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#271| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Wed May 23 2001
Review and Overview of the Sony CRX 200E DDCDR-W, sony's new Double Density CD burner. Unfortunantly its not backwards compatible with the previous CDROM format, or Music CD's.
#270| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Wed May 23 2001
Itanium to have a short shelf life. Its not going to be a consumer drive solution, but merely a stepping stone to future versions of intel's 64 bit chip.
#269| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Wed May 23 2001
Bored? Have nothing else to do? Try modifying your mediocre beige case into a poly crunching monster.
#268| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Wed May 23 2001
Iomega Director Quits. He probably just needed a vacation.
#267| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Wed May 23 2001
AMD Gains Mobile Momemtum: NEC, SONY, FUJITSU Choose AMD Processors for New Notebooks. Its also been rumored that Dell is picking AMD processors....

#266| source: Tom Bruno by crossbow on Wed May 23 2001
Dual 1.7, 1.5 Ghz Xeon benchmarks in 3dsmax. I don't know what your thinking, but I'm thinking intel has almost finished digging their grave and is about to jump in.
#265| source: Tomshardware by crossbow on Tue May 22 2001
MASSIVE 46 Cooler review. A MUST read. Tom takes a look at coolers not only for their cooling ability, but cost, efficency, and noise levels as well. A must for any serious home user.
#264| source: by crossbow on Tue May 22 2001
An Article on Intel's upcoming Tulain chip, aka the latest revision of the Pentium III coppermine. Looks like not only will this chips not be SMP capable, but they'll require new motherboards.
#263| source: by crossbow on Tue May 22 2001
An article detailing features of Windows XP...including an integrated Windows Media
#262| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Tue May 22 2001
Anand takes a look at the dual p4 1.7 xeon system. Looks like it really tears up the benchmarks.

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