New Guide: Building a PC for ARK: Survival Evolved


ARK: Survival Evolved is a game that bends the most impressive gaming PCs to its will. It is essentially impossible for even the most powerful consumer-grade PC to run the game at a smooth 60 FPS at 4K resolution. This is your warning: Your PC probably cannot run this game on full settings.

But for those brave souls who wish to forego the warnings and attempt to play ARK, we now have a guide for you: Building the Best PC for ARK: Survival Evolved.

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New Guide: Building a PC for Battlefield 1


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Battlefield 1 will be releasing on PC Oct. 21st. And with great visual quality comes semi-great hardware demands.

Can your PC handle Battlefield 1? Are you looking to build a PC or upgrade to one that can run BF1 the way it’s meant to be played? Check out our new PC build guide: Building the Best PC for Battlefield 1.

If you have any questions about the hardware requirements for Battlefield 1, or if you have any suggestions for other game build guides, let us know in the comments!

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Building a PC for Music Production and Digital Audio Workstations


One of the most popular requests we receive is a build guide for a music production PC that will power digital audio workstation (DAW) software. These are computers specially built for editing and working with audio and music.

Professional music production PCs often come with plenty of RAM, powerful CPUs, and the quietest components you can afford. If you’re looking to build your own professional music production PC, we’re here to help you get started.

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Haswell-E or Broadwell-E? Intel i7-5960X vs. i7-6900K vs. i7-6950X


What is the best high-end CPU? The 3 best consumer-grade options are the Broadwell-E i7-6900K and i7-6950X, and the older Haswell-E  i7-5960X. We previously recommended the i7-5960X over the newer i7-6900K in our build guide for NVIDIA’s GTX 1080, because of the older CPU’s superior overclocking potential. Here we will compare the pros and cons of these CPUs in more detail, so that you can make the best choice.

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Now Hiring: Full Stack Developer in Subang Jaya, Malaysia

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Logical Increments is looking for a full-stack web developer for our offices located in Subang Jaya, Malaysia. We would highly prefer candidates with at least 2 years of development experience. You will be working on both front-end and back-end projects, so we require good knowledge of JS/Angular/PHP. Salary range of RM4000-6000/month, based on experience and skills.

If you are interested, send us your details at

Full job info can be found at Jobstreet.

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Graphics Card Prices Explained

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A user recently asked the following:

I was looking at the general availability/prices of GTX 1060s in Australia, and I was a little confused. Could you please shed some light on why some GTX 1060s:

  • Are more cheap/expensive? E.g. EVGA is $409, ASUS is $429, and MSI is $489! Your guides say these are all good, reputable brands, so why is there such a price difference? Is this a reflection of quality?
  • This might be a silly question, but… Some GTX 1060s have one fan, whereas others have two fans. Does this make a real difference in terms of heat efficiency?

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