Keep 3DLuVr online!
3DLuVr Logo
Sections
Articles
 From the Real World
 Digital Painting Series
 Featuring of...
 On the Bookshelf
Tutorials
 3ds max
 LightWave3D
 Softimage XSI
 Rhinoceros 3D
 Video Tutorials
FunZone menu
 I always wanted to be
 Talk to an employer
 Why Ask "Why"
TechZone menu
 Hardware Reviews
 Software Reviews
 Benchmarking
 Q&A, Tips & Tricks
UserZone menu
 The Artist Sites
 15 Min of Fame
 Request an Account
 Current Assignment
 Sponsors & Prizes
 Make a Submission
 Voting Booth
 Competition Rules
About menu
 Mission Statement
 Policies
 Advertising
 Comments
 Poll Archive
 Links
 How to IRC
 Donations
Login
Log in to be able to post comments to the news items, forum posts, and other facilities.
Username: 
 
Password: 
Not registered? Register!     Lost Password?
Search
Look for: 
 ...or for more advanced search click here !
Poll
 Your New Year`s Resolution is...
Gain employment
Stop smoking/drinking/etc
Get back in shape
Find the meaning of life
Conquer the World
Absolutely nothing

    Poll Results
Comments
Want to leave us a comment about the site or in general? Click here to access the form.
TechZone Heading
Techbits

Greg
Techbits are a brain child of Greg Hess, who initially started them on the Discreet Forum, then moved them here to a permanent home; they are gathered, (chewed up) and processed by Greg Hess and Thomas Bruno, an all around good guys, hardware experts and 3DLuVr staff/contributing authors.

Tom


Search techbits:

Do you have an item for the TechBits ?
Tell us about it and we'll get it up here!
I got techbits!


Pages in Techbits, year of 2004   2003   2002   2001   
1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  
22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30  31  32  33  34  35  36  37  38  39  40  41  
42  43  44  45  46  47  48  49  50  51  52  53  54  55  56  57  58  59  60  61  


#440| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Mon Aug 20 2001 
http://hardocp.com/reviews/mainboards/ref/viap4x/
Via and the Pentium IV. Finally a cheap solution for Intel's flagship processor. But is it a stable solution? Read on to find out.

#439| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Mon Aug 20 2001 
http://www.m3dzone.com/
Press Release on Geforce 3 MX and Ultra



"The GeForce3 MX will be released on Friday, 24 August (yes, in 4 days). It will have a 175 MHz core and a 200MHz DDR (Yes, you read that correctly. Double Data Rate) memory clock. There will be two versions, one fanless and one fansink version.


The GeForce3 Pro (Or Ultra, the document doesn't state names) will be released on Monday, 27 August. There will be two versions. One will have a 240MHz core clock and 250MHz DDR Memory. The other will have a 240MHz core clock and 260MHz DDR Memory.
"
#438| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Mon Aug 20 2001 
http://hardocp.com/reviews/cooling/roundup0801/index.html
Kyle does it again...a super pimped out Socket 462/370/PPGA heatsink roundup. Its you've got heat, kyles got the solution...Copper.

#444| source: Greg Hess by crossbow on Thu Aug 16 2001 

Siggraph...The parties, the people, and the women...oh ya the technology and the 3D industry as well. Seems like everyone loves LCD's, Dual processor machines, and mocap. Upcoming reviews on Boxx, AMD, Intel, FireGL, ATI, and 3dlabs.

#437| source: Greg by crossbow on Mon Aug 13 2001 
http://www.siggraph.org
LA is wonderful. Its a beautiful 74 degrees F, or around 22 C. So far I don't have much technology news, just that beer is very expensive here. More news as siggraph develops.
#436| source: Greg by crossbow on Sat Aug 11 2001 
http://www.3dluvr.com
Hey guys,



I'll be on vacation in LA and in the mountains from the 11th through the 20th, so don't be surprised if techbits don't get updated much. I am however planning to do an at Siggraph 2001 update. Keep your eyes peeled.
#435| source: www.overclockers.com by crossbow on Wed Aug 08 2001 
http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/story.html?id=997255852
Xbit snatches some top secret photos and data on the R200, ATI's new video card offering. Finally those geforce 3 prices will drop =).
#434| source: Maximum3d by crossbow on Wed Aug 08 2001 
http://www.tomshardware.com/mainboard/01q3/010808/index.html
Tom takes a look at Via's DDR solution for Amd's flagship processors. Is it better then AMD760? No...oops, well read it anyway.

#433| source: Aceshardware by crossbow on Wed Aug 08 2001 
http://www.theinquirer.net/06080116.htm
A whole bunch of chip companies stuck to an iceburg. Itanium sucks up the competition.

#432| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Wed Aug 08 2001 
http://www.anandtech.com/IT/showdoc.html?i=1514&p=1
Anand shows us his goods...their dual AMD 760MP server in a 1U rackmount. This thing is beautiful.

 
1997-2017 3DLuVrTM (Three Dee Lover)
Best viewed in 1024x768 or higher,
using any modern CSS compliant browser.