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#281| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Sun May 27 2001 
http://www.wildandyc.co.uk/Miscellaneous/soi/soi.shtml
An overview of Silicon On Insulator Technology. New technology that will first be showcased by AMD in less then a year. Pretty wild stuff.
#280| source: Greg Hess by crossbow on Fri May 25 2001 

Ram prices continue to plummet, dropping over 30 USD on 256 meg dimms in the past few weeks. Generic ram prices are around 40 USD for a 256 meg dimm. Analyst are pointing out that the memory manufactures have switched to DDR production, and everyone may be trying to dump the old memory technology.
#279| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Fri May 25 2001 
http://www.hardocp.com/reviews/cooling/roundup0501/
Another great Heatsink Roundup. Remember kids, only you can prevent cpu damage.
#278| source: 2cpu by crossbow on Wed May 23 2001 
http://www.hothardware.com/hh_files/S&V/herc-xp(3).htm
Hercules Gaming Theater XP....possibly another soundcard solution other then creative labs.
#277| source: Aceshardware by crossbow on Wed May 23 2001 
http://www.aceshardware.com/
Ace showcases some Tbird vs Athlon 4 benchmarks.
#276| source: Chickshardware by crossbow on Wed May 23 2001 
http://www.hardwareanalysis.com/content/article/1272/
Another look at the new Dual Processor Intel Xeon systems.
#275| source: Arstechnica by crossbow on Wed May 23 2001 
http://www.zdnet.com/zdnn/stories/news/0,4586,5083199,00.html?chkpt=zdhpnews01
Ibm unveils a new harddrive technology....Can you say 400 gigs hard drives? No I couldn't either, the drool kept me from saying it.
#274| source: Arstechnica by crossbow on Wed May 23 2001 
http://news.cnet.com/news/0-1006-200-5992546.html
Apple preinstalls os X on new macs leaving the factory, and is ditching CRT's in favor of LCD's.
#273| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Wed May 23 2001 
http://www.digit-life.com/articles/bootman/index.html
Inside the Modern Harddrive. An article takes a look at how data is stored on a physical drive. A good read with lots of useful background information.
#272| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Wed May 23 2001 
http://gamespot.com/gshw/stories/news/0,12836,2764159,00.html
Inside the Xbox GPU....closer to a Geforce 3 then a Geforce 4? Read on to find out.

 
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