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Asus Bios Unlocks P4 Overclocking Potential

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It can finally be done. Asus now delivers BIOS versions with its Socket 775 motherboards that allow you to tweak Pentium 4 Prescott multipliers, which represents a first step by a mobo maker to unleash the processor's overclocking potential. Go To Full Article

ATI to unveil Athlon 64 PCI-E chipset pair 'this month'

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ATI will launch its first Athlon 64-oriented chipset later this month, a company official has revealed, and become the first company to formally announce PCI Express support for the processor. According to Reuven Soraya, ATI's director of… Go To Full Article

Will Microsoft sue OpenOffice users?

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According to a provision in the landmark Sun-Microsoft settlement, Microsoft can sue OpenOffice.org (as the application suite is now known) users and developers over copies of OpenOffice.org installed after April 1, 2004. The agreement between Sun and Microsoft was made… Go To Full Article

Abit launching AX-8, Socket-939 A64 mainboard with PCI-Express

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Critical Update for Windows XP: Intel Prescott Owners

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This non-security critical update helps resolve an issue where a limited number of systems running a BIOS without production support for Intel Pentium 4 and Intel Celeron D processors based on Prescott C-0 stepping can potentially hang on Windows XP… Go To Full Article

Inside the Infinium Labs Phantom Console

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photo-essay giving a look inside an Infinium Labs Gen 1 Phantom Console. We pull back the curtain and show you what Infinium Labs never would. Go To Full Article

HardOCP has won a huge legal round against Infinium Labs

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It appears that HardOCP came away with a large victory. Without the transcriptions from the first depositions, we can only speculate based on subsequent motions on what transpired that day. It's quite obvious that the focus is purely on Tim… Go To Full Article

VIA's 90nm CPU to be branded C7

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VIA's next-generation x86-compatible processor will ship as the C7, the Taiwanese chip maker said today. Better known by its codename, 'Esther', the part will debut in the first half of 2005 in two forms: the desktop-oriented C7… Go To Full Article

SP2 on XP Home evaluation

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Our previous article on the security disappointments of SP2 drew considerable criticism because we cited very poor service to the security needs of home users, although we tested it on XP Pro. In fairness, we felt it reasonable to repeat… Go To Full Article

Call of Duty: United Offensive SP Demo

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Activision have released the single-player demo for Call of Duty: United Offensive, allowing you to sample the newly released World War II first-person shooter expansion by Gray Matter Studios. This standalone demo offers the intro level from the add-on, set… Go To Full Article

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