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#805| source: DigiTimes by maximum3d on Fri Jul 26 2002
Mobo makers give details on Intel price cuts - Taiwanese motherboard makers shed additional light on Intel's reported decision to move up price cuts on some Pentium 4 processors to September 1 from the originally scheduled October 27. On July 23, the Wall Street Journal and CNET had reported Salomon Smith Barney analyst Jonathan Joseph as saying that Intel would cut the price of its top-end 2.53GHz P4 processor by 63% and the price of its 1.8GHz P4 by 13%.
#804| source: Nvidia Developer by maximum3d on Tue Jul 23 2002
NV30 Specs - In a new CineFX architecture whitepaper on the NVidia Developer site, some specs of the upcoming NV3X architecture are mentioned.
#803| source: CNN by maximum3d on Tue Jul 23 2002
College gets 1GB/s speed demon Net hookup - In all, 16,000 computers, including machines in every dorm room, will be linked over the coming year to a fiber-optic network that delivers data at up to one gigabit per second. That is about a thousand times faster than the typical home broadband connection -- so fast that the research university's computer experts still do not know exactly what they will do with so much capacity.
#802| source: Wired by maximum3d on Tue Jul 23 2002,1282,53998,00.html
AMD Answers the 64-Bit Question - AMD, on the other hand, has a 64-bit chip called Opteron, due early next year, and it will be completely backwards compatible with the Athlon line, which is x86-compatible to begin with. Opteron will be in servers, desktops and laptops. The panel, which included an AMD engineer, felt this was the way to go. "You wouldn't buy a DVD player that wouldn't play your CDs, would you?" said Jerry Huck, chief architect at Hewlett-Packard.
#801| source: c|net by maximum3d on Tue Jul 23 2002
Intel pushes faster for new Pentium 4 - The chipmaker is advancing its release schedule of new 2.8GHz and 3GHz Pentium 4 chips in an effort to speed ahead of rival AMD.
#800| source: The Register by maximum3d on Tue Jul 23 2002
Microsoft's Canary phone - the first pics - It's based on Texas Instruments OMAP 720, weighs 95g and is a triband GSM/GPRS device. Delays in getting Microsoft's GPRS stack to stay up long enough to salute have contributed to delays in shipping Stinkers so far, as Microsoft itself has acknowledged. HTC claims the device allows 3 hours talktime or 100 hours of standby. There's USB and MMC support. The Canary boasts a 176x220 64,000 colour display.
#799| source: Virtual Zone Hardware by maximum3d on Sun Jul 21 2002
Creative 3DBlaster 5 RX9000 Pro First Look - Creative Technology Ltd. today introduced the Creative 3D Blaster 5 RX9000 Pro (more pics), which ships this week at an estimated street price of US$129. Creative 3D Blaster 5 RX9000 Pro drives hours of intensive 3D gaming by coupling ATI's new RADEON 9000 PRO Graphics Processing Unit - featuring 4 parallel rendering pipelines running at 275MHz core clock - with 64MB of ultra-fast 3.3ns DDR memory.
#798| source: OCTools by maximum3d on Sun Jul 21 2002
The RocketRAID 404 is a great consumer level card for the price. It is a high quality, cost-effective solution for your mass storage needs. It's got a few extra features (hot spare, hot swap) that you don't get on your average controller, and 4 Channels are always handy.
#797| source: the inquirer by maximum3d on Sun Jul 21 2002
845G gives games players headaches - Project IGI, Quake III Arena, Rollcage, The Sims, Small Soldiers, Sorry, Spec Ops 2: Green Berets, Spider Man The Movie, Starship Troopers, Thief, and others all have more or less serious problems with the 845G.
#796| source: JadeTec by maximum3d on Sun Jul 21 2002
The Jadetec MicroPC is the world's smallest PC, it's the size of a CD-ROM with full working functionality of a desktop computer. Specifications cater for Intel Pentium III CPU, 256 Mb RAM, 30Gb Hard Drive, CD/DVD/ CDRW it features onboard 56k V90 Fax/Modem &,10/100 Base-T Ethernet, 2 USB Ports, Serial & Parallel connections and it's IrDA compliant. It's ready to run Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP or Linux.

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