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Steam Download Stopping and How to Fix It

Is there anything more frustrating than having your Steam download stop and then get stuck in a seemingly unending start and stop loop? You might take some comfort in knowing that you’re not the only gamer going through this treacherous experience. In fact, a sizeable number of Steam members go through the same experience. It’s not clear what is causing the problem. But, through troubleshooting and trial and error, there are a variety of possible solutions that you can try out that will help you get that download completed and finally get around to enjoying the game. Fix 1: Reconnect...

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Fierce PCs Top 3 Budget Gaming PCs

We can understand that purchasing a Gaming PC to fit particular requirements can be expensive to pay up front. Which is why we've come up with a list of our favourite Fierce PC Budget Gaming PCs to help you get that extra step closer to getting your dream Gaming Computer! Continue reading

Graphics Settings Demystified

If you’re running a less than modern gaming PC setup, configuring graphics options is something of an art: balancing visual quality with performance in the form of frames per second (FPS). As a general rule, lowering settings makes games run faster but uglier, and increasing everything to maximum can result in a gorgeous slideshow. To help you better understand the effects of changing various settings, we’ve put together a list of some of the most common graphics settings around starting with the basics and moving to some of the more arcane graphics options you’re likely to find. Resolution Resolution is...

Hardware Buying Guide

When purchasing a new gaming PC, it's important to consider the components that go into it. Most modern PCs will play the latest games, but that doesn't mean they'll do it well. Here's our guide on what hardware and PC Upgrades to look for when purchasing your new gaming PC. Processor The brain of your computer, often called the CPU. This is the actual component that will be performing calculations - every single thing you do on a computer will use the processor. A processor's performance is measured in gigahertz (GHz), which refers to the speed. Though with modern computers...