Tuesday, 29-October-2002 13:59:12 (GMT +10) - by Agg
The server is very busy today, excuse any sluggishness.
Finders keepers! Unless it's a huge inflatable tank that got away from the British Army. If I found it, I'd be demanding a drive of a real tank in exchange for returning it.. but maybe I've just been playing too much BF1942.
Apparently, Australians are using the net less at home.
Temujin Morgan noticed these screenshots, supposedly of Windows Longhorn, or NT6. Hang on, NT4.. Win2K.. XP.. (counts on fingers) .. should be NT7?
Microsoft is annoying customers again.
Dan waxes lyrical about video memory and why there's so much of it on modern cards.
thetron noticed that the serious flightsim setup has been updated.
SystemCooling converted a AMS Midtower Case to watercooling in their latest project.
Apparently the Al-Qaeda are using hacked websites for covert communications.
OCClub have a case gallery.. not a patch on our PC Database I'm afraid, but some nice entries. :)
Sabz sent in this funny silica gel expose.. exploring the DO NOT EAT myth.
3DAvenue wonder if the PC isn't up to scratch for gaming, compared to consoles.
TheTechZone gaze into their crystal ball and ponder future Intel technology.
Beyond3D have a technical comparison of NV30 and R300, high-end 3D graphics chips from nVIDIA and ATI.
Jason reckons you should check out UltimateZip, a freeware WinZip alternative.
VR-Zone have an EPoX factory tour posted.
Here's a funny/naughty advertisement, thanks Alistair.
TheRegister have info on roll-up displays, thanks Isengard.
SilentPCReview experiment with fan voltage on a variety of heatsinks to see how much a drop in noise affects cooling performance.
TheModFathers have a roundup of rounded cables.
MutantCowOfDoom (okey dokey) sent in this article about a technology that could allow people to touch and feel each other over the Internet. Grrrreat. Also, Reuters is accused of going too far (hacking into corporate systems) to get a scoop.
ModTown want to tell you how to paint a case fan.
Sudhian went to a Shuttle XPC Revolution launch party for small-form-factor PC's.
Xbit compared nForce2 and KT400, motherboard chipsets for SocketA CPUs and DDR memory.
Digit-Life have a 1Gbit NIC roundup.
LANAddict found some more NV30 teaser stuff on nVIDIA's site.
ROd spotted this serious timewaster, tailgunner.
ABIT IT7-Max KT333-based socketA DDR motherboard on OCOnline.
Connect3D Radeon9700 Pro video card on Hardware-TestDK.
Sandisk CF Card on PCArena.
3R System NEON case on Hardware-TestDK.
Thermaltake Volcano 9 cooler on Viperlair.
Actiontec 54Mbps WAP and PC Card on G3D.
LED Beamers lighting goodies on Bit-Tech.
ATI Radeon 9700 Pro video card on Bjorn3D.
Corsair XMS PC3500 DDR SDRAM on OCIA.
Wahoo Customisable Schema PC Case on G3D.
Midiland PowerStixx 2.1 speakers on MonkeyReview.
ABIT Siluro GF4 Ti4200 OTES funky-cooled video card on Tech-Report.
Koolance EXOS watercooling kit on ClubOC.
MSI KT4 Ultra KT400-based socketA DDR motherboard on HotHardware.
Hercules Gamesurround Fortissimo III 7.1 sound card on HWZ.
Gigabyte GA-7VAXP KT400-based socketA DDR motherboard on HWZ.
Leadtek Winfast TV2000 XP TV tuner card on EliteGuild.
Kuthec KTI2000 P4 heatsink on FrostyTech.
Kingston 6-in-1 Media Reader on EnvyNews.
Belkin 32MB USB Flash Drive on EnvyNews.
Iwill P4GS i845G P4 DDR motherboard on PCStats.
Corsair XMS 3500C2 DDR SDRAM on TheNakedReview.
Sennheiser HD-497 headphones on Review-Shack.
Intel Celeron 2GHz CPU on Hexus.
Sky Hawk Jupiter Case on TweakTown.
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