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Thursday Night (4 Comments) (link)
 Thursday, 8-September-2005  21:10:52 (GMT +10) - by Agg

It's been a busy day over at AusGamers Files, with demos of Age of Empires 3 and Vietcong 2 Multiplayer available. They also have a trailer for Battlefield 2: Special Forces and a TotalBF2 Map Pack, which includes Wake Island, which we all loved back in the Battlefield 1942 demo days.

Lots of people sent word about the new toys from Apple, namely the iPod Nano and the iPod Phone AKA Motorola ROKR.

IHT have some comments about Nikon's WiFi-enabled camera.. and why it's a bit disappointing.

Some results from the recent Deep Impact probe have been published. NASA's Deep Impact mission to comet Tempel 1 has supported the notion that comets seeded the barren infant planet of Earth with the chemical precursors of life.

Xbit compared four large CPU coolers from Titan, Thermaltake and Zalman.

We haven't heard anything about this for a while, but ABIT's financial dramas are continuing. Second-tier motherboard maker Abit Computer said at a press conference yesterday that the company may miss an extended deadline to turn in its six-month financial report, possibly submitting the report by September 30 at the earliest. Hopefully they can get back on track ASAP, they're definitely one of the most popular brands for enthusiasts.

LegitReviews have some enthusiast memory info from IDF, while TweakTown consider the benefits of upgrading notebook memory.

Speaking of memory, here's some reviews: OCZ DDR4000 2GB, Crucial Ballistix Tracer PC4000, Crucial Ballistix PC2-8000 and OCZ EL DDR PC-3500 Gamer eXtreme.

B00zer sent word of an "Iron Designer" contest in our Graphics and Programming forum. Iron Designer September Entry thread here. Iron Designer September Discussion Thread here. The theme is "New Orleans Crisis", so if you've got some graphics design skills, why not have a go?



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