This month, we’re bringing lots of small updates to our main build chart (and reaffirming some decisions from last month):
If you’ve spent more than five minutes checking headphones online, you’ve probably realised a few things:
All the headphones I’ve purchased have been for different uses, and each one has come with pros and cons. There’s a lot to consider, and hopefully this guide will help make the decision easier. Keep in mind that the following is in general terms. You may find a specific pair of headphones that behaves unexpectedly or as if it had different properties, and that’s fine. But this should match at least 90% of standard headphones on the market.
If you just want to get some recommendations for headphones based on different use cases and budgets, you can skip down to the section titled,”Which headphones should I buy?”
RAM prices took to the skies in 2017, and remained airborne throughout 2018. This year, RAM prices have landed, settled down, and are considering digging an underground cave in preparation for Armageddon, and are expected to go down even further.
Update: The application deadline has passed.
Logical Increments is hiring a new Computer Expert/Editor.
This job will entail regularly answering questions from our visitors. It will also involve editing articles that will appear on our blog and website, plus a lot of other things. We are essentially looking for a Swiss Army Knife in human form!
Here it is… The Ryzen 7 update. This is going to be a long one.
Now, read on to get our full impressions and explanation for our placement of the Ryzen 7 chips.
Logical Increments is looking for freelance writers who are passionate and knowledgable about PC hardware to write for our blog and potentially other parts of our website.
Here it is! After months of waiting (technically a year, if you have been waiting since the last AMD release), the RX 480 has finally been released. AMD’s new graphics card is made with their new 14nm manufacturing process, setting expectations sky-high. The price is also generously low, and the anticipation levels have been off the charts! So how does it do? Let us take a look. (Sources listed at the bottom.)
New PC hardware releases (and falling prices on older hardware) have caused a lot of small updates to our PC parts recommendations. This update focuses on improving our recommendations in the mid-range tiers. There are a lot of small updates, so let us take them category by category.
Intel has launched its latest set of high-end CPUs, the Broadwell-E series. This is a set of 4 CPUs, at $450, $650, $1100, and $1750 price points.
We have added the following CPUs to the Logical Increments parts list: