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#511| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Mon Oct 01 2001
250 (500) Megahertz DDR. Thats the new ram speed for the Geforce 3 Titianium 500. I'm a little disappointed myself. 20% faster clock and only 9% faster ram. Oh well maybe it overclocks well. =)
#510| source: by crossbow on Sat Sep 29 2001
October 9th: The Day Intel was surpassed...Again.
Thats right guys, the new Desktop Athlon 4's are coming out in just a few more days, topping out at 1.53 Gigahertz.
#509| source: by crossbow on Sat Sep 29 2001
Want to know where your new heatsink stands? Here's a very unbiased look at some of the top heatsinks on the market right now.

#508| source: Aceshardware by crossbow on Wed Sep 26 2001
Knock Knock. Who's there? Past you. Past you who? Past you while you were answering the door.

Thats right folks, the new radeon 8500 just got another 25 core and mem increase with an additional 20% performance increase over the review cards. That puts its final speed at 275/550 or in laymans terms, really @[email protected]#( fast.

#507| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Wed Sep 26 2001
The Tiger MP...if it could only wash your car. Once again another great motherboard review by anand pointing out the strengths and weaknesses of Tyan's Budget Dual AMD motherboard.
#506| source: by crossbow on Tue Sep 25 2001
Two is always better then one, unless your racing or in a massive street brawl. With that in mind, here is a sneak peek at the Asus and MSI Dual Athlon MP motherboards.
#505| source: Tomshardware by crossbow on Tue Sep 25 2001
Chair, Display, Desk, Headphones/Speakers, and Interface. What am I talking about? The most important components of a computer thats what! Tom takes a look at the ever critical sound portion of what makes up your own super workstations.
#504| source: Ars-technica by crossbow on Tue Sep 25 2001
OS X.1 is released. Mac users everywhere can rejoice. Now if it only came without the huge Microsoft sized GUI =).
#503| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Tue Sep 25 2001
Microsoft? Who's that? Uncle Bill's company? Sorry I lost this little blurb due to a BSOD so now you get dumb dry humor. Blame M$.

#502| source: Aceshardware by crossbow on Tue Sep 25 2001
Anand pimps out a complete and utter smackdown of the first Nvidia Nforce review. If you've been living under a rock, you've probably not heard of nvidia's push into the motherboard market. How did they do? Read the article to find out!

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