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11th August 2022 by Mark Byrne
When it comes to purchasing a gaming PC, is it better to go for the portability of a laptop, or the more affordable desktop? We compare all aspects of a PC Desktop and PC Laptop and see which is better.
29th July 2022 by Mark Byrne
Buying a motherboard bundle is one of the fastest and most cost effective ways to upgrade your PC, but how do you get the best value?
Incorrectly installing an AiO water cooling system for your CPU can seriously degrade performance. Here's how to do it right, according to experts.
20th July 2022 by Mark Byrne
We walk you through building a PC that is capable of high performance deep learning AI and machine learning, without overspending.
30th June 2022 by Mark Byrne
From AMD's entry level gaming processor range, the Ryzen 5 4600G is a budget and crowd pleasing CPU that does exactly what it says on the box.
23rd June 2022 by Mark Byrne
We've listed how to get into your BIOS - Basic Input / Output System - for each manufacturer, and the advanced settings you can access.
There are still many of us Windows PC owners who don't know much about TPM (or if they even have it). Here's what you need to know.
17th June 2022 by Mark Byrne
We've highlighted a few of the versatile Geo laptops for children and students, expertly balancing affordability with educational and gaming needs.
15th June 2022 by Mark Byrne
Want to get started in streaming? We find out if now is a good time to start streaming and which specifications and PCs are perfect for streamers of all levels
14th June 2022 by Mark Byrne
An RTX 3050 Ti gaming laptop might just be the perfect spec and price to play Minecraft with Ray Tracing, pretty graphics and shader mods.
31st May 2022 by Mark Byrne
We look at the specifications designed for gamers, enthusiasts and creators, and how the AMD 5000 series offers both value and performance.
24th May 2022 by Mark Byrne
If you're on a fixed budget with a gaming laptop, here's a list of the best models that offer the best value and spec, pound for pound.
23rd May 2022 by Mark Byrne
We graded our selection of laptops based on their ability to deliver the goods in content creation, streaming and of course - top end gaming.
15th May 2022 by Mark Byrne
In our first Valorant Masterclass we check out the crosshair, keybinds, video and pro settings used by Fnatic's energetic fragging IGL, Jake "Boaster" Howlett
Skye is not a common pick for Icebox, with few pro tip guides out there. So, we asked Fnatic Boaster how to get the best out of her in a ranked game
13th May 2022 by Mark Byrne
In this second part, learn how to get noticed, networking, emulating success, and importantly, the gear you need to make it as a pro.
11th May 2022 by Mark Byrne
If you think you're good enough to go professional and become an Esports athlete, here's everything you need to know before you make the leap.
31st March 2022 by Mark Byrne
The many benefits of SSD are obvious when it comes to internal storage, so is portable SSD worth it for gaming and creative workflows?
24th March 2022 by Mark Byrne
A motherboard bundle and GeForce Now means you get the gaming rig of your dreams - all for under £1000!
21st March 2022 by Mark Byrne
With high performance RTX graphics cards and running the latest AMD Ryzen processors, these are the ultimate PCs for serious gaming
15th March 2022 by Mark Byrne
You see the ads everywhere - PC cleaning software that promises to fix all of your slow PC issues and fragmented files. Don't use them - here's why
For gaming PC excellence, which brands should you choose?
If you are a gamer who works long hours, enjoys short weekends, and has limited leisure time, budgeting for a gaming PC or laptop is important.
For the budget-conscious student, a gaming laptop needs to multi-task work and play without compromise.
Casual gamers love pick up & play games without a huge time investment to get the best experience - but do you need a gaming spec for casual games?
12th March 2022 by Mark Byrne
The absolute best way to keep your PC clean and running smoothly is to focus on airflow optimisation. Here's how to optimise your case airflow for performance
11th March 2022 by Mark Byrne
It's Spring again; time to throw out the old and plug in the new. We look at the best sellers for Seagate SSD storage to help you compare
9th March 2022 by Mark Byrne
What lurks inside your keyboard? What happens to your PC when you vape near it? Sit back and (try to) enjoy this Spring special on PC hygiene!
