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  1. Cases and Cooling
    I had my PC in a repair shop for over a month now. The guy has ordered an abundance of replacement parts of the same brand to test. Originally the issue was a faulty power supply that blew out my old motherboard. Though once he ordered new parts. The pc still didn't boot. However, today he...
  2. Building
    So, basically, I bought a graphics card and a power supply unit so I can upgrade my pc. First off, I am using a factory motherboard that came with my Dell Optiplex 390T. I don't have many ways of making money since I don't have a job yet, so I can't really buy a new motherboard soon that isn't...
  3. Articles, Tutorials & Reviews
    I used to be an avid reviewer of portable battery banks because of their unique design aspects. Some would have flashlights, others could start a car, and there was even a couple that could charge a smartphone seven times over. However, as the reviews continued on, I began to notice that once...
  4. Articles, Tutorials & Reviews
    Everyday people sign up here at Tech Support Forum looking for advice on their latest computer build, some even ask if it’s suitable to build their own. Building a computer can be rejoicing and a fun activity for anybody and once the hardware has been selected, it comes down to finding a...
  5. Articles, Tutorials & Reviews
    There are hundreds of different colors, looks, styles and brands when choosing a new computer case. A PC case is optimized to give you the best cooling and protection for the PC internals. Dust filters keep out harmful dust, metal construction allows the PC to stand tall and firm, and included...
  6. Mac Support
    Following answers to the questions asked by the jury last week, the eight-member jury came to the conclusion that both Apple and Samsung were at fault for patent-infringement. The outcome was a $119.6 million Samsung payout to Apple for lost income since Apple claimed they lost customers to...
  7. Hard Drive Support
    In this tutorial, I will try my best to walk you through basic cable management. What you will need: Zip-Ties Zip-Tie Mounts Scissors or other preferred cutting device Patience This is not part of the tutorial and if you don't know what you're doing you can damage your Power Supply Unit...
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