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Sunday Night (3 Comments) (link)
 Sunday, 11-September-2005  22:57:57 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Amazing to think that it's four years ago tonight that the World Trade Centre attacks were unfolding..

OCNZ updated their 7800GTX roundup with more cards from Albatron, MSI and PixelView. Meanwhile, HWSecrets compared USB flash drives.

TechReport have posted their thoughts on Intel's response to AMD's allegations of anti-competitive behaviour. Several of the positions Intel takes (and the reasons for its denial), are more interesting, and may be an early indication of legal strategies the chip giant intends to pursue.

From johnbarry: Zalman seems to have officially released their CNPS9500 LED cpu cooler. Website here, Reviews at Red & Blackness and X-bit labs. There's a thread about it here, too.

HWSecrets have an article explaining the basics of motherboard chipsets. After all, what is a chipset? What are its functions? What is its importance? What is its influence in the computer performance?

LegitReviews cover building a Sonoma notebook. An average computer enthusiast can assemble a whitebox notebook chassis in less than 15 minutes and can cut the cost of ordering a pre-built notebook in half by doing so.

From Jarod: Just wanted to let you know that the Dystopia Demo that's been mentioned in the forums has been released as of yesterday. Its made by a mostly Australian based mod team and looks very promising indeed. 83 meg download from a variety of mirrors (including AusGamers) and there's a whole bunch of GA and Internode Australian servers up and running. Oh yeah, and the Dystopia site is here. It's a Half-Life 2 mod, so you'll need the original HL2 game to play it.



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