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#591| source: Nvidia by crossbow on Tue Nov 27 2001
Nvidia joins in the Holiday spirit, giving you cash rebates for old computer hardware. Here's the blurb.

"Parsippany, NJ & Santa Clara, CA. - NOVEMBER 26, 2001 - NVIDIA® Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), in conjunction with PNY Technologies, announced today the "Got Voodoo - Get Verto" online redemption promotion for 3dfx(tm) Voodoo(tm) graphics card owners. For a limited time, end-users can trade in their Voodoo graphics cards with the purchase of select models of PNY Verto graphics cards for a cash-back rebate. In addition, an NVIDIA ForceWare(tm) Game CD, which features a selection of games and applications optimized for advanced graphics technology will be included. "
#590| source: Xbitlabs by crossbow on Fri Nov 23 2001
Nvidia pimps out more cards. NV17 and NV25 on the way. Watch out competition...wait there was competition?

#589| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Fri Nov 23 2001
Renderbox in a tiny cube? Check it out, its almost smaller then a Rackmount (and cheaper).

#588| source: Tomshardware by crossbow on Tue Nov 20 2001
8 megs of cache? Must be a scsi drive...what? Its not? IDE? Aw crap here we go again. IDE throws a wrench at SCSI and almost hits.

#587| source: Chickshardware by crossbow on Tue Nov 20 2001
Even though its winter, you still need to cool your cpu, especially if its based on socket A. This particular review centers on thermaltake products, and I recommend also checking out HardOCP and overclockers for more indepth reviews of other various coolers.
#586| source: Anand by crossbow on Tue Nov 20 2001
Revisiting the new radeon. Anand takes another look, while at the same time accepting money from ATI via banner ads. Hmm....
#585| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Tue Nov 20 2001
Do you know where your motherboard is? If you don't know, you might want to give Anand a call, because he seems to have gotten hold of pretty much all of them. I'll take my Dual Asus K7 back please.
#584| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Tue Nov 20 2001
USB 2.0. Regarded by some to be the true sibling of the infamous Universally Bus. This time around supports a much higher throughput rate. And happens to be backwards compatible with USB 1. Want to know more? Read the faq. (RTF)
#583| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Tue Nov 20 2001
Looking for a new house for your machine? Trash can not working anymore? Might be time to upgrade that old case to a lighter and most heat efficent alumnium model. But which one is best? Take a look at this roundup and see.
#582| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Tue Nov 20 2001
Visontek opens their jacket and reveals to the world....their new Geforce Lineup.

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