Friday, September 26, 2003
Daily mailbox: OCW, EOC, Madshrimps, Ninjalane, TweakTown — Cormac @ 17:44
Computex Day 5 Coverage @ OCW
"We visited ABIT, ECS and Albatron booths and we bring you some of the best pictures. Do check out ECS´s EZ-Buddie, 748A2, K8 boards and the pen based Tablet PC based on the Transmeta chipset.
At the ABIT booth, there are also the MAX 3 series of boards and DigiDice pictures. Albatron displays their K8 boards and FX5900 series of cards."
Read more at OCWorkbench.
ABIT IC7 MAX3 (875P): New Overclocking Champion? @ EOC
"OTES for the MAX3 is designed to keep the power regulation mosfets and capacitors cool, which are some of the hottest components on a motherboard. Some people have performed tests showing that the cooler you can keep these parts, the better the power and overclocking experience. So is this board going to be the new overclocking king? Read on to find out."
Read more at EOC.
Flash your Hercules 9800 to a 9800 Pro! @ Madshrimps
"You need to have Samsung (2.8, 3.0 or 3.3ns) in order to flash
you´re video card correctly. Ask your vendor or look at the labels on
your video card. All Hercules 3D prophet 9800np cards seem to have
Samsung 3.3ns memory."
Read more at Madshrimps.
Computex 2003 Day 4 @ Ninjalane
"Ninjalane has posted their 4th and final edition of Computex coverage. The edition is rather short but does have a rather large gallery of Booth Babes. :)"
Read more at Ninjalane.
Computex 2003 Coverage – Day 4 and 5 @ TweakTown
"Computex 2003 in Taiwan has came to a close. Today we give you Day 4 and 5 coverage in one. We visted AMD, AeroCool, Zalman, Gainward, X-Micro, Gigabyte, Gigacube, Aopen and ABIT."
Read more at TweakTown.
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