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Tuesday Evening (3 Comments) (link)
 Tuesday, 2-August-2005  21:00:29 (GMT +10) - by aftahours

There has been more sites covering the new release of AMD's new X2 3800+ 64bit processor. More to read on XbitLabs, and Tech Report, and Anandtech. Thanks Chris!

The guys over at bit-tech did some pretty cool Star Wars engravings to their cases, all done with a dremel.

Mozilla has announced that their Firefox browser has been downloaded over 75,000,000 times!

Tweaktown shares with us their System Builders Guide, covering all budgets.

PodgeSSS shares these sites showing us that they have setup RAID using USB floppy drives, and iPods...

After a bit of discussion, some members on our forum have organised an OCAU Iron Cook Off competition, similar lines along our Iron Photography events, except it's to do with food, not photos. Check out our Geek Food forum for all the information!

DVHardware have a very interesting read on Solid State Disks overtaking Hard Disk Drive storage in the near future.

Tankii sends in a timewaster that might keep you amused for a while, where you can target a website and destroy it...NetDisaster.

Some interesting forum threads I'd like to share aswell:
Your claim to fame in The Pub
Windows New OS - Vista in Windows Operating Systems
Times you wish you weren't a geek in The Pub
Australia vs. South Africa Rugby Union in Sport, Fitness and Health
DIY RAM Cooler, Pics inside in Overclocking and Hardware
Sony PSP Owners Club and Discussion in Other Toys
South park best episode ever in TV, Movies and Music
HSC Subject Choices in The Pub
Official World Of Warcraft Discussion (GOLD) in Games



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