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#1366| source: http://www.tweakhound.com by maximum3d on Thu Jul 03 2003 
Super XP Tweak Guide
TweakHound's Super XP Tweaking Guide has been updated to version 2.0.
#1365| source: http://www.theregister.co.uk by maximum3d on Thu Jul 03 2003 
AMD ships eight-way 64-bit Opteron
AMD today began offering the four- to eight-way system-oriented Opteron 800 Series and the Opteron 100 Series for single-CPU servers and workstations. The 800 series comprises the 840, 842 and 844, matching the performance characteristics of the 200 series. The initial '8' refers to the maximum number of CPUs the system can contain. The 100 series is also available in 140, 142 and 144 flavours. All six new processors are available immediately, AMD said.
#1364| source: http://www.theregister.co.uk by maximum3d on Thu Jul 03 2003 
Nvidia ships nForce 3 Pro
The nForce 3 Pro is a single-chip implementation of Nvidia's Athlon XP-oriented nForce 2 product. The Opteron's built-in memory controller has forced Nvidia to dispense with its own controller, allowing it to fold the North Bridge's AGP controller into its South Bridge part. The processor connects to the nForce 3 Pro chip across a 3.6GBps HyperTransport point-to-point serial link. The 150nm (0.15 micron) nForce 3 Pro chip provides AGP 8x; Serial ATA support with RAID levels 0, 1 and 0+1; ATA 133 support; 10/100 Ethernet with network boot, wake on LAN and hardware firewall; and USB 2.0.
#1363| source: http://www.pcworld.com by maximum3d on Thu Jun 19 2003 
CeBIT Comes to America
The first CeBIT show in America may be all work and little play, but plenty of business-savvy gadgets abound at this confab hosted by the German conventioneer. CeBIT America takes over the Javits Center here this week as a broad selection of vendors, including Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, and PalmSource, turn up the buzz on business tech wares amid a tech slump. Between chatter over total cost of ownership and other enterprise issues, attendees will also be able to peruse pedestrian products like a sub-$1000 Tablet PC, a souped-up Handspring smartphone, and a selection of ever-faster wireless 802.11g products. An estimated 20,000 CeBIT attendees are expected at the conference, about half the number originally forecast for the event last year. Attendees will be able to prowl 360 companies' exhibits. CeBIT America pales by comparison with the eight-day CeBIT supershow held each spring in Hanover, Germany.
#1362| source: http://www.scienceblog.com/ by maximum3d on Thu Jun 19 2003 
High Price For Late-Night Computer Use
Recently released research claims that playing lots of video games improves some types of visual functioning. Before rushing to your computer or buying more games, consider another new research finding. Newly published results suggests that performing an exciting video display terminal task fitted with a bright display suppresses the nocturnal changes in melatonin concentration and other elements of our biological clocks. In other words, playing an exciting video game at night with a bright display backlight might just be the physiological cause of a poor night's sleep. ....... At last I finally know why all us 3D artist are late night crack heads. :)
#1361| source: www.anandtech.com by crossbow on Fri Jun 13 2003 
i865/i875 Roundup
Anand and the gang take a look at a bunch of canterwood and springdale motherboards. Fast, stable, and slick as hell.
#1360| source: www.hardocp.com by crossbow on Wed Jun 11 2003 
Apple G5 Info. Didn't This Happen Before?
Blah blah blah G5, blah blah blah competitive macs, blah blah blah OS X.

Remember last time they announced the G5? Wasn't that like 2 years ago?

#1359| source: www.2cpu.com by crossbow on Wed Jun 11 2003 
800 FSB Xeon's Next Year.
Intel Intel...what ja gonna do, what ja gonna do when AMD comes for j0!

#1358| source: www.aceshardware.com by crossbow on Wed Jun 11 2003 
3.0C Pentium IV vs 3200+ Athlon XP
Speed. And more speed. Lots of numbers. Aces does a fantastic job. What are you waiting for? GO! READ!

#1357| source: www.anandtech.com by crossbow on Wed Jun 11 2003 
Apple's ipod. Its New and Still Expensive.
Anand takes a look at the evolution of apple's ipod. Its now cheaper for apple to produce, and yet the price stays about the same.

http://www.penny-arcade.com/view.php3?date=2003-05-28&res=l

This penny arcade says it all.

 
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