17th February 2022 by Mark Byrne
We lined up three of Gigabyte's best gaming laptops, in three budget ranges and ranked them for gaming, streaming and video editing capabilities.
The power hungry Alder Lake processors have proven that they need a serious motherboard to get the best out of them. Just how good is the Z690 Gaming X?
10th February 2022 by Mark Byrne
What you need to overclock Intel's Alder Lake 12th Gen Core i9-12900K, and what you should know about thermal issues and overheating
26th January 2022 by Mark Byrne
A significant part of any laptop or PC, the processor is a complex beast. We took a look at the most asked questions on Google about CPUs.
18th January 2022 by Mark Byrne
We recently ran a giveaway and asked the question: what do you want to see more of this year? The results are in, and you might be surprised!
13th January 2022 by Mark Byrne
God of War for PC is set to be one of the biggest releases in recent years. But what specifications or new hardware do you need to play it?
11th January 2022 by Mark Byrne
We look at AM4 socket B450, B550 and X570 motherboards for AMD's Ryzen CPUs to find the best value and most popular boards for gaming PC builds
10th January 2022 by Mark Byrne
Step into VR with a PC to meet your gaming needs and budget. Here are the specs you need for Oculus Quest 2, HP Reverb, HTC Vive, and Valve Index VR gaming.
31st December 2021 by Mark Byrne
How and why smart consumers are now ditching expensive Cloud storage and building cheap DIY NAS home media servers using SATA HDDs
30th December 2021 by Mark Byrne
With this guide we're aiming to find the best value PC for Blender, with speed and performance that does not come at too high a premium.
29th December 2021 by Mark Byrne
If any company needs total reliability and performance, it's NASA. We look at the technology used in space exploration, and the new space race tech.
24th December 2021 by Mark Byrne
With hundreds of sales and happy gamers, we took a look at the ViewSonic VX2718-2KPC-MHD, best-selling 27 inch curved monitor according to our customers
22nd December 2021 by Mark Byrne
Booting up a gaming PC for the first time? Setting up a PC for a child? These quick tips will ensure any gaming PC is in good shape and stays that way
21st December 2021 by Mark Byrne
Remote working and flexible working is now commonplace in the UK, and these powerful laptops are ideal for working and playing hard in 2022
19th December 2021 by Mark Byrne
We discuss the origins, present and future of the legendary processor, asking if a Threadripper is still worth it for gaming and workstation use.
18th December 2021 by Mark Byrne
17th December 2021 by Mark Byrne
If you're buying for a student who likes to spend their downtime gaming, then a laptop is ideal. We've curated a list of the best value laptops that can do both!
16th December 2021 by Mark Byrne
Are you dreaming of a white Christmas? These white PC cases are the perfect aesthetic for the most wonderful time of the year!
15th December 2021 by Mark Byrne
With a double or triple monitor setup, your workflow will go into overdrive in 2022. See how these affordable multiple displays can help you game and work smarter.
13th December 2021 by Mark Byrne
With huge savings on components and hardware, there's no need to feel guilty this year. Upgrade your gaming setup or start your build with these great deals.
Whether you're taking up photography next year or plan on editing those festive pics, you need a capable PC. Here's our top pick for December 2021.
11th December 2021 by Mark Byrne
Stuck for gift inspiration? These gaming stocking fillers under £50 will make someone smile, whatever their age.
8th December 2021 by Mark Byrne
If you're buying a gaming PC for the first time this year, it can get confusing. This guide will help you choose the perfect PC, whatever your budget.
7th December 2021 by Mark Byrne
Here's how to easily set up your Corsair iCUE, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light, ASUS Aura Sync or generic themes to light up your rig in gorgeous festive colours this Christmas!
