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EPoX 9NDA3+ nForce3 Ultra Socket 939 Motherboard

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The EPoX EP-9NDA3+ motherboard is based on nVidia's nForce3 Ultra chipset supporting the latest Athlon64 & AthlonFX Socket 939 processors. The nForce3 Ultra chipset officially supports a 1GHz HyperTransport link, along with all the features of the regular nForce3 250gb… Go To Full Article

Sunbeam Wherever PCI Rack

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Looking at the thumbnail sized photos on the box, I tried to figure out some of the other configurations of the rack. Some of them appeared to have the rack "arms" mounted perpendicular to the rack. In this particular case,… Go To Full Article

Swiftech MCX775-V Heatsink Reviewed

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…the base of the MCX775-V is a whooping .50" thick, this massive piece of C110 copper will offer superior cooling and with this will come the benefit of a system that is much more stable. One of the keys to… Go To Full Article

Retail X700 Pro Roundup & Retail Geforce 6600GT Exploration

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It has been months down the road since the Radeon X700 launch, and still no X700 XT. At this point, it is very likely that the new mid-range X800 part will push the non-existent X700 XT off the map altogether,… Go To Full Article

How online journalists get ensnared by spinning webs

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Be in it for the long haul. There is so much competition when it comes to hardware sites that many writers will sell their soul, presuming they have one, to get an exclusive. In the short run, the exclusive may… Go To Full Article

Intel Blackford gets taped out, Nehalem re-emerges

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Blackford and Greencreek are intended to support dual cores, have better power management, better storage controllers and a dual independ bus. Quite a way away, and anything can happen between now and then, as we all know. Go To Full Article

Intel sets dates for dual desktop, 6XX 2MB Pentium 4s

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THE LATEST INTEL ROADMAPS seen by the INQUIRER indicate that the launch of its dual core desktop processors - the X20, the X30 and the X40 - will be launched in the third quarter of 2005, suggesting they won't proliferate… Go To Full Article

ATI's X700XT to vanish soon

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If you ask why, rhe answer is very simple. X700XT will very soon be replaced with X800 standard cards. X800 Standard sounds like a very good chip and it will replace X700XT at the same price points. X700XT will last… Go To Full Article

Nvidia's Nforce 5 almost ready to go

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NVIDIA HAS made a big noise about its Nforce 5 chipset which suggests it is almost ready to roll. We guess Intel doesn’t want to take chances with imaginary chipset launches. The Nforce 5 or C19 SLI north… Go To Full Article

IBM and AMD to intro SOI for 24% boost

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AMD AND IBM said that both firms will use silicon on insulator (SOI) on their 90 nanometre processors. This process is called "dual stress liner", which the firms claim improve n-channel and p-channel transistors on chips, by "stretching" silicon… Go To Full Article

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