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#1537| source: by maximum3d on Sun Jan 25 2004 
Keyboards and Mice roundup
PCMag has posted a review of 20 devices.
#1536| source: by maximum3d on Sun Jan 25 2004 
Approved NVIDIA Drivers For 3DMark03
Adrian's Rojak Pot let us know has just posted the Futuremark's Approved NVIDIA Drivers For 3DMark03 Article.
#1535| source: by maximum3d on Sun Jan 25 2004 
AMD's Athlon 64 3000+ processor review
AMD's new Athlon 64 3000+ arguably resides in the sweet spot now, priced at less than $220 for an honest-to-goodness 2GHz "Hammer" microprocessor with a built-in memory controller and true 64-bit computing capabilities. To see how the 3000+ measures up, TechReporte have benchmarked it against 11 of its closest competitors.
#1534| source: by maximum3d on Sun Jan 25 2004 
Intel's Prescott chip gets rebuilt for speed
The Prescott processor, an enhanced version of the Pentium 4 set for release in early February, will feature a pipeline, the equivalent of a assembly line inside a chip, that will be substantially longer than the 20-stage pipeline on current Pentium 4s, according to sources. Some sources say the Prescott pipeline will be about 30 stages.
#1533| source: by maximum3d on Sun Jan 25 2004 
Power Supply Sleeving Guide
Looking for a sleek way to present your power supplys ugly cabling? There are several methods of cleaning up the wire jungle, be it electrical tape, split loom, wire wrap, or expandable sleeving. This guide will assist you in your quest for a case with higher performance, and much better looks, especially if you have a case window.
#1532| source: by maximum3d on Sun Jan 25 2004 
Windows 2000 Security Hardening Guide
This document is not meant as a replacement for the Windows 2000 Common Criteria Security Configuration Guide, but rather as a more generally applicable hardening guide which applies to a much broader range of specific systems which may include or exclude services specified in the Windows 2000 Common Criteria evaluated configuration.
#1531| source: by maximum3d on Sun Jan 25 2004 
ZXR-750 7.1 Speakers review
TechSpot has posted a review of Videologic ZXR-750 speakers.
#1530| source: by maximum3d on Sun Jan 25 2004 
Club3D Geforce FX 5900XT
The Madshrimps have reviewed the attractively priced FX5900XT powered videocard from Club3D.
#1529| source: by maximum3d on Sun Jan 25 2004 
Sapphire Radeon 9600 XT 128MB review
The Radeon 9600 XT is ATIs latest high end mainstream board. Introduced at the back end of last year it features all the same functionality and configuration of the 9600 PRO but based on the RV360 chip which puts TSMCs 130nm low-k dielectric process to use. The low-k process afforded 9600 XT a 25% core clock speed hike over 9600 PRO, which saw few complain about, however the memory speed of ATIs reference 9600 XT specification was stuck at 300MHz DDR (600MHz effective) and many did query this part of the 9600 XTs specification.
#1528| source: by maximum3d on Sun Jan 25 2004 
Corsair 1GB TwinX XMS4400 Memory review
OcPrices has posted a review of the Corsairs latest PC-4400.

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