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Sunday Evening (8 Comments) (link)
 Sunday, 27-February-2005  19:32:09 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Enough reviews for you this weekend? :) Thanks to aftahours for keeping us up to date.

There's a security update for Mozilla Firefox, version 1.0.1. You can get it at Mozilla.org or here from AusGamers.

Bjorn3D experimented with nForce4 SLI in a "real world" system.

LinuxHardware compared Intel and AMD's latest in a 64-bit desktop battle.

AMD have achieved more market share, but Dell still don't like them.

The latest on Hexus: We've been busy chilling an Athlon FX-55 to see how much it will overclock by, followed by a look at the Athlon FX's performance as the CPU frequency is scaled up and dHTT is run at 250Mhz.

HWZ are the latest site to examine the latest CPUs from Intel, the Pentium 4 660 and 3.73GHz EE.

Bern spotted an interesting article (with some interesting comments) about a Linux kernel patch that uses genetic algorithms to optimise certain kernel parameters.

Seagate and Hitachi both have 6GB 1-inch hard drives now. Apple use Hitachi's drives in the iPod Mini range, so now they have a 6GB version and dropped the prices too.

Will sent in these amazing pavement drawing pics:

   

   

Remember, send your news, pics and interesting forum threads to news@overclockers.com.au!

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