Wednesday, October 15, 2003
Daily mailbox: Madshrimps, TrustedReviews, TweakTown, HardwareZone, Tweaknews, I4U — Cormac @ 18:39
ATI Radeon 9800 Pro Volt modification guide @ Madshrimps
"Today we take the ATI Radeon 9800pro graphic’s card under our wing and we give it a few tweaks and modifications to push it far beyond any graphic’s card currently on the market to take your PC gaming over the edge... "
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TrustedReviews Gainward FX PowerPack! Ultra/1100 TV/DVI
"By now everyone is waiting for the next generation of nVidia products, but there is still life in the current range as Gainward demonstrates here. The Gainward FX PowerPack! Ultra/1100 TV/DVI is the absurdly long name for Gainward’s attempt to make a “budget” GeForce FX5900 card. However, I’m not entirely convinced there is such a thing as a budget FX5900 card."
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What’s up with 802.11G? @ TweakTown
"In our first ever weekly column, Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot talks about the new and exciting unofficial 802.11G wireless standard and if it is all it is cracked up to be."
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HWZ review: MSI FX5600U-VTD128 (FX 5600 Ultra)
"If you have set your sights on an FX 5600 Ultra graphics card and wouldn’t mind having some appropriate software and games thrown in, be sure to check out MSI’s huge offering of 20 utilities and 10 games accompanying the card – the biggest bundle ever in for any graphics cards. Of course it comes at a premium but the net worth of the bundle is far more than that."
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XPCases.com Black X-Dreamer Computer Case Review @ Tweaknews.net
"As you can very well make out, I am impressed with this case. It´s packed with useful practical and aesthetic features and is has a great price tag. Costing a mere US$54.88 and even having an included power supply to boot launches this case up to my top choice and I have actually claimed this case to be the next candidate for my own computer system."
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I4U News: New VT100 Media Center 2004 Edition AV Style PC
"Japanese Visual Technology announced AV Component style Microsoft Media Center PC. The VT100 packs a Media Center PC inside a aluminium casing that fits to your other Home Theatre Components. The system features high quality sound input (192KHz/24Bit) and output. The VT100 has a Pentium 4 CPU at 2.6Ghz, 1GB RAM, 250GB HD,DVD-RW Drive and running XP Media Center Edition 2004. Dimensions: 433(W) x 158(H) x 446(D)mm. The VT100 will start selling October 15th for 798,000 yen."
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