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#1426| source: http://www.viperlair.com/ by maximum3d on Sat Nov 15 2003 
Chaintech FX5600 Ultra A-FX71
Chaintech has been building a reputation of quality built products, and as of late, have been adding a 'sex appeal' to their line. The Apogee FX 5600 Ultra follows that path with eye pleasing gold heatsinks (yes, multiple), albeit a monster when pieced together, it is quite sexy, especially with the clear plastic casing around the entire card. They even used gold on the case connector.
#1425| source: http://www.lanaddict.com by maximum3d on Sat Nov 15 2003 
Power Color Radeon 9200 SE 64 MB
While we have all heard about the 9600 series and the 9800 series, it is more rare to hear about the 9200 series. That's why LanAddict take look at ATI's budget solution, Power Color's Radeon 9200 SE 64 MB edition.
#1424| source: http://www.nordichardware.com by maximum3d on Sat Nov 15 2003 
6 mixed graphics cards comparison
The manufacturers in this comparison are Gainward, ATi and Albatron and the cards we offer are: All In Wonder Radeon 9600 Pro, Radeon 9600XT, GeForce FX 5600 Ultra, GeForce FX 5700 Ultra and two different GeForce FX 5900's.
#1423| source: http://www.pimprig.com by maximum3d on Sat Nov 15 2003 
Asetek WaterChill KT12-L30 WaterCooling Kit
PimpRig has posted up a review of Asetek's new top-of-the-line watercooling kit, the WaterChill KT12-L30 WaterCooling Kit.
#1422| source: http://www.firingsquad.com by maximum3d on Sat Nov 15 2003 
CATALYST 3.9 Driver Report
Since CATALYST 3.9 is essentially based on a derivative of CATALYST 3.8, there's nothing new in these drivers for you. The interface and menus remain the same, and so does the performance. Therefore, there really isn't a compelling reason to upgrade. CATALYST 3.9 is merely more of the same (including many of the same problems), only with a new name.
#1421| source: http://www.savagenews.com by maximum3d on Sat Nov 15 2003 
QuickTime Alternative 1.13
QuickTime Alternative will allow you to play QuickTime files (.mov, .qt and other extensions) without having to install the official QuickTime Player. As a bonus, Internet Explorer will play all QuickTime movies that are embedded in a webpage. You do need a media player that is capable of playing QuickTime files.
#1420| source: http://www.softrom.ro by maximum3d on Sat Nov 15 2003 
Real Alternative 1.10
Real Alternative will allow you to play RealMedia files. This way you can play RealMedia files without having to install RealPlayer/RealOne Player. You do need a player that is capable of playing RealMedia. The included Media Player Classic supports it and works very well. Supported: RealAudio (.ra .rpm), RealMedia (.rm .ram .rmvb .rpx .smi .smil), RealText (.rt), ReadPix (.rp), RealMedia embedded in webpages. .smi and .smil files sometimes only play the first part of a clip.
#1419| source: http://www.guru3d.com by maximum3d on Fri Nov 14 2003 
Nvidia Detonator Drivers 52.70 (beta)
Guru 3D have updated their download page with Detonator 52.70 for Windows 2000/XP from MSI. "This set originated from MSI who has them on-line in their Live Update program. We've checked this archive out and despite some small MSI (one logo in the installer) related information this is a 100% NVIDIA reference set. It'll work on any NVIDIA graphics card, we installed them on a reference GeForce FX 5900 Ultra. The archive has been virus/trojan checked and is safe. Files within the archive are dated 24-Oct-2003 making this the absolute newest set available."
#1418| source: http://www.cdfreaks.com by maximum3d on Fri Nov 14 2003 
Pioneer A07 8x dual format DVD recorder
Pioneer Europe has officially announced the Pioneer A07 dual format 8x DVD recorder. Previously some information about this drive leaked, but now the company has disclosed the correct information. The drive will write DVD-R and DVD+R discs at 8 speed, DVD-RW and DVD-RW discs will be written at 4 speed.
#1417| source: http://www.enscape.net/ by maximum3d on Thu Nov 13 2003 
Setting Up a Windows Web Server Guide
Enscape has posted this step by step guide about setting up a Windows webserver with Apache, PHP and MySQL.

 
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