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Friday News (2 Comments) (link)
 Friday, 12-December-2003  13:56:38 (GMT +10) - by Mred32

Xbit-Labs have put together a review of the The Fastest Graphics Cards of 2003. "This review will help you to choose between 9 premier graphics cards based on VPUs and GPUs from ATI and NVIDIA in 16 benchmarks representing performance in past, present and upcoming 3D games."

Having problems with WindowsXP and some AVI files? It's a common problem that causes Windows to lock up, or prevents you from viewing or deleting these AVI files. Rojakpot want to help you fix it for good.

Flickerdown tell us all about CPU Cache and how AMD and Intel use it.

Martin is setting up an Overclock Database. The more people that add input to it the better it will become. Check it out.

PCStats have an article all about PCI-Express and how its set to replace AGP8X.

Mpot says that after several months of beta testing Smoothwall Express 2.0 has been released. There's also a forum thread about it.

Also, RivaTuner, that handy tweaking utility for NVIDIA and ATI display adapters, has been updated to version 2.0 RC 14.2.

Dan has answered some more Letters, #79.

For those of you in the business of building cruise missiles, don't do it in New Zealand. They don't like it. Thanks David.

Chubba says that Bendigo LAN and Multiplayer (BLAM) is on this weekend (13/14th) in Bendigo, Victoria. Full details here. Tapek notes that GameServes are holding a 4th Birthday/Xmas LAN on the 20th December with room for 200 people.

Ace Rimmer wants to remind all the Brisbane OCAU peeps about the OCAU Brisbane day at the beach on the 14th December. Got bathers!

Sphinx sent in this timewaster link. Its a funny little snow-globe. Watch it for a while then give it a shake.

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