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 Wednesday, 5-July-2000  23:26:11 (GMT +10) - by Agg

DrDobb's has a biiig article on Microsoft's X-Box - they quite like the idea.. thanks Sniper.

Stop the presses! Check out these sneak preview Quake IV screenshots .. damn, that looks realistic..

Yet another review of the pc air-scoop, the 2CoolPC, here.. I think those guys gave away more review units than sales. :) Actually, I reviewed one here a few months ago, they work quite a bit better than you might think..

A DDR Geforce card, the Hercules Prophet is reviewed on GlideUnderground.com.

Clonex sends word that if you go here you can maybe win stuff.. 1GHz of stuff!

Stephen Den Beste is a spoilsport, re the new VIA 4-in-1 drivers:
The only difference between 4.22 and 4.23 is that they rolled the AGP403
driver into 4.23, and AGP403 was already available for separate download.
The version numbers of the other components are identical between the two.

Ahh well. Thanks Stephen!

Interesting what I'd upgrade for USD$100 article on HardCoreWare..

iXBT have reviewed an Acer LCD screen..

Mike pointed out that TheRegister have done an abrupt about-face on their story yesterday about how cool Intel's flash utility is, lets you flash under Windows.. turns out it hosed their sound. Bummer.

Next time you get caught buying pantyhose at the supermarket, you'll have an excuse.. I dunno how you're going to explain those Dolly magazines, tho..

HotHardware are unlocking and overclocking their Thunderbirds.. and you can, too.

Apparently there's a bit of a problem surfacing with some 1GHz Thunderbird systems. Tech-Report have some musings on what may be at fault..

Peter sent along an interesting link, a free firewall proggy that fits on a bootable diskette and is configured from remote, so you don't need a kb/mouse/screen on the PC..

3DAlpha have reviewed the Kenwood True-X 72X CD-ROM drive..

An entire PC on a chip? Bizarre.



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