Chris from Code the Things is back with another round of tests for the ‘Destitute’ tier of our main build chart: game streaming services! With another round of tests on our most affordable build comes another terrific video, featured above.
Logical Increments is looking for freelance writers who are passionate and knowledgeable about PC hardware to write for our blog and potentially other parts of our website. This post will detail how to become one of our writers, as well as what that would entail.
Disqus user Equinoxdini has created an alternate chart and requested that we feature it, so here it is!
It may be of particular interest to those of you facing significant availability woes, and (at least for now) those of you who have been asking about Intel options while our main chart’s recommendations are (temporarily) dominated by AMD CPUs.
With Black Friday 2020 deals on the horizon, we take a look at how to find the best deals on hardware online in Covid times. With new and previous-generation hardware likely up for grabs, now is the time to prepare your buying plans.
Last month, we announced our intention to make a donation to The Turing Trust as a share of our September profits.
We are proud to say that the donation drive is finished, and we are donating $1000 to them. Yeah! We’d like to extend our thanks to everyone that used LI in September; we (literally) couldn’t have done it without you.
This month, we here at Logical Increments have decided to donate to The Turing Trust, a charity organization that brings computer access and IT education to schools in sub-Saharan Africa.
Our donation will take the form of 10% of all profits earned during the month of September. You can help us support them directly by donating to The Turing Trust, or indirectly by simply purchasing PC hardware through a link on our site this month.
AMD is releasing two new low-tier CPUs at the end of May (the R3 3100 and R3 3300X).
Due to their specifications and pricing, it’s very likely that one or both of them will be added to our main chart—but not immediately.
At Logical Increments, our focus is helping you find the best PC parts to fit your budget. For most of us here, this is much more than a job: PC research is something we enjoy! For some of us, the love of technology is one of our lifelong pursuits.
One of our researchers recently got his PhD in physics: Meet Arjit Bheed, or should we say… Dr. Arjit Bheed? Congratulations, Arji! It will be difficult for us to get used to calling you “Dr.” Arjit after so many years of being good ol’ Arji, but we will get the hang of it!
Dr Arjit’s research shows that there is a strong potential (93.33% probability with n>=25) that there is a new element that exists between Nickel and Copper. Discovering a new element would not have mattered much in the 1800’s (when thousands of new chemical elements were being discovered), but it will be a unique event in 2020! Way to go, Dr Arjit!