Changing / extending hard disks in a notebook

Notebooks are now priced quite attractively. Entry-level notebooks for home use are already available for less than €500 when new, and gaming notebooks are now also available for €800 depending on the performance class. However, these entry-level devices often only have a small SSD or even a hard drive installed as fixed storage, and devices …

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Lowering CPU temperature with Throttlestop

Especially owners of (gaming) notebooks know this problem. The device itself delivers a good performance. However, thanks to increasingly slimmer notebooks, it is also becoming more and more difficult to cool the components cleanly. As a result, the devices throttle under load, become very loud and noticeably limit the overall experience. The Throttlestop software can …

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Virtual console: RetroPie

Old game consoles. For many, a part of their childhood. Feelings of nostalgia. I wonder how many hours I spent on Nintendo 64, Game Boy or Playstation 1? Certainly several hundred or even a thousand. Often you feel the desire to simply unpack one of the old classics and revive your childhood. But to buy …

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