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Tuesday Morning (14 Comments) (link)
 Tuesday, 24-February-2004  03:05:31 (GMT +10) - by Agg

MWP sent word that the PCDB has received its 6000th entry. No pics in that one, but if you want some, check out the top-ranked gallery entries as voted by PCDB viewers.

Sniper noticed some DDR-II pricing from Buffalo on Xbit. Unsurprisingly, it's scarily expensive for the moment.

From Bangers: Just thought that while everybody is waiting for the evidence in camera web site to bring its searchable catalog online, your readers might be interested in the link to this page, which has many realtime photographs of u-boats being captured and or sunk. In addition to this it has many other historical documents including interrogation of the captured u-boat sub-mariners, action reports from the pilots and ships involoved and press releases. Some of the action photographs are quite amazing.

3DXtreme have three P4 coolers from Spire, Evercool and Titan compared. NordicHardware looked at four P4 barebones systems.

An American judge has ruled that DVD copying is illegal, thanks yyk.

From WinK: Extreme Tech has some news about the upcoming Logitech MX510 mouse. There’s also more information on the Logitech website here. There's also a thread about it here in our forums.

TheModFathers had a day with nVidia UK.

Poida spotted this gore-enhanced version of the ever-popular Pingu game.

From Ambush: MBM 5.3.6.0 has been released. Still no word from Abit about uGuru support, save that Abit USA is keen but Abit Taiwan (Head office) keeps on refusing to supply Alex van Kaam with the required documentation. ABIT Forums thread here, MBM Forums thread here.

A1-Electronics have an article about lapping heatsinks. The technique described in this article would work too.



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