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Saturday Afternoon (0 Comments) (link)
 Saturday, 29-September-2001  13:17:48 (GMT +10) - by Agg

This is me doing news after a night of no sleep at a LAN party.. so apologies in advance for any weirdness. :)

Wolfy is looking into organising an OCAU Paintball/Skirmish Day. If you're keen, register your interest in that thread. It'll be near Sydney somewhere.

Dan checked out the 800MHz VIA C3 processor. He notes it's not the fastest chip around but that it runs cool so is a good thing to use in a silent PC. I use an earlier 667MHz C3 in my DVD-TVout box in the living room.. nice quiet cooler on it and plenty fast for that.

Wokket notes that an all-new litestep.net is back online, good news for fans of that alternate shell.

Procooling have an article about converting an AT case to ATX.

You can pretty much kiss your weekend goodbye if you click on this GameBoy emulator link.. thanks Scott.

There's been some talk in irc lately about plummeting PS2 prices and Greg offers an explanation.

AcidHardware have a 3-way GeForce3 Roundup posted.

Andrew pointed out a good site debunking WTC myths including a couple of photos doing the rounds at the moment.

Tech-Report have an article posted, where they claim Microsoft are not being entirely scrupulous with their push to get customers to upgrade.

There's an article here explaining how HLTV (Half-Life TV) works and how it can be of use.. thanks Andrew.

RojakPot have updated their BIOS Optimization Guide.

Reviews:
Thermaltake Volcano coolers on OCdCafe.
Maxtor HDD's on NewsForge.
Thermalright SK6 socket cooler on Icrontic.
Lexmark Z43 printer on NeoSeeker.
Abit TH7II-RAID P4 motherboard on VR-Zone.
SOYO SY-K7V Dragon SocketA DDR motherboard on Hardware-Test.



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