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#664| source: Tech-Report by crossbow on Wed Mar 13 2002
The 2100+ XP. King of the mountain? Only time will tell. But one thing's for sure, its arrival on the battlefield means price cut city =).

Did I mention 2000+ MP's? Look for a review shortly.

#663| source: by crossbow on Tue Feb 26 2002
Ed over at snagged this image. The 2100+ XP. =)
#662| source: Tech-report by crossbow on Tue Feb 26 2002
Girlfriend wants a mac? Stop the insanity by wooing her with a Polo-T. Cheaper then a rackmount, and supposedly able to take the new FlexATX KT333 Via motherboards. Render Cubes anyone?
#661| source: Tech-report by crossbow on Tue Feb 26 2002
PC3000. Just kinda of rolls off the tongue doesn't it? Tech report gives some of the fastest DDR on the market a once over, and they come out drooling.

#660| source: Maximum3d by crossbow on Tue Feb 26 2002
In case you didn't know, Elsa is filling for bankrupcy. Oh well. Just in case your worrying about losing support for your Elsa Maxtreme drivers, don't worry. (For your video card drivers)
(For your maxtreme drivers)
#659| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Tue Feb 26 2002
Intel's Dual Channel DDR chipset...for xeons. Its interesting to note, that while Intel finally acknowledged the issues plaguing rambus, all the tech sites are now noticing that rambus seems to offer a 10-15% performance advantage over DDR when the chips scale past 2.4 Ghz. We could be seeing a resurgance of the great Rambust.
#658| source: Intel by crossbow on Tue Feb 26 2002
New Xeon chips code named...Prestonia. Features 512k of l2 cache (oh baby), and Hyperthreading technology, this press release reads like your local monster truck competition. Bottom line? Same core technology, with performance improvments that look good in intel's benchmarks (Of course they look good. Intel's benching them). Only time will tell if these new xeons push the performance lead back into intel's hand.
#657| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Sat Feb 23 2002
Competition. The war never ends between rival companies, this time nvidia responds to the new Wildcat III with tactical nuclear weapons. Are they fighting fair? =)

#656| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Sat Feb 23 2002
Anand ventures into the deep unknown to bring us first hand knowledge on the KT333. Whats the KT333 mean to you? More bandwidth.
#655| source: Amd by crossbow on Sat Feb 23 2002,,51_104_608,00.html
AMD made some minor adjustments to their roadmap this year, so if you haven't been paying attention and may be looking to purchase in the future, its a good time to check it out.

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