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#1244| source: kwshipman by crossbow on Thu Jan 30 2003 
Thermaltake Jumps Into Active Cooling
A modified version of the common TEC, this cpu cooler promises to keep temps down, as high into the Athlon line as the 3400+ Barton!

#1243| source: osc.gov by maximum3d on Sat Jan 25 2003 
The End Of ATi?
This overview of allegations from the Ontario Securities Commission is the complete list of allegations against ATi charging them with insider trading, lying and conduct contrary to public interest. This could have an extremely damaging effect on ATi as a company as well as damaging to employees and shareholders if the company stock tanks. The effect a negative outcome in this matter could have a huge impact on the industry as a whole. Here is a clip from the long list of allegations against ATi.
#1242| source: GeForceZone by maximum3d on Sat Jan 25 2003 
Official GeforceFX Specs
Both GeForceZone & NVNews (http://www.nvnews.net/index.shtml#1043457112)have posted the official specs for the GeforceFX 5800 Ultra and GeforceFX 5800. GeforceFX 5800 Ultra: 500MHz core, 1GHz Memory clock, $399 preorders; GeforceFX 5800: 400MHz Core, 800MHz memory clock, lower pricepoint.
#1241| source: VIA by maximum3d on Thu Jan 23 2003 
VIA Launches 7th Gen CPU Core
VIA Technologies today announced its new generation VIA C3O processor integrating the 'Nehemiah' core. With its powerful PadLock Data Encryption Engine, this next generation VIA C3 is the first native x86 processor on the market with embedded security features that enhance the protection of sensitive corporate and personal data. Available now at a speed of 1GHz, the new processor core is based on an advanced new CoolStream processor architecture that delivers all the necessary performance for running even the most demanding digital media applications while maintaining ultra low levels of power consumption and heat dissipation.
#1240| source: Microsoft by maximum3d on Wed Jan 22 2003 
Windows Media 9 Codecs
Microsoft has finally released the Windows Media 9 Codecs so you don't need anymore to download Windows Media Player 9 just to play WM9 Content.
#1239| source: ocaddiction by maximum3d on Wed Jan 22 2003 
AMD XP2700+ Review
The Thoroughbred 2700+ outputs 62 watts of heat, and runs a default voltage of 1.65. AMD looks like they have finally settled down the new core with the addition of the extra layer to give some more headroom in performance.
#1238| source: the register by maximum3d on Wed Jan 22 2003 
ABIT puts security on the motherboard
ABIT today launched server motherboards featuring integrated security processors, with a promise to slash the cost of building security appliances. The Taiwanese manufacturer's SI-1N Pentium 4 processor-based server motherboard comes with Cavium Network's NITROX Security Macro Processor, designed to gear their deployment towards security applications, such as VPN gateways, Integrated Firewall/ VPNs, SSL Webservers, and SSL VPNs. It hopes to sell these security-enhanced motherboards to security appliance OEMs.
#1237| source: samsung by maximum3d on Wed Jan 22 2003 
Samsung Introduces 4GB DDR Module
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. today announced the industry's first 4GB DDR Dual In-line Memory Module (DIMM). The module encompasses thirty-six 1 Gigabit (Gb) DDR synchronous DRAM (SDRAM) components that achieve 4GByte density for high-performance applications such as servers, workstations and supercomputers.
#1236| source: c|net by maximum3d on Wed Jan 22 2003 
Microsoft Office ready for Linux
Linux software maker SuSE announced Tuesday the release of Linux Office Desktop, software that allows Linux PCs to run Microsoft Office. The software reworks the application programming interfaces (APIs) behind Office 97 and Office 2000 to allow the applications to run in the open-source operating system.
#1235| source: zdnet by maximum3d on Wed Jan 22 2003 
Microsoft unlocks new CD copy protection
Microsoft announced on Saturday new digital rights software aimed at helping music labels control unauthorized copying of CDs, one of the biggest thorns in the ailing industry's side. Stung by the common practice of consumers copying, or "burning," new versions of a store-bought CD onto recordable CDs, music companies have invested heavily in copy-protection technologies that have mainly backfired or annoyed customers. For example, most copy-proof CDs are designed so that they cannot be played on a PC, but often this prevents playback on portable devices and car stereos too.

 
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