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 Monday, 31-January-2005  21:51:55 (GMT +10) - by aftahours

Just recently, ABIT has partnered with the world's number one professional gamer, Johnathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel, to deliver a board optimized to the needs of the gamers. Combining the latest in motherboard technology with Fatal1tyís gaming experience and knowledge, ABIT gives us an Intel LGA775 platform that is designed to meet the needs of both gamer and extreme user. Today, OCTools will find out if ABIT still hasnít lost its magic touch. Check the ABIT Fatal1ty AA8XE i925XE Motherboard here.

Chris from Yen Industries sent in information for us: Yen Industries helps support Catwalk for a Cause (Tsunami Disaster Charity Evening). Some of Australia 's best talented Fashion Designers showcase their collections to raise some of the much needed financial assistance for the region. Maybe some of the photographers in the OCAU forum might be interested. All the information on it is located in this thread in our Photography Forum.

Legion Hardware has compared the budget Sempron processor up against its big brother, the Athlon 64.

Haven't seen many modding guides around lately, but CaseModGod has a Lighted Wiring Tubes Modding Guide posted up on their site.

Rojak Pot has coverage on the Intel Sonoma Platorm Launch on January 19th, where Intel released the Sonoma Mobile Platform.

Freefrag sent in news about a Product Recall being made for a number of HP L2035 LCD Monitors, the fault being a ground clip incorrectly installed within the inside back plastics panel of the monitor, posing a potential for an electric shock hazard. More info here.

Rojak Pot has a guide showing you how to overclock Centrino motherboards.

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