With the number of people building a Gaming PC skyrocketing, the burning question for many first-time builders is, 'what do all of the different components do?' In this 'What is?'
When looking at building a Gaming PC it can be easy to get carried away, adding in pricey components that look or perform the part. But just how much do
Should you pick up AMD's 'latest and greatest' 6650XT, or is an older entry to the GPU market - the 6600XT a better option? In today's buyers guide we'll be
Should you buy the RX 6650 XT, or should you stick with Nvidia's 'tried and true', the RTX 3060? Today, we'll be answering this question with a versus battle of
Today is a very exciting day in the GeekaWhat office, as we've got a hold of one of AMD's newest GPU's, the RX 6650XT!
When it comes to building a Gaming PC, the hardest decision is always picking the best parts for your system. To do so successfully, you first need to look at
Intel's 12th Generation chips offer a whole new range of features, from PCI-E 5.0 to DDR5. The new architecture has provided a real bump in performance, while also debuting the
Intel's newest 12th Generation CPUs introduced a host of new options for PC gamers and enthusiasts. Alongside the release of 12th Gen CPUs we've also witnessed a great deal of
A case is the largest and one of the most important components of any PC build. After you've put all of your components together outside of the case, you will
B660 boards are see as the go-to, budget solution for those looking to pick up one of the latest Intel 12th Gen processors, without forking out the large sums needed
Since the release of Intel's 12th generation CPUs, we've seen the support of DDR5 memory become a widespread. DDR4 has been the standard for just over 6 years, so seeing
Intel's 12th generation line-up of CPUs has brought with it a whole new range of features to the market. With new motherboards sporting options like DDR5 support, PCI-E 5.0 compatibility,
Entry level builds will often vary in price range, and performance metrics with the components you've picked. Some users may decide to go with a budget philosophy so they can
Picking out a colour scheme is not normally the forefront of a PC build. Often users will consider just getting the best parts they can, for the best price point.
Often when building a gaming PC, at the cost of trying to minimise expenses for components we can forget about the design and look of the build. In the GeekaWhat