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ATI unveils integrated, discrete Radeon Xpress chipsets

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ATI today formally launched its Radeon Xpress 200 series of chipsets, as anticipated, formerly known as the RS480 and RX480. Initially targeting AMD's Athlon 64 and Sempron processors, the Radeon Xpress 200 and 200P equip the chip… Go To Full Article

Dothan Unleashed : Intel’s Pentium-M Processor On The Desktop

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Intel currently has two major consumer-level processor architectures on the market, "Prescott" and "Dothan". The Prescott processor core is the basis of Intel's Pentium 4, Xeon. and Celeron processors, replacing Intel's previous mainstream processor core known as "Northwood". Intel's Prescott… Go To Full Article

nVidia Unveils the new GeForce Go 6800

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Sometimes, bigger isn't necessarily better. Just ask anyone who's tried to parallel park an aircraft carrier. When we first previewed nVidia's NV40 architecture in our GeForce Go 6800 Preview, we wondered how well the architecture would scale down for mobile… Go To Full Article

SunBeamTech Cannoneer Control Panel

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With our PC components becoming more high spec, the need for a good control panel to monitor the inside of your PC is a must. But how do you know which one to choose? Do you choose a control panel… Go To Full Article

EM64T Server Roundup

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When AMD announced its Opteron processor and 8000-series chipsets over year ago it seemed to be taking a huge gamble by offering the server market simultaneous 32 and 64bit processing. However, it looks to have paid off as in the… Go To Full Article

Which is better: Microdrive or flash memory?

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MANY DIFFERENT devices – music players, portable video players, USB hard drives -- are being built around one inch microdrives being produced by Fujitsu, Hitachi, MagicStor, Toshiba, and others. These miniaturised hard drives hold between two to five GB, with… Go To Full Article

Pioneer ultraviolet laser promises 500GB disks

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JAPANESE HARDWARE maker Pioneer has developed a technique which will allow optical drives to store 500GB of data. That's according to the Nikkei Business Daily, which reported that the technique will use ultraviolet lasers, which emit shorter wavelength rays… Go To Full Article

Chaintech Apogee AA6800

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NVIDIA and ATI launched their latest line of graphics cards a while back, which swayed the industry in a swish. These new wonders, from both companies, were allowing twice as much performance as their predecessors. Both companies were back to… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte 6800 Video Card Review Updated

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We received quite a few e-mails regarding our evaluation of the Gigabyte 6800 card. Many users stated that Gigabyte’s 6800 card only had eight pixel pipelines enabled, hence the reason for lower performance numbers. Unfortunately we were not aware of… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master CM Stacker (STC-T01)

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A case that is good looking, very sturdy and significantly large in order to fit every item that may be needed is the enthusiast's dream. Few companies release full tower cases to satisfy those that want it as… Go To Full Article

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