7th December 2021 by CCL Technical
Whether you'll be gaming this Christmas, talking to family abroad or surfing the internet as a family, we all want to stay connected this Holiday Season.
3rd December 2021 by Mark Byrne
We've listed the best headsets for PC, covering competitive and FPS gaming, listening to music, Discord chat and everything in between.
2nd December 2021 by Milyana Spence
If you're looking for a present for a console gamer in your life and don't know where to start, we've got some great suggestions to help you out.
1st December 2021 by Mark Byrne
We lined up the best performing budget gaming PCs starting at £595 capable of running the best games of 2021 and awesome upcoming releases
30th November 2021 by Mark Byrne
Using a controller for Xbox Game Pass for PC and Xbox Cloud Gaming is usually simple, but here are some of the most common problems and fixes.
29th November 2021 by Mark Byrne
There are plenty of misconceptions about VRAM, memory allocation and memory used when playing games. We investigate how much VRAM you really need.
25th November 2021 by Mark Byrne
Your monitor is extremely important if you use photo editing software, so this handy guide should help you choose the right display.
23rd November 2021 by Mark Byrne
Our PC builder tool allows you to configure a custom PC in a few minutes. One gaming PC spec was more popular than others in November, and here's why.
With the new RTX 3080 streaming options from Nvidia GeForce NOW, more gamers are choosing AAA Cloud gaming until graphics cards become affordable.
22nd November 2021 by Mark Byrne
If you are looking for a PC capable of up to 4K video editing, YouTube content creation, and anything in between, here's the budget and spec you need.
19th November 2021 by Mark Byrne
Life hacks are great. But it's rare we see them for IT professionals, where there is a wealth of knowledge and experience on offer. Here are our favourites.
18th November 2021 by Mark Byrne
The small form factor Mini-ITX case is an ultra-portable, space saving, and extremely flexible chassis option. We explore how to choose your Mini-ITX case.
We selected the very best ROG components for the ultimate gaming PC build, from motherboard to gaming chair, with a budget of £2300
17th November 2021 by Mark Byrne
If you just bought or built a new gaming PC, chances are you want to see how it performs with games. Here's how to benchmark quickly and easily.
16th November 2021 by Mark Byrne
16:10 monitors are still popular, and generally preferred by gamers wanting more vertical field of view. Here's what you need to know before you buy.
15th November 2021 by Mark Byrne
Cyber Monday 2020 might have been strange IRL, but the deals were quite predictable. What deals can we expect in 2021 from IT and gaming retailers?
12th November 2021 by Mark Byrne
Taking your MnK (mouse & keyboard) gaming to the next level? A 60 mechanical keyboard is a great idea. Here's what you need to know before you buy.
Hand cramping up from that nasty old plastic rodent? It might be time to upgrade to an ultra-comfortable, high performance PC gaming mouse
11th November 2021 by Mark Byrne
There are a few things you should NEVER do with a brand new PC, even though YouTube told you it would be a good idea. We'll cover the major ones here.
9th November 2021 by Mark Byrne
Once your new gaming PC is up and running, there are some must-have applications that will hopefully make your life easier and improve your experience
3rd November 2021 by Mark Byrne
With GPU prices still incredibly high, budget conscious gamers and parents are feeling it the most. Here are the best games for a budget gaming PC
1st November 2021 by Mark Byrne
In the real world, consoles are used by more than one person in a household and fill up fast. Realistically, how many games can you store on a PS5?
13th October 2021 by Mark Byrne
This guide highlights the pros and cons of some of our best selling and great value CPU coolers, comparing some of the best CPU coolers for every budget.
13th October 2021 by Matt Rees
If you're looking at Ethernet (or network) cables, you'll often see them referred to as 'CAT 5e' or 'CAT 6', 'Shielded' or 'Crossover'. But, what does this all mean, and how can you choose the right cable for you? Keep reading to find out.
