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Friday Evening (5 Comments) (link)
 Friday, 10-December-2004  20:23:01 (GMT +10) - by aftahours

More news! :)

Anandtech looked at 11 GeForce 6600GT cards in their latest roundup.

Someone else has managed to get 1 TB of storage in their SFFsee. Thanks Darth!

Intel has made an unusual move, bundling nVidia PCIE graphics cards with their motherboards to boost sales through to the rest of the year.

Bit-Tech have a interesting read on High Definition Audio.

Burn victims may be helped thanks to use of your old Inkjet Printers...weird.

I think I have mentioned this before, but still this article on Cnet has more information about nVidia making the PlayStation 3 chip.

TCMagazine has been playing with drivers again, this time it is a comparison between Forceware 66.93 and 70.90.

Arstechnia has more information about IBM wanting to take a bite out of Apple. ;)

Another System Buyer's Guide, this time over on MikhailTech.

Jastormont found some interesting news about Formula 1 team - Sauber that has created a new supercomputer.

Boky spotted this cool lego projects page.

If you are stuck at home tonight like me, because you only have $0.62 in your account, then perhaps you might want to have a browse through some of these!

Interesting Forum Threads:
HSV into the 4 second 0-100 barrier in Motoring
SLI Reviews, Availability & Discussion in Video Cards
Sunny Coast Warning in The Pub
CarPC Basics in Modding & Electronics
Dimebag Darrel, Dead.... in TV, Movies and Music
Australia V New Zealand ODI in Sport, Fitness and Health
Smoothwall vs IPCop in Other Operating Systems
Dire outlook for Doom movie in TV, Movies and Music



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