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#1047| source: SMH by crossbow on Wed Nov 13 2002 
Nforce2 Motherboards Today!!!!
Newegg is claming to have the new Asus Nforce2 Motherboards in Stock TODAY! Check it out if you've been waiting for these screaming fast motherboards.
#1046| source: PC-Extreme by maximum3d on Tue Nov 12 2002 
Detonator 40-series and tv-output problems
With the release of the all new Detonator 40-series many user experience TV-output problems with it. We worked on that issue and discovered the reason. There are 3 different solutions to solve this problem.
#1045| source: The Inquirer by maximum3d on Tue Nov 12 2002 
Nvidia to launch NV28M at Comdex
According to The Inquirer, NV28M, NVIDIA's new mobile chip, will be introduced at Monday 18th November at Comdex Fall 2002. As you may know, NV28 is nothing more than a Geforce 4 with AGP 8X, while NV28M will be an AGP 8X version of Geforce 4 chip made to fit in a notebook.
#1044| source: Xbit by maximum3d on Tue Nov 12 2002 
AMD 2600+ & 2700+ XP 333 FSB
According to this translation at Xbit-labs, AMD Athlon XP processors with 2600+ and 2700+ model numbers appeared in Japanese retail. Both CPUs are intended for 333MHz system bus and run at 2083 and 2166MHz respectively. It worth to mention that there are very few 2600+ chips with 266MHz FSB support all around the world at this time, hence, it may eventually appear that AMD will offer its products with this model number only for the 333MHz system bus. The Athlon XP 2700+ processor is priced at Y50800 ($420), while its lower speed brethren costs Y42800 ($354). It seems that the novelties are a bit overpriced, since officially AMD sells such devices for $349 and $297 respectively in quantities starting from 1000 pieces.
#1043| source: `Reuters` by maximum3d on Tue Nov 12 2002 
Silicon Valley's Jobless Rate 7.9 %
The technology downturn continues to hammer California's Silicon Valley, where the unemployment rate in October was 7.9 percent, the highest level since 1983 and well above last month's statewide average of 6.4 percent.
#1042| source: Microsoft by maximum3d on Sat Nov 09 2002 
Bluetooth Keyboard & Mouse
Bluetooth wireless technology is an industry-standard protocol that provides short-range wireless connections between Bluetooth devices, such as keyboards, mouse products, cellular phones, printers, and computers.
#1041| source: www.hardocp.com by crossbow on Sat Nov 09 2002 
No NV30 for Xmas
Due to rumors about nv30 speculation and release dates, combined with failure to appear or show the new technology, nvidia stock has started to drop. I guess everyone is pissed off that they have to go with competitors products if they want cutting edge performance.
#1040| source: www.hardocp.com by crossbow on Sat Nov 09 2002 
Visontek Sold
Kyle is reporting that it appears that visontek has now been finally sold to a competing company. If you had any hardware RMA'd with them, you might want to contact them ASAP.
#1039| source: www.hardocp.com by crossbow on Sat Nov 09 2002 
Detonator 40.72 Available
Another Set of Det's...check them out, or check the 41.XX we posted last week.

#1038| source: MadMax by crossbow on Sat Nov 09 2002 
Athlon 2600+ and 2700+ XP's In Stock
The New Athlon XP chips (Tbred Rev B, and 333 FSB) have started showing up on the OEM market.


 
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