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Subject: Graphics Cards | September 22, 2004 - 08:51 PM | Ryan Shrout
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 22, 2004 - Intel Corporation today announced new products to provide cost-conscious consumers more fully featured PCs. The IntelÂ® CeleronÂ® D processor 340 and the IntelÂ® 910GL Express chipset offer solid computing reliability and value with improved features and technologies for value-priced PCs, including support for PCI Express*, IntelÂ® High Definition Audio, and the IntelÂ® Graphics Media Accelerator 900.
Subject: Storage | September 22, 2004 - 01:00 PM | Alexander Munos
The crew over at The Tech Report has just posted their Maxtor Atlas 10K V SCSI Review. Since your hard drives are usually the largest bottleneck (in a fairly new system), it is important to pay attention to how fast the drive is (along with the storage capacity). An excellent read as always...
Subject: Cases and Cooling | September 22, 2004 - 11:54 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
As you can see, it is a quiet one, and able to keep a P4 cool n' froody. If you haven't read Robotech's review of the CoolerMaster Hyper 6, shame on you! Drop what you're doing and read it, now.
"Up until this point, Asus had not sold heatsinks under its brand name, and was known primarily as a videocard and motherboard manufacturer.
Subject: Systems | September 21, 2004 - 07:55 PM | Alexander Munos
Low budget and low FPS? Fear not, [H]ard|OCP's $500 Upgrade Guide provides some basic common sense upgrades to keep that box kickin' strong for under $500.
The [H]ard|OCP 500, Q3-04 : Do you want upgrade your box that is a bit long in the tooth without having to take out a second mortgage? We give you some economically minded suggestions using $500 and parts from NewEgg that you can purchase today.
Subject: Processors | September 21, 2004 - 04:23 PM | Alexander Munos
There seems to be a growing amount of people using Linux; perhaps seeking experiance or making the switch altogether. So how does the latest gear from AMD & Intel perform under Linux? Read on to find out!
Almost three months ago, Intel released their new platform which included many new features for Intel. These features included two new chipsets, a new CPU package and socket, DDR2 memory support, and the first motherboards with PCI-Express slots.
Subject: Graphics Cards | September 21, 2004 - 12:56 PM | Alexander Munos
It is a busy day for ATI Radeon X700 series cards.
Subject: Graphics Cards | September 21, 2004 - 10:41 AM | Ryan Shrout
In case you somehow missed that big icon above, be sure to read our X700 Pro review as well today!
ATI introduces the RADEON(r) X700 family of visual processors with best-in-class price and performance
MARKHAM, ON — September 21, 2004 — ATI Technologies Inc. (TSX:ATY, NASDAQ:ATYT) today introduced the RADEON(r) X700 family of visual processors. The RADEON X700 delivers excellent graphics performance for gaming and visual processing, at a price suited to a broad range of customers.
Subject: Processors | September 21, 2004 - 06:43 AM | Joe White
SUNNYVALE, CALIF. -- September 21, 2004 --Today, AMD (NYSE: AMD) announces the first 64-bit game optimized for AMD Athlon™ 64 processor-based systems, 'Shadow Ops: Red Mercury,' is available now on retail shelves. 'Shadow Ops: Red Mercury,' published by Atari and designed on AMD64 technology, includes specific 64-bit enhancements that enable a richer and more immersive gaming experience. The power of the AMD64 platform has opened the door for game developers to truly capture the imagination and creativity of artists and industry visionaries.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | September 20, 2004 - 12:15 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Is it just me, or are a lot of case manufacturers re-usung each others model names, usually with a fighting theme of some sort? Well, true or not, the Cavalier that Viper Lair reviews would stand out in any battlefield. Much like a Glitterboy for you Rifts fans :-)
"The basic design of the Chieftec case has not changed for over two years, but it still remains one of the nicer looking cases today, at least in our opinion.
Subject: Processors | September 20, 2004 - 11:35 AM | Joe White
SUNNYVALE, CALIF. -- September 20, 2004 --AMD (NYSE: AMD) today further expanded its family of low-voltage mobile processors designed to offer outstanding performance, security and true mobility for thin and light notebooks. The new Mobile AMD Athlon™ 64 processor 3000+ for thin and light notebooks enables a powerful 32-bit computing experience today with a seamless transition to 64-bit computing.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | September 17, 2004 - 11:38 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
One lonely watercooling review, from SystemCooling, and some miscellaneous additions to your cooling setup. The Enermax Panel might be something you are looking for, it reads most memory cards, has serial ATA connectors for external devices, USB & Firewire ... plus it's a fan controller.
"GlobalWIN has always brought quality and innovation to the market. Whether it's power supplies, cases, heatsinks, hard drive enclosures or other accessories you always know that it's going to be some of the best hardware available.
Subject: Storage | September 16, 2004 - 04:00 PM | Ryan Shrout
Iomega is announcing today the release of their new network attached storage device, the 100d. It comes in two versions, a 160GB and 250GB version. I spoke with Iomega about this device earlier in the week, and I can assure you this is more than just a hard drive with a network plug on it. It is basically a very small form factor PC that is self contained and managed through a web interface that functions as network storage as well as a wireless access point if so desired. We are supposed to be getting one of these soon from Iomega for testing and you can be sure we'll
Subject: Cases and Cooling | September 15, 2004 - 12:16 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
ExtremeMhz takes a look at a new companies heatsink. There's a lapping kit to look at, or maybe you are more concerned about noise dampening? Don't forget the 3 way fanless VGA cooler showdown, and for those neat-freaks out there, PCI slot covers!
Subject: Systems | September 14, 2004 - 03:57 PM | Alexander Munos
The guys over at GamePC have thrown the Shuttle SN95G5 nForce 3 Ultra Socket-939 through the lab. Read on and see what they found!
Despite the valiant attempts of every major motherboard maker to grab a piece of the small form factor market, Shuttle is still the dominating player.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | September 13, 2004 - 11:52 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Whether you are more concerned with how your case looks on the outside, or on the inside, there should be something to tweek your interest today. Start off with the Mutant X, and see what else catches your eye.
"Wanting to get away from the sometimes boring and average looking cases that are out on the market, Kingwin designed the Mutant X case for those who want to be a little on the wild side. Many of today's cases have a plain or modern and sterile look to them that may not appeal to everyone.
Subject: General Tech | September 11, 2004 - 11:47 AM | Ryan Shrout
VIA Releases PadLock SDK for Windows and Linux-Based Information Security Software Developers
Easy to use Software Development Kit assists third party developers in integrating support for the VIA PadLock Hardware Security Suite
Taipei, Taiwan, September 10th 2004 - VIA Technologies, Inc, a leading innovator and developer of silicon chip technologies and PC platform solutions, today announced the release of the VIA PadLock SDK, a step by step programming guide designed for third party software developers who want to capitalize on the performance
Subject: Cases and Cooling | September 10, 2004 - 12:01 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Just a quick one today folks, but still worth reading.
"As we've stated at the beginning of the review, building an efficient water cooling system will take some planning and research.
Subject: General Tech | September 10, 2004 - 11:55 AM | Alexander Munos
Yes, you did indeed read the title correctly. The RIAA is now on the defensive side of things concerning this case...
SUING MACHINE, the RIAA is on the legal defensive after a P2P software company has accused it of nicking its technology.
Altnet is suing the RIAA and several of its partners of pirating its patent covering technology for identifying requested files on a P2P network.