering times.