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#1214| source: extensiontech.net by maximum3d on Tue Jan 14 2003 
Overclocking Guide Part 1 of 2
This is quite useful guide for beginners.
#1213| source: msicomputer by maximum3d on Tue Jan 14 2003 
MSI - New Generation GeForce FX Card
MSI has updated their GeForce FX press release - not only MSI is the launch partner but new MSI GeForce FX cards are scheduled to ship to North America in early 2003.
#1212| source: digitimes by maximum3d on Tue Jan 14 2003 
Nvidia will produce nv30+ cards
Nvidia is said to have decided to handle all the design and production of new GeForce FX (NV30) graphics cards to ensure product stability and quality. According to industry sources, Nvidia will only release the more simplified NV31 and NV34 chips to card makers for product design.
#1211| source: c|net by maximum3d on Tue Jan 14 2003 
PalmSource picks up handwriting tool
PalmSource is turning over a new leaf for handwriting recognition, replacing its idiosyncratic software amid a growth in popularity for keyboards in the handheld industry and amid a continuing patent battle with Xerox.
#1210| source: zdnet by maximum3d on Tue Jan 14 2003 
Sobig worm stomps on PCs
Sobig is a mass-mailing worm incorporating its own SMTP engine, according to antivirus companies. It arrives from the e-mail address "[email protected]" and bears a subject line such as "Re: here is that sample", "Re: Movies", "Re: Document" or "Re: Sample". The e-mail contains an attachment called "Document003.pif", "Sample.pif", "Untitled1.pif" or "Movie_0074.pif". It affects the Windows 95, 98, Me, NT, 2000 and XP platforms. The worm was originally not considered a serious threat, but has been upgraded due to its rapid spread.
#1209| source: newsobserver.com by maximum3d on Tue Jan 14 2003 
I-net browser with 4x surf speed
A computer browser that is said to least quadruple surfing speeds on the Internet has won the top prize at an Irish exhibition for young scientists, it was announced on Saturday. Adnan Osmani, 16, a student at Saint Finian's College in Mullingar, central Ireland spent 18 months writing 780,000 lines of computer code to develop the browser. Known as "XWEBS", the system works with an ordinary Internet connection using a 56K modem on a normal telephone line.
#1208| source: The Age by maximum3d on Tue Jan 14 2003 
Thieves steal cpus worth $12 mill
Thieves stole L4.6 million ($A12.86 million) worth of computer chips from an unattended truck near London's Heathrow Airport yesterday, police said. The shipment of Pentium 4 chips had been flown into Britain from Miami, Florida, and was en route to an unknown destination, London's Metropolitan Police said. The consignment was inside an unattended American Airlines truck at a trading estate near the airport when thieves drove away in the vehicle sometime before 11:15am, police said. Officers later found the vehicle abandoned nearby, with about one quarter of the chips still inside.
#1207| source: mini-itx by maximum3d on Tue Jan 14 2003 
The "ToAsTOr"
Toaster Oven PC
#1206| source: supermediastore by maximum3d on Wed Jan 08 2003 
4X DVD+R Media Finally!
For all the lucky 4X DVD+R burner owners out there. Here is a some verbatim DVD+R 4x media exlusive for supermediastore. Its not cheap, but 4x of the best dvd format rules! Let the 15 minute burns begin!
#1205| source: lostcircuits by maximum3d on Tue Jan 07 2003 
DDR II - Sacrificing Latency
DDR (I) is approaching the end of its dominating role in the desktop space to be replaced by the second generation of double data rate memory starting at 400 MHz and using a conventional 64/72 bit parallel bus interface. Lower operating voltage, new features like on-die termination, off-chip driver calibration, Posted CAS and variable write latency sound intriguing but what is really lurking behind the new standard. We have seen claims of up to 72% power savings over DDR I and other miracle cures for any bandwidth issues faced by the PC industry. We have done the math ourselves found a few convenient errors in some of the manufacturer's descriptions of DDR II. Otherwise, DDR II looks very promising but who will benefit in the end?

 
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