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Gaming Laptop Repair-Irvine

Gaming Laptop Repair-Irvine

Gaming Laptop Repair, Service and Support – Irvine

PC Expert Services provides Gaming Laptop repair, Gaming Notebook repair and Gaming Netbook repair services in Irvine, Orange County. PC Expert Services is Microsoft, A+ and Network+ Certified professional, qualified and highly experienced to repair your Gaming laptop DC Power Jack, Gaming laptop LCD Screen, Gaming laptop Video Board, Gaming Backlight, Gaming laptop Keyboard, Gaming laptop Hard Drive, Gaming laptop Hinges, Gaming laptop Memory, Gaming laptop Motherboard, and Gaming laptop CPU Heatsink. Whether your Gaming laptop is running slow or not working at all we can get your Gaming laptop up and running.

With over 20 years of experience in resolving and repairing laptop related hardware and software issues PC Expert Services is a one stop expert for your Gaming laptop repair, LCD replacement and Gaming laptop parts needs in Irvine, Orange County.

PC Expert Services provides a wide range of services for your Gaming laptop. If you don’t see what you are looking for, please ask us, chances are that we have a solution.

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Razer Gets Into Networking

Razer Gets Into Networking


Razer’s encroachment into every part of your PC that’s not inside your PC continues with the Sila, a luxurious $250 router built with gamers in mind. And not just PC gamers; Razer designed the Sila for seriously fast gaming over Wi-Fi, because nobody wants ethernet cables strewn across their living room.

The tri-band AC3000 router—one 2.4GHz band at up to 400Mbps, and two 5GHz bands at up to 1,733Mbps and 866Mbps—bristles with nine antennas under the hood and relies on smart software-management tools to optimize your gaming experience. Razer’s FasTrack engine prioritizes gaming bandwidth when your network starts getting clogged, and the Quality of Service tool is smart enough to identify and prioritize each of the major gaming consoles. Razer told us FasTrack will learn which applications are games over time and shift their load automatically. You can also enable a “Gaming mode” that reserves a set slice of your bandwidth for gaming alone.

The Sila also utilizes “Multi-Channel ZeroWait DFS” technology to discover the least congested Wi-Fi bands in your area and switch to them—a boon if you’re in a crowded apartment building. It also lets you tap into non-public Wi-Fi bands. The technology builds on the back of the Portal router from Ignite Design Labs, which Razer partnered with to create the Sila.

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