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#905| source: Ati by maximum3d on Wed Oct 02 2002 
ATI announces the new ALL-IN-WONDER 9700 PRO
Multimedia on the PC rises to a new level with today's announcement from ATI Technologies Inc. of the ALL-IN-WONDER 9700 PRO. The world's fastest multimedia graphics card joins the award-winning ALL-IN-WONDER family to offer mulTView for dual TV tuner support and 128MB of Double Data Rate (DDR) memory plus more - powered by the new RADEON 9700 PRO VPU (visual processor unit) graphics chip with cutting edge 2D and 3D graphics performance. ATI's new flagship multimedia video card, ALL-IN-WONDER 9700 PRO, will be available this fall for less than USD$500 and will complement the currently shipping ALL-IN-WONDER RADEON 8500DV at USD$199 and the value-priced ALL-IN-WONDER RADEON 7500 at USD$149.
#904| source: Nvidia by maximum3d on Wed Oct 02 2002 
Nvidia Officially Announces nForce 2 Production
NVIDIA Corporation today announced that its second-generation Nvidia nForce platform processors--nForce2--are now in production.
#903| source: DigiTimes by maximum3d on Wed Oct 02 2002 
Samsung, Mitsubishi to jointly develop camera CMOS image sensors
Samsung Electronics and Mitsubishi Electric have agreed to jointly develop camera chips for use in mobile phones, personal organizers and mobile PCs, reported the Electronics Times of South Korea.
#902| source: HotHardware by amigo on Tue Oct 01 2002 
ATI All in one Radeon 9700Pro preview
Jam packed with features, ATI AIW 9700Pro does seem to turn alot of heads, and HotHardware folks are making a preview look at it.
#901| source: Leadtek PR by amigo on Sun Sep 29 2002 
Leadtek annouces NV18 and NV28 cards
Leadtek's A280 (NV28) and the A180 (NV18) cards, with the first one apparently running at 270MHz from the original 250MHz, are both both 8x AGP capable, and should provide for some additional performance.
#900| source: Digitimes by amigo on Sun Sep 29 2002 
333MHz FSB for Athlon coming in October
So, early October we can expect to see new AMD XP 2700+ and XP 2800+ running at 333MHz FSB, on the Thoroughbread core. Along with this support for DDR333 will come, and according to AMD, users will enjoy additional 8% performance increase over 266 FSB and DDR266.
Boy, I don't know how I survived without those 8% all this time. Does this really warrant buying another motherboard and upgrading the cpu for couple of more Mhz (don't forget you need to get DDR333 too)?
#899| source: Designtechnica by amigo on Sat Sep 28 2002 
Nvidia to reveal NV30 at the Fall COMDEX
At the Fall COMDEX in Las Vegas, from 18th to 22nd of November, Nvidia is expected to reveal their latest graphics processor, the NV30.
No official name has been announced for NV30, but it is supposedly based on .13 micron die technology with frequencies up to 400 MHz. We can only hope it will kick butt just like the others did :)
#898| source: Anandtech by amigo on Tue Sep 24 2002 
Anandtech Tours ATI and Nvidia
A 10 page article, Anandtech visit to ATI and Nvidia headquarters. Lots of photos from Nvidia, none from ATI (as if they had something to hide? you can't invent hot water but they don't know that yet!)
Sadly no photos of people or cubicles of normal programmers and other engineers, though some interesting machinery at Nvidia. Worth a read...
#897| source: Pioneer website by amigo on Thu Sep 19 2002 
Glitch with Pioneer DVD recorders - firmware upgrade required
According to Pioneer there seems to be a serious glitch with their series of DVD Recorders when using new high speed dvd-r blanks that could lead to the laser within the unit permanently damaging an important optical lens inside.
If you own one of these recorders, head over to Pioneer's site and download the free firmware update.
#896| source: VIA Arena by maximum3d on Thu Sep 19 2002 
VIA Audio Drivers Pack v3.11c
VIA released a new audio drivers pack version 3.11c.

 
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