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Trimming the Fat
Greg Hess engages into an aesthetic operation of liposuction of Windows XP fat (optimization) with hope of making it slim (fast).

Troubleshooting FAQ
This FAQ is a combination of an input from various users and Forum posts on troubleshooting a large amount of 3dsmax and computer problems.

Optimizing Nvidia Accelerator Performance
As Greg puts it " was a spur of the moment article", for all of us others it's a valuable source of information on tuning our nvidia cards for 3d applications.

3D on the Laptop Computers
Steffan Haeberle (aka MaxMajestic) gives us a personal view at selecting a laptop computer for graphics and 3d applications, and his experiences with finding one that would do the job.

3D Studio MAX FAQ
A set of questions and answers (FAQ) compiled on the topic of using 3DSMAX with different hardware (the things people kept asking Greg Hess about in the past months - he got tired of answering everyone individually and wrote a FAQ instead).

Setting Up Your New AMD Thunderbird
If you are about to build/buy an AMD Thunderbird or planning to, then definitely read this before you do; if you already have one - still read it; written by Greg Hess.
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