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#501| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Tue Sep 25 2001
Kyle's all wet. Soaked in fact...with the new Koolance retail water cooling unit. Who would have thought that one day we'd be dumping water on our computers?

#500| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Tue Sep 25 2001
AMD cuts workforce, closes fabs, and prepares to fight an extended price war in its reinforced trenches.

This announcement has caused a variety of rumors to fly over the web, once of which is gateway no longer selling AMD boxes. This is FALSE. Just thought you should know =).
#499| source: by crossbow on Tue Sep 25 2001
A very technical look at Tyan's Tiger MP the budget Dual AMD motherboard. Very interesting and indepth.
#498| source: Tomshardware by crossbow on Thu Sep 20 2001
Whats 1266 Megahertz and 512k l2 cache get you? A very competitive offering from Intel, the 1.26 Tualatin Processor. If these chips were less expensive they might actually be a worthwhile investment.
#497| source: Aceshardware by crossbow on Thu Sep 20 2001
Faster Rambus? PC1080? Does it help the Pentium IV's lackluster performance? Does rambus have a future? Read on to find out.
#496| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Thu Sep 20 2001
Via sues Intel. Intel sues Via. The irony? Intel is suing VIA over making a Pentium IV DDR board (It outperforms the SDRAM and RDRAM P4 boards by an good amount AND is cheaper), while Via is suing Intel over patent infringement on the Pentium IV. =)
#495| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Thu Sep 20 2001,4586,5097192,00.html?chkpt=zdhpnews01
Intel makes a drastic move! They can one processor to release a faster variant. Thats right folks, 2.2 Gigahertz Xeon Processors soon.

I remember when everyone was excited about the 486 DX and its 6 Megahertz Front Side Bus Increase!

#494| source: by crossbow on Tue Sep 18 2001
An overview of the AMD new PR system. The how to guide of figuring out the actual core speed of the upcoming Athlon XP processors. (Palamino = Athlon 4, Athlon 4 MP, and Now Athlon XP)

#493| source: Overclockers by crossbow on Mon Sep 17 2001
A most excellent AMD faq. This covers everything you ever wanted to know about your AMD processor. A must look for any Duron/Thunderbird owner.

#492| source: Tomshardware by crossbow on Mon Sep 17 2001
Tom has an excellent article on what happens when you remove a heatsink from your cpu. However nothing is more hilarous then watching it in realtime. Check out the video at the url! Hilarous!

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