🕹 PS4 and Xbox 💾 load games faster, add storage with SSD - DIY in 5 Ep 87

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How to upgrade your PS4 Pro hard drive to 2TB — step by step!

Subscribe! https://gamebits.tv/s The Sony PlayStation 4 Pro comes with an internal 1TB (one terabyte) hard drive. Here's how to swap it out and replace it with a 2TB Seagate FireCuda hard drive, doubling your storage capacity for more downloads, games, and DLC! Purchase the Seagate FireCuda from Amazon at https://gamebits.tv/amz-firecuda (affiliate link) Download the system software at https://www.playstation.com/en-us/support/system-updates/ps4/#newinstallation Learn how to install the system software on your new hard drive at https://youtu.be/hrrtPkA3iaE Follow me on Twitter at https://twitter.com/gamebits Follow me on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/+GamebitsTV Follow me on Google+ at https://plus.google.com/+GamebitsTV

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What can you do with Thunderbolt 3? DIY in 5 Ep 75

ThunderBolt 3.0: what is it? What does it do? Why should you care? Thunderbolt was originally a hardware interface standard developed by Intel in collaboration with Apple. It was twice as fast as USB 3.0 at the time and could transfer both serial data to hard drives and peripherals as well as video data to displays. This is impressive because it combines PCI Express and DisplayPort into two serial signals, plus it provides power, all in one cable. On top of that, it can be daisy-chained: you can plug a hard drive into a computer and a monitor into a hard drive and it all works. The first two iterations used a Mini DisplayPort connector and were revolutionary for their times. The latest iteration, ThunderBolt 3.0 uses an even smaller USB-C connector, featured on the latest MacBook Pros, and has a bandwidth of 40Gbit/s, doubles the bandwidth of ThunderBolt 2.0, uses half the power, and can output two 4k displays at 60Hz, and transfer up to 100 watts of power. As 4k becomes more prevalent and SSDs get faster and larger and laptops get thinner and smaller, legacy USB ports can’t keep up. If you want to set up two 4k displays with only one cable, access data on more than one external hard drive quickly and seamlessly, beef up your laptop graphics with an external GPU, connect to a friend’s PC using one cable and get a 10Gb Ethernet connection between the two or do any of those things plus charge your laptop, it can only be done with ThunderBolt 3.0. Just a few years ago technology like external GPUs, micro-thin laptops and ultrabooks, docking laptops or even VR headsets with a single cable capable of delivering multiple high res video channels and power was not possible. Thunderbolt 3 can make all of these things possible. So where can you find this amazing new tech? If you see a tiny lightning bolt logo, you can be sure that the port or cable in question supports ThunderBolt 3. These logos aren’t required, so sometimes you may get a pleasant surprise, but usually this is a solid indicator. Where do you think ThunderBolt tech will take us next? What would you like to see? Let us know in the comments. Subscribe to Kingston: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=KingstonTechMemory

HyperX Savage EXO SSD — обзор портативного накопителя

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Refurbished PC Buying Guide 🖥 DIY in 5 Ep 86

