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#1158| source: The Inquirer by maximum3d on Tue Dec 03 2002 
AGP errata found in new Intel workstation chipsets
Two new chipsets which have just been released in motherboards for the workstation market have AGP 3.0 errata in them which Intel appears to have no intention fixing. The first of the chipsets is the long awaited "Placer" (7505) chipset. In a note on the Intel website, the firm describes two errata for the chipset - the first is that AGP signals do not meet the AGP 3.0 specification, while the second is that the AGP Prefetch Cache has to be disabled.
#1157| source: nvidia by maximum3d on Tue Dec 03 2002 
World's Top Gamers At the CPL
NVIDIA and PNY Technologies, today announced that they have teamed up as key sponsors of the Cyberathlete Professional League's (CPL) P4 Processor Winter Event. The annual competition pits the world's greatest professional computer gamers against each other for the chance to win $140,000 in cash prizes. The event will be held from December 18-22 at the Hyatt Regency hotel in downtown Dallas, Texas.
#1156| source: eweek by maximum3d on Tue Dec 03 2002 
AMD Places Chips on 64
Like just about every other company in IT, AMD is burdened with the challenges of an economic slowdown and drop in IT spending. But unlike anyone else, to turn itself around, the Sunnyvale, Calif., semiconductor manufacturer must win over end users and computer makers thoroughly aligned with chief rival Intel Corp. But AMD has a plan. And as it licks the wounds from its third consecutive quarterly loss for the third quarter, the tenacious chip maker is focusing on the future--the first half of 2003, to be exact. That's when the company releases its first 64-bit processors based on the Hammer architecture. The chips, which will be priced comparable to 32-bit chips and backward compatible with 32-bit apps, are the keys to AMD's turnaround and future, according to President and CEO Hector de Ruiz.
#1155| source: ZoneAlarm by maximum3d on Sun Dec 01 2002 
ZoneAlarm Pro 3.5
ZoneAlarm Pro is the award-winning PC firewall that keeps your personal data and privacy safe from Internet hackers and data thieves.
#1154| source: truelaunchbar by maximum3d on Sun Dec 01 2002 
Mail Monitor v1.7 Plugin
Mail Monitor for True Lauch Bar allows you to monitor your POP3 mail boxes. The great feature of Mail Monitor is filters. You can setup filters for messages to delete SPAM or unneeded emails. Mail Monitor already has some rules to filter spam. But you can add your own rules. Filter rules are based on logic expressions allow you to catch up to 90% of spam. The great feature of Mail Monitor is filters. You can setup filters for messages to delete SPAM or unneeded emails. Mail Monitor already has some rules to filter spam. But you can add your own rules. Filter rules are based on logic expressions allow you to catch up to 90% of spam.
#1153| source: nvidia by maximum3d on Sun Dec 01 2002 
GeForce FX Games Movies
NVIDIA has added two new movies (Rallisport Challenge and Sea Dogs II) to the GeForce FX Launch Games section.
#1152| source: Rojak's by maximum3d on Sun Dec 01 2002 
Rojak's BIOS Guide Revision 7
It's definitely the best BIOS optimization guide around, this new revision adds: Auto Detect DIMM PCI Clk ATA100RAID IDE Controller, Assign IRQ For VGA, Assign IRQ For USB, APIC Function .
#1151| source: eattlepi by maximum3d on Sun Dec 01 2002 
Microsoft to buy Sega? Rumors fly
Two news services yesterday reported that Tokyo-based videogame maker Sega Corp. may be acquired by Microsoft Corp. Neither company, including San Francisco-based subsidiary SEGA of America Inc., could be reached for comment.
#1150| source: Microsoft by maximum3d on Fri Nov 29 2002 
DirectX Media 6.0 SDK
Microsoft has released DirectX Media 6.0 SDK.
#1149| source: `PegaSoft.cz` by maximum3d on Fri Nov 29 2002 
ICQ 2003a banner killer
1) install the ICQ
2) run and close ICQ
3) delete the folder "'2003a" and file "ICQHttp.dll"
4) run ICQ

 
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