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Tuesday Midday (1 Comments) (link)
 Tuesday, 24-January-2006  12:35:06 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Apparently some Australian plasma-screen-owning sports fans are annoyed at channel 7 and 9 about the effects of their static on-screen logos.

TGDaily have an interview with AMD about their current rate of growth and what Intel can and can't do about it.

ARP meanwhile cover an NVIDIA conference call about their future developments in 2007.

BFR report on what it's like to play Fatal1ty, the professional gamer.

TrustedReviews wonder if 2006 will be BTX's year. Certainly seems to be very little interest in moving from ATX at the moment, but Thermaltake have some BTX-compatible cases now.

Mudgie sends word that the multiplayer mod for GTA: San Andreas is available on Ausgamers.

NordicHW wonder if undervolting a laptop might be the key to heat and battery life issues.

Sudhian have a SFF Micro-ATX case shootout, comparing the Aspire X-Qpack, Silverstone SG01, and the revised SG01 Evolution.

More letters from Dan: LED grow lights, the world's cheapest smoke machine, portable amps, and some poor fool presses my Talk Button about mercury in fish.

Tweak3D have a guide to removing spyware, adware etc from your PC.

From Smegger: I don't know if this has been pointed out or posted yet but on May 25th, 2006, and I quote, "You sass that hoopy Douglas Adams? Now there's a frood who knew where his towel was. You are invited to join your fellow hitchhikers in mourning the loss of the late great one. Join in on towel day to show your appreciation for the humor and insight that Douglas Adams brought to all our lives. Carry your towel with you throughout the day to show your participation and mourning."



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