Here are a few tips that for buying used or refurbished PC gear. Generally, any tech you see listed as refurbished, reconditioned, B stock, pre-owned or even used just means that it cannot legally be sold as new. These items are sold at a steep discount, usually 30-50% the MSRP, which is a great deal. But what’s wrong with them? While we could jump to conclusion that it’s defective and that’s why it was returned, that’s not always the case. The original owner could have had buyer’s remorse or found a better deal elsewhere. The item could have been set out as a display in a store. It could have been failed to meet the manufacturer’s quality test and was rebuilt before it even left the factory. You never know, and you’ll probably never find out. If there was something defective about the product, someone somewhere probably ran some diagnostics, wiped the hard drive, did a fresh OS install and put it back in the box. Again, you never really know. Because of this, it can be a little terrifying to spend so much money on refurbished tech, even though the seller assures you it’s good as new. Buy from a trusted retailer/manufacturer Our first recommendation is only buying refurbished PC gear from a trusted retailer or even directly from the manufacturer if possible - not eBay, craigslist or from Uncle Joe. Bigger retailers usually have some type of warranty or certification for restoring products and are more likely to stand by their work. If you can buy directly from the manufacturer, that’s even better. Not only will you have a manufacturer’s warranty, but any defective parts that were replaced will be originals and the refurbished product will be put through the same testing as the brand-new products. Microsoft even has their own standard, MAR (Microsoft Authorized Refurbished) guaranteeing legitimacy of their products with a Certificate of Authenticity. Warranty & Return Policy Next, if not purchasing directly from the manufacturer, check that warranty and return policy. Find out the coverage length, how repairs are handled, repair turn-around time, and who is the party providing the coverage (is it the manufacturer or some company you never heard of?). Knowing you are covered, should you have an issue, offers a peace of mind and shows that the seller stands behind the quality of the product being sold. It used to be the case that ‘recertified’ implied some kind of warranty coverage, while ‘refurbished’ meant sold ‘as is’ but that’s not always the case. Other things to check A little trick I love when shopping for used tech is to take the model number of the purchase I’m considering and compare it to a brand-new model, if possible. If the specs are different, then chances are the item was refurbished with third party or inferior components. Next, compare the warranties to see if a machine with similar specifications is available at the same price but with a longer warranty. Some refurbished retailers will use a Grading scale for used products A-C to let you know the condition the product is in, with A being the best condition and C being ‘heavily-worn’. Take all of this into consideration when doing your research. If you are considering buying a fully built, refurbished PC, see if it comes with peripherals, power cables, an operating system. Sometimes they don’t and that will explain the lower price and if you already have these items this is a great way to save money. If there is an OS installed, does it come with a valid license? Buying refurbished PC gear can be a great deal if you know what to look out for. We’ve even found refurbished tech that had only been out a few months! I’ve also purchased refurbs that had issues, but were under manufacturer’s warranties, thank the pc gods. Do you buy refurbished tech? Why or why not? Let us know in the comments. If you want to buy new, remember Kingston and HyperX makes killer PC components like memory modules, SSDs, keyboards, and mice. Subscribe to Kingston: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=KingstonTechMemory

You can load games faster with external SSDs, with the added benefit of storing more games. Even if you sprung for the 1TB version of the PS4 or Xbox One, with AAA titles like Red Dead Redemption 2 having file sizes at least 100GB, that terabyte still fills up fast. The solution is an external SSD. In this video we'll show you an easier way to add external SSD storage to these game consoles to increase storage and load games faster. Or, build your own with an M.2 SSD and an enclosure: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKed1OdLwvk

Xbox One storage 1:16
Since Microsoft has supported external storage for the Xbox from the beginning, this is a pretty simple process. The only requirements are that your drive needs to be at least 256GB and use USB 3.0. Xbox One can support up to two drives at a time, so you can really house a ton of games without needing to worry about maxing out storage. Simply plug your new SSD into one of the 3 USB ports and you’ll see a pop up letting you know the drive has been detected. By default, the drive will only be able to store pictures, music and video files, so you’ll want to go to Settings and format the drive. Give it a name, set it to be the default location for game and app downloads and it will be ready to store games.

PS4 storage 2:03
On the PS4, if you’ve updated the firmware to 4.50, which included support for external drive, the process is not terribly different. The hard drive can be up to 8TB in size, no larger, and like the Xbox it must use USB 3.0. Unlike the Xbox, however, the PS4 will only recognize one external storage device at a time. So, even though two can be connected, you’ll need to make sure that you use one that is large enough. Note that USB hubs are not compatible. Once you’ve connected your SSD to one of the two USB ports, you’ll want to go to Settings - Devices - USB Storage Devices - then Format as Extended Storage and your SSD will become the new default destination for games. Do you want to upgrade the internal drive? Watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIdQw_K-ArY

Games load faster
Now, whether you are increasing the storage on an Xbox One or PS4, you’ll probably notice a speed boost when launching games stored on the external storage. This is because the speed of the both your external drive and the USB connection will probably be faster than the 5400RPM HDD and SATA connection the Xbox One and PS4 both utilize. If you’re using an external SSD, as opposed to a traditional external hard drive, you’ll notice an even greater increase in speed. If you choose to go that route, we like to recommend the HyperX EXO external SSD: https://www.hyperxgaming.com/us/storage/savage-exo-ssd

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