So, I haven't checked computers since 2015. I have forgotten everything. I know there are more than just clock rate and number of cores to measure a processor's power, but it's all what you need if you know so little like me. What should I look when checking a GPU's power? Is the number of cores, clock rate, vram the only thing to look at if I know so little? I would like to know what is considered low, mid and high for a CPU, GPU, RAM and HDD/SSD in 2019. I don't know how much computers evolved today. I would also like to know where can I learn more about hardware. Can you tell me what should I type in google? I only use this site for forums, Will seeing the news here tell me about today's hardware products and technology?