It seems that finally the age of limited PC parts supply is over and the age of low prices is upon us! What better time to build a new gaming PC than amidst these falling prices. So we decided to update our list of template builds from the back to Continue Reading
Coincidence or not, both RTX 4080 and Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 came out on the same day.
Everybody does top of the line CPU plus top of the line GPU. We thought we should take a look at a bit less expensive GPU options and do a gaming build. Some specs and links: i9-13900KF on Amazon: http://stedigaming.com/to/13900KF i9-13900K: http://stedigaming.com/to/13900K Gigabyte Z690 US: http://stedigaming.com/to/Z690UD Kingston Fury Beast 32GB: Continue Reading
Kingston NV2 2TB vs. Crucial P3 Plus 2TB Benchmarks included Nowadays most Socket 1700 or AM5 motherboards have plenty of M.2 slots, but from time to time you might find yourself needing to add more NVMe SSDs than the available M.2 slots. Supermicro has an option which is mainly designed Continue Reading
Intel’s new flagship, the i9-13900K/KF just got released so we will be testing that one too. Here is our quick Valorant test.
One of the latest games on one of the latest CPUs – Ryzen 9 7950X performance in Overwatch 2 – combined with the modest RX 6800 XT. I’ve seen a question popping up lately. Can I use my AM4 motherboard with the latest Ryzen 7000 series? No. You can not Continue Reading
Oh well. Consistent ultra high FPS numbers in Valorant with the new Ryzen 9 7950X combined with a modest Radeon RX 6800 XT. Is Ryzen 9 7950X good for gaming? Ryzen 9 7950X is probably the best desktop processor at the moment so it is great for gaming. Combined with Continue Reading
This is probably the best $2500 gaming PC build with Ryzen 9 7900X. It combines the new Gigabyte X670E Aorus Master motherboard with super fast DDR5 RAM from G.Skill and one of the best SSDs on the market – WD SN850 Black. What is the best motherboard for Ryzen 9 Continue Reading
The new Ryzen 5 7600X is out so we did a few gaming performance tests with it. Here is one from the list: 7600X Valorant. You can see more on our YouTube Channel: SteDi Gaming
Most of the AM4 coolers are compatible with AM5 socket and are installed the same way – by using either the preinstalled clips or removing them and screwing the AM5 socket mounting brackets in the treads. A small number of coolers, like the Noctua NH-L9a-AM4, are not compatible out of Continue Reading