12th October 2021 by Milyana Spence
We take a look at some of the best accessories you can get for your Gaming Laptop
11th October 2021 by Mark Byrne
White gaming PCs are as popular as ever, and white components are readily available. With a budget of £800 we look at the best options for this aesthetic.
7th October 2021 by Mark Byrne
Two brands stand out more than most with keycaps; Tai Hao and Ducky. Both are perfect for both the new and the veteran keycap modder... here's why.
6th October 2021 by Mark Byrne
The LGA 1200 chipset B560, H570 and Z590 motherboards for Intel's Rocket Lake CPUs: Expect surprisingly good value & performance for gaming builds
5th October 2021 by Matt Rees
Microsoft today released Windows 11 for general availability, and there are several ways that you can install the new operating system. Let's go through them!
4th October 2021 by Milyana Spence
Milyana takes a look at what you should keep in mind when you're choosing a power supply for your gaming rig.
29th September 2021 by Milyana Spence
The last few months have been amazing for gaming. We've seen invites for play tests being sent for Battlefield 2042, Halo Infinite, Age of Empires 4 and Call of Duty: Vanguard among many others. But how do you get one of those invites and can you get in on the action?
27th September 2021 by Mark Byrne
We take a look at the recommendations of some of the most trusted industry titans on what the best Gaming PC case is right now.
24th September 2021 by Mark Byrne
Where some PC builders are constructing rigs that look like a neon rainbow, there are a good amount of people who are looking for that minimalistic or clean look of a white PC build.
The update PS5 owners were waiting for - the ability to upgrade the SSD storage. This guide takes you through an SSD upgrade from start to finish.
23rd September 2021 by Mark Byrne
The reasonably priced and readily available Intel Core i5-10400F is ideal for anyone looking to build a budget gaming PC with stacks of power.
22nd September 2021 by Mark Byrne
Having an efficient workflow when you're on the move means finding the best photo editing laptop that offers performance, mobility and reliability.
21st September 2021 by Mark Byrne
The latest games use more storage than ever before, so we compared the best performing SSD and HDD storage for gaming PCs in 2021.
21st September 2021 by CCL Tech
If you're a gamer, the last thing you want is to struggle to hear your game over your power supply. Can this be reduced? Learn how a silent PC power supply works.
21st September 2021 by Milyana Spence
Cross-platform gaming has exploded. Here are some of the best free cross-play games you can play on console or PC in 2021.
20th September 2021 by Mark Byrne
We look at some of the best and biggest open world games and sandbox games available on PC and Steam in 2021
17th September 2021 by CCL Tech
From design work to gaming, sometimes one screen isn't enough. Find out what VESA desk mount dual designs are available for mounting two screens.
16th September 2021 by CCL Tech
Are you looking for information on mesh systems? Then check out this guide with Ubiquiti that will provide details on how this system functions.
15th September 2021 by Mark Byrne
From cold cathode tubes to modern ARGB LED lighting, the RGB PC build has evolved. We look at your options for the perfect RGB build.
14th September 2021 by Mark Byrne
PC Game Pass is now out of public beta, and subscriptions are available for just £1. We ask what is Game Pass for PC and how it works.
13th September 2021 by Mark Byrne
In this guide: Which home learning laptops have the best features for students? Which spec is best for your course? What budget do you need?
10th September 2021 by Mark Byrne
Time for a streaming PC build? Here's how to decide which hardware and software will take your Twitch and YouTube streaming to the next level.
9th September 2021 by Milyana Spence
You might have heard a lot of PC gamers and crypto miners talk about 'overclocking' their PCs and wondered what it means and whether or not you should try overclocking your PC.
8th September 2021 by Milyana Spence
Taking a look at input lag and how it can affect gaming on your PC.
8th September 2021 by Mark Byrne
Whether you want to increase desk space or have a multiple monitor setup, then you need the best wall mountable monitor for the job.
7th September 2021 by CCL Tech
Are you looking for a used PC case? Check out some of these tips for making sure you find the best option for your needs.
7th September 2021 by Mark Byrne
Before we start talking about what SSDs are or how SSDs are good for gamers, let's get one thing out in the open here...
7th September 2021 by Milyana Spence
Gaming monitors come in myriad of different sizes and specs, so choosing the right monitor for you can be confusing and overwhelming.
6th September 2021 by CCL Tech
Are you looking for some information on a wireless WiFi Dongle for PC? Then check out this short analysis to learn more.
2nd September 2021 by Mark Byrne
Whether you're new to the game or have been playing for a while, you've probably been wondering how to boost FPS (Frames Per Second) in Apex Legends.
31st August 2021 by Matt Rees
Picking the right Solid State Drive (SSD) can make a real difference to your system's performance. But how do you decide which one to go for? Read on to find out.
27th August 2021 by CCL Tech
Unless you're a hardcore gamer, shopping for a Gaming PC means encountering what seems like an alien language. GPUs? CPUs? PSUs? We wouldn't blame you if your eyes start to glaze over with all of the acronyms and abbreviations. But, we're here to help. The team at CCL has put together a complete Gaming PC glossary. Carry on reading and we'll take you through terminology you need to know...
26th August 2021 by CCL Tech
Can you stream from a gaming laptop? It's a question more and more gamers are asking as platforms such Twitch, Discord and others become ever more popular. Today's hardware and games integrate with streaming better than ever, so can you really stream from a laptop? Keep on reading to find out...
25th August 2021 by CCL Tech
The battle between laptops and desktops is one that seems like it stretches back to the dawn of time (well, the 1990s at least). When it comes to gaming, the battle is a valid one. Both laptops and desktops have their passionate fans. But, which one is right for you? If you're trying to decide between a laptop or a desktop for gaming, keep on reading to discover the pros and cons of each.
24th August 2021 by Kyle G
You've probably heard quite a bit about cloud gaming of late. With Xbox Cloud Gaming becoming available on iOS and PC, as well as the 'thing' that is Google Stadia, interest in cloud gaming is at an all-time high. But, what exactly is it? Keep reading to find out everything you need to know about cloud gaming...
23rd August 2021 by CCL Tech
A monitor is just a monitor right? Wrong! If you're serious about gaming, then selecting the right monitor can make a huge difference to your gaming performance. But, what type of monitor is best? There are so many different options and features to look at, it can make your head spin. Luckily, CCL is here to help with our guide to gaming PC monitors.
20th August 2021 by CCL Tech
If you want to get into PC gaming quickly and with minimal fuss, then buying a pre-built gaming PC is often the best option. But before you hit the buy button, here are some things you need to think about...
19th August 2021 by Kyle G
If your computer contains an NVIDIA graphics card and you're wondering what the associated NVIDIA GeForce Experience software is, keep reading. The CCL team has taken a look at what features this software has and how it differs from other NVIDIA software such as Control Panel.
18th August 2021 by Adam Harley
If you've ever shopped around for system memory (RAM), or even a full PC, you're probably aware that RAM has its own 'speed', like that of a CPU or GPU. So, faster the better right?! Not quite. There's a little more to it than that. So, keep reading to find out how to intelligently choose RAM for your computer.
12th August 2021 by CCL Tech
More and more people are choosing to build their own Gaming PC and it's easy to see why. You can create a gaming rig that's completely custom to you. Plus, you'll know the ins and outs of your system so you can easily upgrade it in future. So, if you want to try building a Gaming PC yourself, what parts will you need? Keep reading to find out!
10th August 2021 by CCL Tech
It's one of the perennial questions asked by gamers across the world: do AMD or NVIDIA make the best GPUs? It's an interesting debate to have. But when it comes to spending your own cold, hard cash you want a definitive answer. So, let's take a look and see whether you should buy an AMD or NVIDIA GPU...
