Samsung has promptly addressed concerns from owners of their 990 Pro SSDs with a firmware update that halts any abnormal degradation. We discuss this fix, our plan here at Puget Systems to take care of our customers, and how you can update the firmware on your Samsung SSD.
3rd Party Repair Recommendations
We often get asked how to find a good place to get a system repaired, and I wanted to outline a couple of tips on how to make sure you aren’t being taken advantage of: First, Google Reviews Are a Godsend When searching for a local repair shop, this is always the first place I
After a lot of hard work and preparation, Puget Systems is re-entering the Canadian workstation PC market and aiming to exceed customer expectations!
Update on Samsung SSD Reliability
We have been very public about how reliable Samsung SSDs have been in the past, so we wanted to explain why we are now moving part of our line to Sabrent.
Reflecting on 2022
It’s important to take a step back to celebrate your accomplishments and all that you achieved this year. Otherwise, you’re likely to just jump into the next project (and the next, and the next) while letting the grind slowly get to you. So I wanted to take a minute to do that for our teams here at Puget Systems!
Puget Systems’ 2023 Event Schedule
Happy Holidays! It’s been a very busy year here at Puget Systems and I just wanted to take a moment to reflect on it, share what we’ll be up to in 2023 and where you can find us. At Puget Systems, one of the things we value most is relationships. There often isn’t a better
Unreal Engine 5.1 Update: Ready for Virtual Production?
Introduction The initial release of Unreal Engine 5.0 was aimed at game developers. Features such as Nanite, Lumen, MetaSounds and World Partition improve the look and performance of games. However, some of these features did not support in-camera VFX (ICVFX), and other virtual production specific features from 4.27 were not brought over to 5.0. Well,
Threadripper PRO Workstation Pricing Comparison: Puget Systems vs Lenovo
Here at Puget Systems we certainly aren’t always the cheapest option, but I have always believed that we provide a lot of value – from our Labs testing and no-pressure consultations to our in-depth quality control processes and lifetime tech support. Since AMD just launched the new Threadripper PRO 5000 WX-Series, I thought this would be a great time to go back to my consulting roots and share some real-world price comparisons with one of our competitors: Lenovo.
Introducing Puget Labs Certified Systems
For a long time here at Puget Systems, we have been putting together computer hardware recommendations for a wide range of applications. A lot of that advice is gathered from the far corners of the internet, by a range of different folks here within our company, but our Labs team delves especially deep into certain software and workflows. As such, we are beginning to brand some of our recommended systems with an additional “Labs Certified” status – and I wanted to take a moment to give you some details on why we are doing this and what it means for you, our customer.
What Happened to High End Desktop (HEDT) Processors?
For several years, both AMD and Intel have offered five general categories of CPUs: Mobile, Consumer Desktop, High-End Desktop, Server, and Workstation. Something strange has been happening to the middle segment, though: HEDT processors are disappearing!