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#694| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Sat Apr 20 2002,2125,51926,00.html
New marketing campaign by apple. PC's are faster. Mac users riot.

To quote one user.

"I spent $1,800 on a computer that's slower than the $400 eMachine it replaced," one iMac user wrote in an e-mail "
#693| source: Tech-report by crossbow on Fri Apr 19 2002
You don't have to be big, to be bad ass. Tweak3D reviews the new SS50 Shuttle barebones system. Pimpin out in alumnium, this baby packs a serious punch for the size.
#692| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Fri Apr 19 2002
Dell tries to make excuses to why their changing motherboard standards to fit their needs. Anyone need to be ripped off sometime soon? Buy a Dell, non standard ATX powersupplies and motherboards.

Is it better? No. Does it give Dell more money by forcing you to upgrade through them? Yes. Does that money come out of your pocket? Yes.

#691| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Fri Apr 19 2002
Hardwareirc interviews one of AMD's regional marketing directors, and rips out some Hammer questions.

#690| source: Coolermaster by crossbow on Fri Apr 19 2002
Coolermaster listens to the public...or at least their wives, and produces a low noise HHC-001 Heatpipe.
#689| source: Aceshardware by crossbow on Fri Apr 19 2002
The man, the legend, Ace of aceshardware. One of the top hardware sites on the web, ace pimps out an updated workstation article, taking actual indepth looks into useful information, properly benchmarked and recorded. Really? Yes really. Check it out NOW.
#688| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Fri Apr 19 2002
AMD kills the Duron. Poor little chip, all you needed was a little bit more l2 cache.

Instead AMD will be offering Athlon processors at all price ranges. Mmm....1.333 ghz athlon chips at duron prices.
#687| source: Nvidia by crossbow on Fri Apr 19 2002
Nvidia releases some new graphics technology. (Go figure). That's going to accelerate stuff up the wazzo. Speed and competition. Bring it on people.
#686| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Fri Apr 19 2002
Pioneer releases a new updated version of their DVD-RW drive, the A03. Now the A04 has some updates and fixes, but no magical 500x DVD-R speed yet =(.
#685| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Wed Apr 17 2002
IBM withdrawls out the harddrive business. Looks like the recent harddrive failures was too much for the brandname to take. Didn't we just see a whole lot of commercials about IBM reliability?

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