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 Tuesday, 10-July-2001  23:14:57 (GMT +10) - by Manaz

This news post is from Manaz, even though it's appearing under my (Manaz's) name. It's a long story...
Yes, it's been a while, and I may have gone slightly mad in the meantime - but I think I can get straight back into it - just like riding a bike, you never forget...

Digit-life have had a look at the efficiency of the Intel ATA drivers - these are as opposed to using the ones built into your operating system when using a motherboard based on an Intel chipset.

Do you know what 802.11b is? OK, I'll ask another question. Are you interested in wireless LAN technology? If so, knowing what 802.11b is would probably go a fair way towards satisfying your curiosity, and FutureLooks have an article all about it for you.

Do you know what USB 2.0 is? Probably - but I bet you don't know everything about it you'd like to know. EverythingUSB have updated their USB 2.0 FAQ.

Would you like to win a 900MHz Duron? 3DSpotlight are giving some away, you have to subscribe to their newsletter to enter. More details here.

RivaTuner has been updated - the latest version is v2.0, RC5.1, and you can get it here, on the Guru of 3D website.

Firestone pointed out that Akiba PC Hotline! (sporting a new look?) have spotted 1.4GHz and 1.5GHz retail boxed Xeon processors for sale in Japan - for around 42,000yen and 49,000yen respectively.

On a humourous note, do you remember Snuffleupagus from Sesame Street? Don't blame me for the link, blame Wokket. :)


DragonORB3 on 2FastCPU.
Rounded IDE & Floppy cables on TacoNuts. Our guide to doing your own is here.
HandEra 330 (PDA running Palm-OS) on The Tech Report.
Hercules 4000XT video card on MGON.
ATi TV Wonder VE video card on SystemLogic.
Samsung Yepp (personal MP3 player) on IANAG.
AOpen KB-Media Keyboard on neoseeker.

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