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Saturday Morning (6 Comments) (link)
 Saturday, 28-February-2004  01:36:15 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Hypothermia are raffling a 3GHz P4 PC, to benefit Brian from ProCooling. During the delivery of Brian's brand new baby girl, his wife suffered a stroke and the outlook isn't good. Brian now has 4 children to take care of while his wife is laying in the stroke ward at the hospital.

HardWareZone have a review of Nikon's D70 digital SLR camera. They reviewed Canon's EOS 300D a couple of days ago.

UntouchableMods ducted some cold outside air into their case. As some of you may know, I recently became a serious overclocker. Hehe. Might want to think about condensation with that setup, too. IntelForums saved themselves some time and just moved the whole PC outside, into a nice -6C Minnesota winter day.

At the other end of the spectrum, the linuxathome gang have a melted P4 system on display.

OCNZ compared ABIT's AI7 and ASUS's P4P800 Deluxe, two i865PE motherboards.

Dan has more letters, covering dangerous subs, Nixie clocks, wire hunting, eMac USB, photo storage, DVD audio, munged monitors, speaker/headphone swapping, and a dirty game.

Bjorn3D have an editorial titled 64-Bit for all!, explaining how they think it's a great thing for consumers.

LostCircuits cover Command Queueing in their latest hard drive technology article.

Chris noticed this article about diamond conductors possibly becoming economically feasible.

Xbit have a hardware news overview for February, as well as a look at Shuttle's ST61G4, a mini-PC based on ATI's Radeon 9100 IGP chipset.

OCClub have an article about dual-booting WinXP and Fedora Linux.



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