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Monday Afternoon (9 Comments) (link)
 Monday, 15-August-2005  13:36:16 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Once again HDAudioVisual have some goodies to give away in the forums - you can win one of three Arctic Cooling Freezer CPU coolers. See this thread for details!

Intel will apparently reveal the next generation of its multicore CPUs at the upcoming developer forum. As already expected, the general move will be away from NetBurst (P4, Xeon) and towards the Pentium-M architecture.

VR-Zone have a hefty DDR2 roundup, with products from Toki, Crucial, Kingston and Corsair.

Raven sent in this TV ad which will amuse fellow motorcyclists.

Here's a page exploring the wonders of Star Wars Episode 3, via the magic of dodgy subtitles.

MIT has developed a Jerk-O-Meter to let you know when you might be annoying on the phone.

If you use pretty much any version of Windows since Win98, you should probably install this patch to avoid being caught up in another Sasser-like worm storm.

Digit-Life have a detailed look at NUMA.. no, not the pudgy guy singing in headphones, but an alternate memory addressing system available on multi-CPU Opteron systems.

Xbit report on nForce SLI 16x being available soon, with more PCI Express lanes than previously.

Anandtech looked at the Catalyst 5.7 drivers for ATI cards. They also looked at the effect of faster memory on the new AMD Athlon64 X2 chips, thanks to new dividers.

Wanting to stuff your face? A recent Wiki page lists all-you-can-eat buffets around Australia. Or maybe you'd prefer to do the cooking at home instead.



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