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Tuesday Evening (4 Comments) (link)
 Tuesday, 31-May-2005  18:55:20 (GMT +10) - by Agg

The SETI project has received a boost, with plans for a new telescope array in northern California, dedicated to their search for extra-terrestrial intelligence. The Allen Telescope Array will be made up of 350 small silver aluminum dishes that are to be spread out over 90 acres. Yes, Allen as in Paul.

HWZone have published the results and conclusions of their 8-way nForce Ultra motherboard shootout. Xbit meanwhile have released part two of their NetBurst architecture article.

AGS spotted this quad SLI motherboard from Gigabyte on THG. The board, currently named "GA-8N-SLI Quad", shows four PCI Express slots that can be occupied by SLI-compatible graphics cards.

HWAnalysis ponder the dual-core market while OCW have a guide to choosing which dual-core path to take. From a quick glance around the forums, the general concensus seems to be "AMD faster, Intel cheaper". But when you factor in the motherboard costs etc, it's still a bit muddy.

OCW also have some info on the remote management technology introduced with Intel's 945 and 955X chipsets.

Murray noticed that Toshiba now have a slimline DVD burner with support for HP's LightScribe label-etching technology.

The CIA have been simulating internet attacks, thanks te_kin. More info here.

Hexus look at the benefits of PCI Express from a video editing perspective. XYZ meanwhile explain what the BTX platform is all about.

SilentPCReview give us a detailed visual tour of Antec's new P180 case, which was apparently designed with their assistance, with silence in mind.

From Hammer: IP infringement is now a fundraiser for terrorists.. so the Americans would have us believe. Ars Technica takes a look at a cynical piece of manipulation.

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