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Saturday Evening (7 Comments) (link)
 Saturday, 7-June-2003  18:02:59 (GMT +10) - by Agg

AMDMB have tested a four-way Opteron system, those lucky so-and-so's.

LegionHardware have rounded up eleven KT400A motherboards and pit them against each other in a brutal frenzy of benchmarks.

Virtual-Hideout have a guide on one of the newest LCDs on the market, the Matrix Orbital MX2 (USB) display. We will show you how to get up and running using the included LCDC display driver software, and how to get the most out of your LCD.

If you play Planetside, are annoyed that there's no Australian server and think that online petitions achieve anything, then go to this one and put your name down.. thanks FreeRangeEggs.

The ArsMasters have updated their system guides, recommending components at several levels of PC performance.

This fellow in NZ thinks low-cost cruise missiles are a major worry. To prove how easy they are to make he's building one in his shed, thanks daDude.

Nick spotted what has to be the weirdest Ebay auction yet.

HotHardware have been playing with Doom3 and NVIDIA's UltraShadow technology. You may have seen some of the recent Doom3 benchmarks posted and wondered how the GeForce FX 5900 Ultra and even the GeForce FX 5800 Ultra, were able to pull so far ahead of the likes of the Radeon 9800 Pro. So did we... and we asked NVIDIA.

Sniper found some Windows Smartphones.. hopefully no mid-conversation BSOD's.

There's a new bugbear variant doing the rounds in Oz apparently, thanks Crusterminator. A few people complained that some large IT companies seemed to be spewing out infected emails for a while yesterday. Update your virus protection!

XbitLabs spent a little time overclocking a P4 2.4C CPU.

GruntVille put a window in a mouse.

Imagine an internet connection so fast it will let you download a whole movie in just five seconds, or access TV-quality video servers in real time. Mmm, 8.6 gigabits per second.. thanks bigiain. He also spotted this quantum crypto article.

There's yet another Internet Explorer security update, thanks Bern. Techspot have a load of updates for various operating systems and utilities.

There's a LAN in Bendigo on June 21-22, but all the cool kids will be at the OCAU Weekend, of course.



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