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#33| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Sat Mar 17 2001 
http://www.rojakpot.com/Speed_Demonz/BIOS_Guide/BIOS_Guide_Index.htm
Bios optimization guide. (Updated)
#32| source: www.icrontic.com by crossbow on Fri Mar 16 2001 
http://www.icrontic.com/?action=articles&id=58
Why is your internet laggy? Blame people like this.
#31| source: The Register by crossbow on Fri Mar 16 2001 
http://www.theregister.co.uk/content/3/17610.html
Rambus is on a sinking ship. Thats what you get for sueing everyone, their
families, their pets, and of course, their poor helpless workstations.



(After posting this message it was brought to my attention that I am now
being sued by rambus as well)
#30| source: Tom's Hardware Guide by crossbow on Fri Mar 16 2001 
http://www.tomshardware.com/graphic/01q1/010316/index.html
Review of Twin View Radeon LE card. I still think matrox takes the dual
head crown.
#29| source: www.active-hardware.com by crossbow on Fri Mar 16 2001 
http://active-hardware.com/english/reviews/mainboard/socketa-comp.htm
16 Socket A Motherboard comparison. Wow. (Socket A = Tbird)
#28| source: www.matroxusers.com by crossbow on Fri Mar 16 2001 
http://www.matroxusers.com/
On march 22nd Matrox will unveil the G550. Who knows what it does yet
but it does do displacement mapping. (drool
#27| source: Firegl by crossbow on Fri Mar 16 2001 
http://www.firegl.com/html/products/firegl4.html
Firegl 4 baby. The big guns start coming out to play. Wildcat II where are
you?????
#25| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Thu Mar 15 2001 
http://www.iamnotageek.com/cgi-bin/reviews.cgi?name=roundedcable&p=1
Green Rounded IDE cables to go with your black motherboard and blue Hercules
GF2.
#24| source: www.overclockers.com by crossbow on Thu Mar 15 2001 

Comp USA crazy deal Sunday and Monday only.



Compaq Presario 5000US-- 750Mhz Duron, 64MB PC100, 30GB 5400rpm drive, 40X
CD-ROM, TNT2 8Mb Vanta card, modem, 15" Compaq monitor and cheap Compaq
printer. $1050-$250 CompUSA MIR -$250 Mfrg MIR = $550.



Crazy Computer Deal. Great comp for friends who like to email. Full system
$550 US
(yes its a compaq)
#23| source: arstechnica by crossbow on Thu Mar 15 2001 
http://www.hardwarecentral.com/hardwarecentral/editorials/3085/1/
Article on SMT (simultanous multithreading) Cpus

 
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