X79T LGA 2011 motherboard (X79-Turbo V1.01)
Review of the Chinese motherboard PLEXHD X79 Turbo (the exact marking is X79-Turbo V1.01, also known as X79T) is a promising new fall-winter 2018. The motherboard has standard functionality for…

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How paper quality affects printer wear
This material will help many users to find out a useful thing, namely, how the quality of the paper affects the wear of the printer, and which paper to buy…

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Monitor calibration
Monitor calibration is a necessary preparatory stage for pre-printing photographs and images, without which all efforts to select the most suitable and spectacular colors will be in vain. Incorrect color…

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How to boot a laptop from a flash drive?

In order for us to be able to boot the laptop from a flash drive, disk, or other media, the so-called hot keys were invented, allowing you to get into the boot menu bypassing the BIOS settings.

I will give an example of how to get into such a boot menu on various laptop models. We reboot the laptop and, depending on your model, at the time of the start of loading, press the corresponding hot key. On my Asus laptop, this is the ESC key. Continue reading

How to install windows from a flash drive
In this article, I will answer the three most popular questions that arise for PC users who decide to install Windows 7 or Windows 8, 8.1, 10 from a USB…

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How to install windows from a flash drive
In this article, I will answer the three most popular questions that arise for PC users who decide to install Windows 7 or Windows 8, 8.1, 10 from a USB…

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DIY RAM installation
Do-it-yourself installation of RAM should be done in a case in which there is already a fixed motherboard and processor. Something like this: Do-it-yourself RAM installation In the photo above…

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DIY computer assembly
Detailed DIY assembly instructions. Let's start it by installing the processor and motherboard. Installing the processor and motherboard. Before you start assembling your computer yourself, let's look at the figure…

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