Techtree Test Labs , April 01, 2005 0000 hrs IST
You have a neat little 5.1 channel speaker system at your place and you wish to record audio to some other source. But the mess that all the wires create is a big turn off.
Ameya Dalvi , February 04, 2005 0000 hrs IST
People may not know about the speed of the CPU that powers their machine, or for that mater, the quantity of RAM, or the capacity of their hard drive, but one thing they know for sure is the size of their monitor and understandably so.
Punit Lodaya , January 21, 2005 0000 hrs IST
Experiencing occasional hang ups on your computer? Perhaps it could be due to overheating of the computer components. Since, most computer parts are made of millions of transistors; it is bound to emit heat.
Punit Lodaya , January 14, 2005 0000 hrs IST
You have deep pockets, yearn for the best experience in the game and still confused as to which graphics card to buy? Had it been a Monopoly in the graphics card business, then there wouldn't be so many problems.
Punit Lodaya , November 26, 2004 0000 hrs IST
Heat, dust and moisture are the biggest enemies of your computer. While an air-conditioned room is the best way to protect your computer, not everyone can afford to have one. But there are other ways to protect your computer
Punit Lodaya , November 05, 2004 0000 hrs IST
In our last guide, we covered the basics of Overclocking and also how to overclock entry-level video cards using cooling equipment like thermal paste and RAM sinks. This guide is the second step in the overclocking guide, covering high-end cards.
Soham Raninga , October 29, 2004 0000 hrs IST
Overclocking is becoming an increasingly popular phenomenon in the computing world. With motherboards and video cards supporting overclocking features, pushing the hardware to its limits has gained a lot of significance.
Punit Lodaya , October 08, 2004 0000 hrs IST
Welcome to Part 2 of Home Networking. I am sure that by now you must have become proficient enough in connecting two computers. If not, you can still go through the first guide, which covers the topics like requirements, crimping and software configuration.
Punit Lodaya , October 01, 2004 0000 hrs IST
Today, we will walk through the basic steps of “Home Networking”. After going through this guide, you should be able to connect two computers with each other.
Varun Singh , June 12, 2002 0000 hrs IST
So you recently brought home your new PC and you're already bored playing your same old games by yourself. Split screen Need For Speed didn't quite click for you either, did it? It looks like its time for you get your machines together. Solution - Network them. Networking doesn't have to be