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Wednesday Midday (14 Comments) (link)
 Wednesday, 22-December-2004  11:46:40 (GMT +10) - by aftahours

PCStats has a guide on how to create an unattended Windows 2000/XP Installation CD.

Hexus has had a chance to play with some of Scan International's new SLI systems.

A worm which attacks web servers running the popular phpBB discussion forum software to deface vulnerable systems spread widely across the net today. More info over on The Register.

News on IANAG about Microsoft buying GIANT, which was a fairly good company that made software such as Popup Inspector, Spam Inspector, along with other antispyware products. More info about this over on Australian IT, thanks Murray.

Bjorn3D had a look at the new Seagate drives with NCQ, and whether or not there is a performance difference.

There's more information on the dual cored 6600GT over on OCWorkBench.

TheWedgie sent in news about Toshiba's new 1.8" HDDs that use Perpendicular Recording.

Hardware Analysis has an even closer look at nVidia's 'TurboCache' technology that has been used on the new 6200 cards.

In this week's Opensource Spotlight on PCMechanic, they look at Frozen Bubble, which is a game based on a simple concept of matching coloured bubbles, but the more you play, the less 'simple' the game gets.

Rojak Pot has a comprehensive Mobile GPU Comparison Guide posted, covering over 35 mobile GPUs!

And my favourite topic, PimpRig has a review guide posted up that focuses on various caffeinated products.



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