What’s The Difference Between DDR3 & DDR4

Let’s Compare DDR3 and DDR4 RAM Most of us have been using DDR3 RAM for years.  It has been the gold standard for the PC enthusiast. If you have been paying attention, DDR4 RAM is now on the scene. One would assume that DDR4 is better but is it? Does it cost more? Is it faster in real world applications? What are the technical differences? Let’s Compare DDR3 and DDR4

The Future Of Cinematic VR

Jaunt VR – THE FUTURE OF CINEMATIC VR “Following more than two years of intensive research and development, we bring you a first look at Jaunt’s professional-grade stereographic cinematic VR camera, codenamed “NEO.”” – Jaunt VR – THE FUTURE OF CINEMATIC VR Unlike any virtual reality or 360-degree camera before the VR appeared at CES this year with keen interest. Keep in mind this is not intended for or available to the individual user,

What Is Power Over Ethernet?

Why Power Over Ethernet (POE)?  Why & When Should I use it?  Why Power Over Ethernet? Simply put, Power over Ethernet (POE) is a technology that allows network cables to also carry power (typically DC) in addition to the network signal. This is done in order to power network devices that require a low level of power in addition to a network signal to function properly. This is done without the need to run

USB Flash Drive Guide

What to look for when Buying a Flash Drive Personal free cloud storage (Dropbox, Box, One Drive, Google Drive just to name a few) is everywhere these days, but there is nothing quite like a flash drive that you can loan to a friend or transfer files from one location to another. The good news, today’s flash drives are faster and cheaper than ever. What should you look for when buying

Scan Your Hard Drive for Bad Sectors

Scan Your Hard Drive for Bad Sectors    Scanning a Disk for Bad Sectors With Windows: When checking a traditional hard drive, IE not an SSD, you can easily check your hard drive using the DOS command chkdsk /r or chkdsk /b to check for bad sectors. This may take some time depending on the size of the hard drive in question, and the number of directories and files. You may prefer