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Thursday Afternoon (0 Comments) (link)
 Thursday, 23-December-2004  17:45:01 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Beyond3D report on Mobility Radeon X800 for mobile graphics. I'm amazed that technology has arrived in portable form already. For a slightly less bleeding-edge solution, ARP cover the Mobility Radeon 9700 chipset.

There's an interesting read on dual-core technology over on GlobeTech.

ExtremeTech have an interview with David Kirk, NVIDIA's Chief Scientist.

TomsHardware published Part 1 of a huge CPU Charts article covering 111 processors and 3330 benchmarks, from 1995 to today. They also looked at two laptop stands recently.

Timbot sent in this strange mini AGP card on AkibaPC.

XYZ cover daisy-chaining UPS's.

Murray spotted this bizarre story about prison-pirated PlayStations. A FIVE-YEAR piracy investigation by Sony has discovered that its popular PlayStation game consoles were assembled in a Chinese prison, a news report has said.

Ben was one of a zillion people pointing out that Suprnova and some other sites providing BitTorrent links have shut down after attracting the attention of movie studios.

Yet more letters to Dan: More upgrade quandaries, driving speakers on the cheap, silly words for big numbers, two scams, and audiophile knobs.

Xbit have some more info about the financial concerns some people have about ABIT. ABIT refuted the accusations recently made against the company. ABIT stands by its financial reports and will continue to offer all assistance to the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) in order that they are able to better understand the financial transactions of ABIT in 2004.



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