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Late Thursday Night (0 Comments) (link)
 Friday, 13-April-2001  00:51:56 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Oooh, I'm gonna ache tomorrow. Very windy day out on the track today, spent much of the time fighting crosswinds etc. Still, fun was had. Once again I thought the X-Files was pretty lame today. Interesting story but Dogget and Scully make me want to hit things.

Oh, the shame! Entry #1300 in the PCDB was a Mac!!

About every couple of months or so, we see an article about some new whizzo technology that can make computers a gazillion times faster than anything we've seen before, and then we hear nothing more about it. Usually they contain references to (a) chipmakers hitting a "wall" soon in terms of die size and (b) Moore's law. Well, here's another one. Hurrah. Maybe I've been doing this too long. :)

VIAHW have info about a bios fix greatly improving the until now woeful performance of KT266-based motherboards.

Silly/funny thing on Techmocracy about PCChimps motherboards being recalled..

Reviews:
Star Tech USB Hub on VoidYourWarranty. Not Star Trek unfortunately.
DangerDen Copper Waterblock on InsaneHW. Our review here.
ThermoSonic ThermoEngine socket cooler on FrostyTech.
Copper Orb socket cooler on OCCafe.
ASUS A7VI-VM KM133-based SocketA motherboard on VIAHW.
Abit TH7-RAID i850-based Pentium4 motherboard on TweakTown.
Swiftech M462-A socket cooler on ChillBlast.
SC-080 and SC-180 slot coolers on Mikhailtech.
Klipsch Pro Media 2.1 speakers on GameSurge.
Samsung QwikLaser 7050 laser printer on NeoSeeker.



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