29th July 2021 by Kyle G / Reagan L
In this, the first in a new series of articles, we're going to look at what you need to do to create a home recording studio. We'll talk about the different computer components, hardware and software you'll need to get your music career started. We'll also look at how home recording has evolved. Along the way you'll encounter a variety of terms and ideas, but don't worry if you're unfamiliar with them - we'll be explaining these at a later date. Using a computer for recording music is a deep rabbit hole.
8th December 2016 by Dan Le Vannais
Covering Windows 10, Windows 7 and Windows 8, this guide shows how to create USB installation media for each version of Windows.
28th November 2016 by Dan Le Vannais
A step by step guide covering the full process of installing Windows 10.
22nd November 2016 by Dan Le Vannais
A quick guide to restore Windows Update in Windows 7 to full functionality.
20th July 2016 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan goes through the steps you can take to restore a non working Start Menu in Windows 10
18th April 2016 by Dan Le Vannais
A recent Windows 7 update has left some users unable to start their computer, Dan is on hand with a quick guide to get you up and running again.
31st October 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
A quick guide to cover the difference in the size you'll see when comparing the size of a hard drive in Windows to it's advertised size on the box.
2nd September 2014 by Kyle G2
A brief guide into Intel Small Business Advantage (SBA) and its software suite.
11th July 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
A quick guide on how to get your system online and stay protected.
20th June 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
How to use and customise the Windows 8 Mail App
4th June 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
A brief guide to what works and what doesn't with all the current games consoles - UPDATED December 2016
24th January 2014 by Dave Hall
Ever wanted to know how to update a driver, when you have no installer and just a list of files ?
2nd October 2013 by Dave Hall
The Ins and Outs of keyboards, broken down and hopefully easy to understand.
12th July 2013 by Dave Hall
A quick guide on how best to spend your money in the Steam summer sale
28th June 2013 by Dave Hall
Don't get caught out, follow our and Microsoft's simple advice in this article
30th April 2013 by Stephen Simmons
There are many benefits of a cooler computer such as increasing its lifespan and allowing for higher overclocks, but how can you reduce the temperature of your processor?
29th April 2013 by Stephen Simmons
There are many benefits of a cooler computer such as increasing its lifespan and allowing for higher overclocks, but how can you reduce your systems temperature?
16th April 2013 by Stephen Simmons
Having multiple monitors is one of the many benefits of falling monitor prices, as they're becoming more affordable more and more people are opting for multi-monitor gaming.
15th April 2013 by Stephen Simmons
Having multiple monitors is one of the many benefits of falling monitor prices, as they're becoming more affordable more and more people are opting for multi-monitor gaming
11th April 2013 by Stephen Simmons
The internet is a minefield to those unfamiliar with its trickery and darker sides, but there are ways to stay safer online
26th March 2013 by Stephen Simmons
If you have recently purchased a new computer or if you've still got an old one laying around. Don't send it to landfill, install Xbox Media Center on it and give it a new lease of life as a home theatre PC.
25th March 2013 by Stephen Simmons
20th March 2013 by Stephen Simmons
Just because you have a new computer, it does not mean your old one is redundant. If you've ever wanted to host your own website but the monthly costs have put you off I'm going to show you how easy setting up your own webserver can be.
18th March 2013 by Stephen Simmons
12th March 2013 by Stephen Simmons
Whether you're buying a computer without an operating system or reinstalling your existing computer there comes a point in every computers lifetime where it's going to be necessary to perform an installation of Windows.
11th March 2013 by Stephen Simmons
Whether you're buying a computer without an operating system or reinstalling your existing computer there comes a point in every computers lifetime where it's going to be necessary to perform an installation of Windows.
26th February 2013 by Stephen Simmons
Medialess systems are becoming more common, but that doesn't really help in instances where you can't boot into the built in recovery options that Windows has available. Luckily there's a simple way to create a system repair disk to access these tools in such an unfortunate scenario.
