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  • ATi X700XT Preview

    Anandtech takes a look at the newest card to come from ATi.  This card is not a high-end performer.  It is designed to compete with the nVidia 6600GT series.  ATi has made some changes to their "mid-range" line with this card though, and De...
  • New F@H Client (yes, again)

    Late last week, I posted up the new version of the Folding @ Home client version 5.00.  There must have been a few bugs in it because they have released a new version - 5.02.  I've updated the our Folding page with the latest downloads, so head ...
  • Understanding Pipelining Performance

    New Intel Pentium 4 processors, and even more noted, the new LGA775 Prescott processors, have long piplelines.  The Pentium 4 was over 20 stages, and the LGA775 Prescott chips I believe have a 30 stage pipeline.  If this means nothing to you, he...
  • Maxtor Ultra16

    EMediaLive has posted that Maxtor is now shipping their new SATA Ultra16 Hard Drive Kits.  These drives offer up a 16MB buffer and 7,200rpm spindle speeds.  These new drives can be purchased in sizes up to 300GB, and features NCQ for all you i9x...
  • Nero Updates

    Ahead Software released some new software updates yesterday for their Nero 6 product line.  Nero itself is now at version 6.3.1.25.  The latest version numbers and download links are listed below.  Get 'em if you need 'em. Nero 6.3.1.25 ...
  • Scythe Coolers: FCS-50 Heatlane & Kama

    Rodney is at it again, and this time around he is taking a look at a couple of new HSF's from Scythe.  They seem to be built well, and offer decent performance with low noice.  They are not built for overclockers however.  Take a look and s...
  • Desktop Graphics Card Comparison 7.1

    Adrian has updated the Desktop Graphics Card Comparison chart, and now they list over 200 graphics cards.  If you want to know how they all compare with 14 different specifications, take a gander and see. Added the ATI Radeon X700 Pro card. Added...
  • S.L.A.G.D. Is Here!

    Nicao of S.L.A.G.D. (Slightly Lucid Associastion of General Developers) has just redone is his and is now back online.  He's done some amazing work here on this site, as well as UT2003 bench, so head on over take a look at his site, and show him some...
  • Radeon 9800 Mobility

    HotHardware takes some time and plays around with the new Dell XPS laptop.  This unit has a 3.2GHz P4EE, 512MB of PC3200 DDR, and the 9800 Mobility GPU clocked at 350MHz (core) / 300MHz (600MHz DDR RAM).  They compare this unit to a similarly eq...
  • Casedge 3GTS-01

    Tech-Mods take a look at a budget case from Casedge that claims to be "budget" only in price.  It claims to have all the features of more expensive cases all wrapped up in a $60USD package.  To be quite honest, it looks more like a new OEM case ...
  • Windows Price Cuts

    It seems as though for the first time ever, Microsoft is lowering the price that manufacturers pay for Windows.  Windows has been the same price for years in all markets - something that you can do if you're a large enough monopoly.  This price ...
  • Spinach Computer?

    Well this might be one of the strangest things I've read in a while, but it sorta makes you think about where technology is going to be in 10 years. It's so good that in 10 years, mobile phones and portable computers may be coated in a spinach-based ma...
  • OCZ PC3500EB Platinum

    OCZ makes some pretty good memory.  I've been a fan and user of their RAM for a while now.  PCStats takes a look at some of their best stuff in my opinion for people who run either Athlon or Intel platforms.  The modules they have on the be...
  • Evercool SCPA Fan Controller

    FrostyTech takes a break from their usual HSF reviews, and posts up a review that, well, still has something to do with cooling.  They take a gander at the Evercool SCPA Fan Controller & ECS with their latest review.  This is a pretty nifty ...
  • Thermaltake Fanless PSU

    Overclocker Cafe heats things up a bit with their review of a 350w PSU from Thermaltake.  What makes this unit special is the fact that it doesn't have any fans.  Instead of fans, this unit uses a rather large external HSF that is connected...
  • JetMaster Jr.

    Not to be confused with JetMaster Sr., Extreme Overclocking takes a look at the JetMaster Jr. ATX Case.  If you're a fan of funky-looking flashy cases, you'll want to take a look at this unit, as the front is almost one-of-a-kind.  Not a bad loo...
  • H.I.S. Excalibur Radeon X800XT - VIVO Platinum Edition (PCI-Express)

    If you own this card that is on the bench at OCC today, and don't have game - something is seriously wrong with you.  They take a look at ATi's pinnacle X800XT Platinum VIVO PCI-Express.  At this point it doesn't get any faster than that in the ...
  • Kanguru Fire Flash

    A friend of mine fired me a link to a product that all of you fellow firewire fans will find interesting.  This is the first firewire-based flash device that I have seen, and if you're a fan of IEEE1394 like Paul and myself are, you'll want to take a...
  • Your Desktop's Looking Shabby

    If your getting tired of your old background on your desktop, then this site is for you! This is definately one of the best collections of wallpapers I have found, It has tons of great AMD, Intel, NVIDIA, ATI, and many more computer related wallpapers, a...
  • There goes the weekend...

    Just in case you are horribly bored this weekend and need something to waste some time with, this would be it. So many web based games, so little time.......  ...