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 Sunday, 22-August-2004  19:36:52 (GMT +10) - by Firemoth

Adrian's Rojak Pot has posted The Complete BIOS Optimization Guide Rev. 8.0 with 25 new or updated BIOS options. The BIOS Optimization Guide Rev. 8.0 now covers 250 BIOS options.

Dan has new letters up on his site, in this issue he takes a look at mirrored displays, overclocking, free wireless internet access and more.

Short-Media have an article titled A 64-bit app in the real world up on their website.

Apple have apparently started a worldwide recall on 15-Inch PowerBook G4 Batteries which were sold between January 2004 through August 2004. Visit this webpage for more information. Thanks JeffK.

BBC News has news that a US Court has ruled that makers of P2P software are not responsible for what users do with their network.

Sudhian Media have an article on their website titled Doom 3 vs. Half Life 2: Regardless of Which is Better, We All Lose. They take a look at how Hardware and Software manufacturers are working together to optimize for certain hardware.

PCStats have a review of Doom 3 up on their website.

PC Perspective have a review of CS: Source or what also could be called, a preview of Half-Life 2.

Savage Gaming Lan is coming up on the 19th/20th of September at the Cleveland Community Hall. The cost is $30 with an age limit over 15+. More information can be found here.

Extreme Overclocking have an article on Slipstreaming your Windows XP CD with the latest Service Pack.

Iceteks have a guide to testing the wattage consumption of your computer equipment.

Designtechnica have an article on DVRs, PVRs and HTPCs.

The Tech Zone have a guide to cleaning up your hard drive.

Virtual Zone have done some benchmarking of the Half-Life 2 Source Engine Stress Test.

The New Zealand Herald has news that Ford is getting rid of their purchasing and payments software called "eVEREST".

CoolTechZone have an article that explains PCI Express.

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