22nd February 2013 by Stephen Simmons
Troubleshooting computer faults can be laborious and baffling at times, but following a quick series of simple tests they can be easier to diagnose than you may think. Let me show you just how easy troubleshooting a computer fault can be.
21st February 2013 by Stephen Simmons
Building your own computer is not only rewarding but it gives you many more options with regards to future upgrades. The best thing about building your own computer is also that it's not as difficult as people may think.
Once you've built your computer you may want to improve or expand it using expansion cards such as graphics cards, WiFi cards, controller cards, etc. they are super simple to fit and in this guide I'll show you how.
19th February 2013 by Stephen Simmons
Power is essential for every computer and PSUs are very simple to fit, with connectors being specifically moulded for specific applications it's a process that's easier than most people may think.
Every computer needs a device to boot from whether that's a CDROM, a HDD or an SSD and in this guide I'll show you how easy they are to install. This easy process can also be followed for adding additional drives to your machine.
18th February 2013 by Stephen Simmons
If you're buying a motherboard bundle or building a system from components, you're going to have to fit the motherboard into the case. Let me show you just how simple installing and fitting your motherboard is in this short handy guide.
7th February 2013 by Stephen Simmons
RAM is the simplest component to fit in my opinion and in this handy little guide I'll show you just how easy it is.
6th February 2013 by Stephen Simmons
If you're looking to build your own computer one of the first steps is installing the CPU and cooler. If this is a task you haven't undertaken before, let me show you just how simple it is in this guide.
5th February 2013 by Stephen Simmons
Ever wanted to increase the performance of your laptop with a simple and easy to perform memory upgrade? Let Steve show you how in this step by step guide.
4th January 2013 by Mathew Wade
No optical drive? No problem, Mathew shows you how easy installation via a USB is in this handy guide.
13th December 2012 by Kyle G2
If you are stuck for a present this Christmas there is still time to order from CCL, here are some of our best laptop offers this Christmas
22nd November 2012 by Josh North
Stay safe while browsing online.
22nd November 2012 by Kyle G2
The essential question on everyone's lips this year. Or maybe not!
This updated and improved guide covers all the major operating systems including the newly released Microsoft Windows 8 & Google's Chrome OS
11th November 2012 by Richard Lumb
Kingston's HyperX 3K SSD delivers high-speed SATA Rev. 3.0 (6Gb/s) performance.
Kingston's HyperX Genesis sets the standard in high-performance memory.
DataTraveler HyperX Predator USB Flash drive combines extreme speed with high capacity.
Kingston HyperX Predator memory features fast speeds, low latencies and high capacities.
9th November 2012 by Kyle G2
This guide briefly touches on what CPU overclocking is, what the benefits are and some of the potential risks, if you have heard overclocking being mentioned but never quite understood what it was then this is a great place to start your research
7th November 2012 by Josh North
CCL-Tech's newest author Josh takes us through updating our drivers for our NVIDIA based graphics cards.
4th October 2012 by Peter Thomson
A detailed run down of what changes you can expect moving from Windows 7 to Windows 8.
26th September 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Martin walks us through checking compatibility when looking to build our own systems, it's not as scary as you may think.
25th September 2012 by Peter Thomson
Nintendos latests hardware is on the horizon, here is everything you need to know.
11th September 2012 by Peter Thomson
When was the last time you cleaned inside your PC?
10th September 2012 by Kyle G2
Tom gives us some of the beneficial features of using NVIDIA products and the impact they have on mobile computing
8th August 2012 by Martin Robson
Martin tries to wet our palate and tempt us with 3D in a fairly in expensive way
2nd July 2012 by Stephen Simmons
One easy change to make to Windows when optimising your install after upgrading to an SSD is changing the default location of the Windows User folders to your mechanical drive. This simple guide shows you how.
23rd May 2012 by Stephen Simmons
In this short video Steve shows you just how easy installing a SSD in your laptop really is
18th May 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Our newest writer Martin Castaldo gives our readers his view on future proofing
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