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 Friday, 18-June-2004  17:05:32 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Lots of video-card stuff: OCNZ updated their midrange video card roundup with the Albatron FX5700Ultra GDDR3 128MB. Xbit reckon that modding the GeForce FX5900XT is the way to go, taking the fight to a well-overclocked ATI R9800XT. TweakTown compared the Radeon X800 and GeForce 6800 Ultra cards at the top of the performance bracket, as well as rounding up three X800's for comparison. LostCircuits modded an X800 Pro to XT form. ARP show how to mod a Radeon to a FireGL card.

If you're wondering what all the fuss is about Gmail, Short-Media have a review of the new email service.

DesignTechnica tell you how to protect your wireless network.

SpodesAbode have a watercooling guide they are calling "Ultimate".

PCStats show you how to get ready for BTX, the proposed successor to the ATX PC standard.

Dan has more letters.

There's another shiny Shuttle case mod on GideonTech, while a complex perspex case called The Heart features on PCUnleash.

WinXP SP2 RC2 is now available, thanks to everyone who sent word. Testing only, not for production environments.

PCReview cover hard drive recovery in their latest article.

HWA wonder if Intel are doing the right thing with Socket-775 - certainly a lot of chatter about that new platform at the moment.

Sudhian meanwhile wonder what happened to the Mid-Range market.

Rmack noticed that Ozemail is for sale. A$50 million price tag for the nation's fifth-largest Internet service provider is a tenth of the A$520 million U.S.-based MCI paid for the business in 1998.

Toshiba and Samsung are looking to the future of chip fabrication, thanks Murray.

Sudhian feel that Apple's desktop PC business is dead, in favour of the high-powered workstation market.

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