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One of the best ways to de-stress after a long day is to play PC games. Gaming can be a fun activity or an income-generating career if you choose to go professional. Becoming a pro gamer is never easy; you need to invest in the best accessories and put your time into it.

The gadgets and equipment you use can determine your gaming experience. Although you may have the basics, i.e., keyboard and mouse, they won’t help you make any meaningful progress. You will need other gaming gears to improve your gameplay and become a pro.

Online gaming has evolved drastically and has almost replaced video games. As a gamer, not every user is aware of the risks in gaming. Online gaming attracts people of different age groups and different geographical regions. With so many being excited to play online games, this certainly opens doors for various cybersecurity threats.

With AMD's new Threadripper processor unveil, as well as the Playstation 5 and Microsoft xCloud announcements, it seems like the next-gen of gaming is knocking at the door. As the hardware world is gearing towards greater heights, manufacturers are quickly preparing for this whole other world of connectivity that 5G gaming is promising. Videogames are often cited as one of the biggest benefactors of this new wireless technology, but what exactly can we expect from 5G gaming in the near future? Continue reading and find out everything you need to know about 5G gaming.

Earlier this Summer, Sony skipped out on a traditional E3 press conference leaving fans wondering what's next on the horizon. In a rather uneventful way, Sony announced its next-generation hardware the PlayStation 5 in April 2019. We didn't get any pictures of the new console or controller. However, Sony did elaborate on the power of the system along with the new DualShock 5 controller. While the design of the hardware hasn't been shown off yet, dev kits for the system have apparently been shown off online.

When the topic of gaming comes about, terms like refresh rates and FPS are ones that most frequently pop up among avid players. Aside from consoles, which usually come with low caped frame rates, PC games can customize their setups and choose monitors ranging anywhere from 60 FPS to 240 FPS. But, what does it exactly mean, and does it affect your performance? Continue reading to find out.

In November 2019, Valve sent shockwaves through the PC gaming community by releasing an announcement trailer for its new Half-Life game, titled Half-Life: Alyx. The long-awaited sequel promises to revolutionize the VR experience, by bringing an exclusively VR product with never before seen features. Although there's not much information yet, the short but compact trailer blew us away with many unique details and left us wanting more. Continue reading to find out every piece of information that's currently available on this PC exclusive.

How to build a gaming PC?

Building a gaming PC is no different than building a typical PC, and the only difference is deciding on the components and budget. In the early 1990s, building a PC was a common practice amongst technology hobbyists. With the introduction of branded, low-cost, and fully assembled PCs from Dell, Compaq, HP, and other major PC manufacturers voided reasons for assembling your own PC as it was cheaper and better to buy an off-the-shelf unit. The PC makers have the buying power to bundle components into a single unit and offer you better pricing and reliability than your own defeats the purpose of building your own customized PC. Despite the fact that the economy-of-scale offered by the PC manufacturers don't sway into buying a ready-made PC, you have a couple of things to consider when you choose to build your own "gaming" PC.