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#119| source: Aceshardware by crossbow on Thu Apr 12 2001
600 Megahertz Ram. Wow. (300 Megahertz DDR). I wonder how long it'll be before we see Ghz DDR.
#118| source: Tomshardware by crossbow on Thu Apr 12 2001
Tom takes a look at backup solutions other then sticky notes.
#117| source: Chickshardware by crossbow on Thu Apr 12 2001
Review of an MSI 649D Master-S Super Pimp motherboard. Is it me or are these motherboard designations getting rediculous? This board adds an extra dimm slot and Ultra 160Scsi to the mix. Ah the joys of embedded scsi.
#116| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Thu Apr 12 2001
Bios Update for KT266 linked at viahardware. Seems the KT266 chipset only needs major bios revision and bug fixing to start to compete with the other DDR Socket A chipsets.
#115| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Thu Apr 12 2001
Anand takes a look at the new Nvidia MX400 Video cards. Leave it to nvidia to upgrade their slowest cards with functions everyone wants on the top of the line cards. Those upgraded pinto's sure must bring in the bucks and the ladies.
#114| source: Tomshardware by crossbow on Wed Apr 11 2001
Windows XP does not have planned USB2.0 support. I really have no comment on this one.
#113| source: Tomshardware by crossbow on Wed Apr 11 2001
Intel to slash P4 Prices by 44%. Seems someone checked the warehouse and found that only three had been sold.
#112| source: Chickshardware by crossbow on Wed Apr 11 2001
Generic Ram vs Muskin Ram. Muskin sure packs some serious firepower. Its like comparing an F-8 Fighter to some large bloated prop plane.
#111| source: by crossbow on Wed Apr 11 2001
Socket A heatsink recommendations, from the people who routinely take their 100 megahertz pentiums to 1 GHZ and beyond.

By the Way, I don't recommend any Globin win FOP## products. The clips are extremely difficult to put on, and many of my clients have expressed harsh words when the heatsink destroyed their brand new cpu.
#109| source: Chickshardware by crossbow on Wed Apr 11 2001
Got Floppy? Are you one of those distraut computer users who have closets full of 1.44 HD floppy disks? Did you order baldur's gate 2 on 1.44 floppy instead of DVD? If so then panasonic has some pimpage for you.

Now instead of 1.44 megs on that floppy you can fit 32!!! 32 MEGS!!! Amazing! Think of all that you can do with 32 megs of space! [sarcasm]I just threw out my 120 meg LS-120 Superdisk for the new 32 meg wonder. [/sarcasm]

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