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#149| source: Chickshardware by crossbow on Fri Apr 20 2001
How to chrome detail your periphals. For those really hard to impress clients.
#148| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Fri Apr 20 2001
The Kyro II. The return of the competition.

Card looks half way decent in games, my question is, how's its Application performance.
#147| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Fri Apr 20 2001
Matrox finally announces its plans for the G800 and revisions of the g400 family line.

'"G800 is completely dead." Apparently, the G800 was 'based on G400 design' and featured doubled pipelines, 128bit DDR memory, hardware transform and lighting, and some form of dual-chip technology. A slimmed down version will be hitting markets shortly, however. G550 is a single-chip solution featuring the same doubled rendering pipelines, 128-bit DDR support, but only a limited form of T&L.
#146| source: techreport by crossbow on Fri Apr 20 2001
MSI Guide to Tweaking Your KT266 MSI motherboard to reach the pinacle of performance. Also has some pictures of Gigabyte PC2100 Dimms.
#145| source: Tomshardware by crossbow on Thu Apr 19 2001
Quoted from Tomshardware

Taiwanese "DigiTimes is reporting that motherboard manufacturers on the island have stopped developing products for Pentium 4-based that use Rambus RDRAM. The reason, according to DigiTimes, is the disappointing sales of Socket 423 P4s. Manufacturers apparently believe the Socket 478 P4s, that will support DDR DRAM, will do better and are preparing products accordingly. "

#144| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Thu Apr 19 2001
Anand writes an editorial so he can speak his mind without upseting the ladies.

The editioral covers the current trends in computer graphics hardware.
#143| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Thu Apr 19 2001
A short article on DDR SDRAM. If you live in siberia and don't know what DDR is, give the article a read.
#142| source: Vermal by crossbow on Wed Apr 18 2001
Render Cubes. Eat your Heart Out Apple.
#141| source: Chickshardware by crossbow on Wed Apr 18 2001
Panasonic smacks out a new version of the ls-120 with 32 meg Pimping POWER! Turn those old dirty 1.44 meg disks into 32 meg wonder machines.
#140| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Wed Apr 18 2001
Anand reviews Asus's KT266 DDR Coppermine motherboard. The motherboard wars begin anew.

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