Even though Adsense has been around for over a decade, many bloggers and internet marketers are still puzzling on the issue that whether Google Ads or any ads placement on the website will hurt your SERPs or not. Google claims that they will not treat sites with Adsense differently, or to the elongate of penalizing [...]


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Although Advanced Micro Devices pins most of its hopes on hybrid accelerated processing units (APUs) these days, it continues to supply traditional central processing units for performance enthusiasts. In a bid to make its FX-series line a little bit more competitive, the company plans to cut-down their prices in the coming weeks. On the first [...]


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How to Install PPTP VPN on CentOS server in ONLY 3 steps – In this page I will show you a shortcut method how to build a VPN server based on PPTP technology in only 3 (three) steps. Normally if you want to install it manually you’ll need at least 10 steps to make it [...]


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Introduction The Intel Pentium G3258 kind of snuck up on us during Computex 2014, without much being spoken about it previously. With most of the focus being on the Devil’s Canyon I7 4790K, seeing a new processor from Intel for under $100 with overclocking in mind was a pleasant surprise. While processors under $100 from [...]


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This morning VESA announced that DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync has been ratified as part of the DisplayPort 1.2a video standard. This is a very big deal for gamers as Adaptive-Sync should provide smoother, tear-free images for gaming and judder-free video playback. DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync enables the display to dynamically match a GPU’s rendering rate, on a frame-by-frame basis, [...]


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Community members frustrated by Need For Speed: Rivals’ 30FPS frame rate lock have discovered a method to force the PC version into running at 60FPS. According to a video posted by Pixel Enemy, the fix seems incredibly simple. All players need to do is right click the shortcut to the Need For Speed Rivals executable, [...]


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  Microsoft’s Xbox One launch has seen some bumps in the road but the company has announced it’s already sold more than a million consoles worldwide. Last week, Sony announced the PS4 sold more than one million units in the US and Canada in less than a day, but at this point, Microsoft has not [...]


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We’ve spent a lot of time talking about the Battlefield 4 launch; whenever a new game launches that really pushes the hardware and raises the bar, it makes sense for us to be psyched since we are, after all, in the hardware business. The Call of Duty: Ghosts launch has been somewhat troubled, but both [...]


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We’ve been waiting a long time for the AMD chip known as Kaveri, but at least now we have a date for its availability: January 14th. We also know that the flagship desktop part for FM2+ socket motherboards will be called the A10-7850K, that it’ll use four Steamroller CPU cores clocked at 3.7GHz, and that [...]


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AMD’s range-topping Radeon R9 290X has been (officially) shrouded in mystery since its unveiling last month, but the company is at last revealing full details and releasing the graphics card to stores. As you’d expect given its $549 price, the flagship is a big leap in performance over the $299 R9 280X: it carries 2,816 [...]


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