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#875| source: Rage 3D by maximum3d on Sat Sep 14 2002 
Radeon 9700 AGP 8x Problem
According to ATI, they are now receiving and testing these 8X AGP boards. They are ALSO finding the 9700 does not work at all or works intermittently at best on these boards. Engineering indicated most of the boards already shipped have this problem.
#874| source: ZDNet by maximum3d on Sat Sep 14 2002 
Chip implants--game plan for Sony?
Sony ads predict a surgically-implanted game controller by 2075--and what about other devices, too? Will medical experts replace hardware engineers in product development?
#873| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Fri Sep 13 2002 
Another Set of Via 4 in 1's Baby!
4.43 WHQL drivers are now available from viaarena. These are microsoft certified, so if your normally afraid to fly by the seat of your pants, now you've got someone else to yell at if your system crashes.
#872| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Fri Sep 13 2002 
Is that a G4 or a P4?
Kyle and the gang over at the OCP have decided to tear into a Powermac G4 case and flip it around to the darkside of PC's. Flashing out in a Black and Red design, this goes one step beyond the normal mac bashing to whole new heights of PC user delight.
#871| source: Motherboards.Org by maximum3d on Thu Sep 12 2002 
AMD Athlon XP 2600+ vs Intel Pentium 4 2.53GHz
"I hear it almost every time I am out consulting a job, someone will say is that AMD 2100+ a 2.1GHz CPU or a 1.53Ghz CPU with a complete blank stare on their face. This time we see AMD coming at us with a new .13 Micron solution called the 2600+ (actual clock speed 2.13GHz). AMD has slated this chip to be the killer of the Intel 2.53GHz P4, which is the current affordable high end CPU that dominates the market."
#870| source: http://www.spodesabode.com by maximum3d on Thu Sep 12 2002 
First Watercooling Experiences
A noob ghetto rigs a water cooling system.
#869| source: Tweakers Forum by maximum3d on Thu Sep 12 2002 
Serial ATA Poised For Market Ramp
Serial ATA, the next-generation storage interconnect, is gaining steam within the computing industry. Serial ATA will be used to connect such internal storage devices as hard disks, DVDs and CD-R/Ws to the motherboard in desktop and mobile PCs, cost-sensitive servers and networked storage.
#868| source: Tweakers Forum by maximum3d on Thu Sep 12 2002 
Intel Doubles Bandwidth with AGP 8x
Designed to satisfy the performance and scalability needs of today's workstation class graphics applications, Intel Corporation released the final AGP 3.0 specification. The corresponding AGP 3.0 Design Guide (Rev. 2.0) will also be available this month.
#867| source: ExtremeTech by maximum3d on Thu Sep 12 2002 
3GHz Pentium 4 Requires New Motherboards
One of the more interesting sessions at Intel's Fall Developer Forum 2002 covered the requirements for thermal management of the upcoming 3.06GHz Pentium 4. Pushing the clock rate that high really pushes the power envelope of the P4 to heights not seen since the original 0.18 micron Willamette, as the following chart demonstrates.
#866| source: c|net by maximum3d on Thu Sep 12 2002 
Windows Media Player 9 tough to shake
Microsoft's latest media software doesn't include a mechanism for uninstalling the software on Windows Millennium Edition (Me) or Windows XP operating system. Typically software makers like Microsoft provide a simple means of uninstalling software--particularly software such as Media Player 9 Series that has yet to be officially released.

 
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