COVID-19 and Remoting In

COVID-19 and Remoting In

We’re all living through a shared experience, where everyone has been forced to navigate challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. And in this new reality, far-reaching changes have been made to ensure public safety, some of which will continue well into the future. For example, amid the lockdowns and reduced economic activity, businesses were forced […]

Why you should not reuse passwords.

Why you should not reuse passwords.

This story originally appeared on Security Magazine. It is very important to not reuse passwords across sites, as a data breach on one site can cause a ripple effect as hackers try your logins they have gathered from one site on other sites. And breaches happen so often that it can be hard to keep […]

URGENT: NZXT H1 FIRE HAZARD

URGENT: NZXT H1 FIRE HAZARD

          One of the most popular cases of 2020 was the NZXT H1. This Small Form Factor case had a tiny foot print of only 7 sq in with a height of 15in, which made it very versatile and easy to find space for on or under a desk. It comes with a 650W 80+ […]

The State of the Custom System Environment in 2021

The State of the Custom System Environment in 2021

            As previously stated in a blog not too long ago, the CPU and GPU stock throughout the world is abysmal in terms of availability. With GPU stock not expected to stabilize until mid March or later, and CPU stock still in flux until that time as well or even later; is it worth building […]

Thank you!

Thank you!

Thank you for another fantastic year. We feel very blessed to have made it through 2020 without having to reduce our staff. We appreciate all of our wonderful clients that continue to support us year after year. We have been in business since 1999 and still have original clients from over 20 years ago. Our […]

AMD vs INTEL vs NVIDIA Who won 2020?

AMD vs INTEL vs NVIDIA Who won 2020?

Despite the current state of the world, 2020 has been an amazing year for the computer technology industry. Many parts have been constantly out of stock due to the high demand that the pandemic has caused for upgrading and building new computers. Along with the new release of pre-built systems and laptops from almost every […]

AMD Strikes Back with RDNA2 and Zen 3

AMD Strikes Back with RDNA2 and Zen 3

As of the writing of this article(Oct 28, 2020) AMD has had their press releases showcasing their new Zen3 Ryzen 5000 processors and their new RDNA2 GPUs, affectionately dubbed “Big Navi” by the community. Early leaked benchmarks of the 5000 series processors put them in striking distance of Intel’s top performing CPUs in gaming performance. […]

The Continued Importance of Security

The Continued Importance of Security

By Matthew Ragsdale, Frankenstein Computers As the months go by and as we continue to work with COVID, more and more of us are finding that we’re using our personal computers to access work assets, or we are relying on technology that we’re not completely comfortable with. Many are not aware of the vast security […]

An Extra Step Protects You From Scams

An Extra Step Protects You From Scams

            I’m sure a lot of you have come across emails from Netflix, Amazon, and other subscription based sites telling you that your subscription has expired, or that your payment didn’t go through. Most of these emails will include a “click here to resolve” button. DO NOT, and I repeat, DO NOT click on these […]

Outlook Asking for Password

Outlook Asking for Password

Are you a normal Microsoft Outlook user and have been running into issues with the application producing a pop up box that is constantly asking for you email password and you are unable to send/receive emails as well as unable to get the box to go away even after entering your password over and over? […]