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Tuesday Afternoon (7 Comments) (link)
 Tuesday, 14-February-2006  15:18:38 (GMT +10) - by Agg

John spotted that SpeedFan has been updated. SpeedFan is a freeware program that monitors voltages, fan speeds and temperatures in computers with hardware monitor chips. SpeedFan can even access S.M.A.R.T. info for those hard disks that support this feature and show hard disk temperatures too, if supported.

HardCoreWare have an interview with someone from NZXT about case design etc.

TweakGuides have updated their America's Army Tweak Guide to include info about the Version 2.6 release from a few days ago. You can get the full 2.6 version here from AusGamers Files, or the 2.5 to 2.6 upgrade here. I've never actually played America's Army, is it any good? I'm quite fond of BF1942/BF2..

From Wes: Found an interesting read on the state of linux graphics. This recent news article announcement sort of complements it (the links are interesting).

Intel gave the world a sneak-peek of four-core computing in the form of "Clovertown" recently. Most of us are still figuring out what to do with our dual-core chips.

From Rhimes: Not sure if this has made the news page before - it's a video of an awesome multi-input screen. I want one! Woah, that's pretty cool.

TekBunker have a 7800GTX voltmod article.. part 2 here. For 24/7 use my clocks are set to 535/1415MHz.

XbitLabs have part 7 (!) of their 17" LCD Monitor Features article. We will look at 12 monitors from BenQ, LG, Philips, Samsung, Sony and Viewsonic.

Bit-Tech checked out a few Radeon X1900 cards. We've got Radeon X1900XTX 512MB video cards from Club 3D, Connect3D and Sapphire, along with the Radeon X1900XT 512MB from PowerColor and ATI's All-In-Wonder X1900.

Timbot spotted this cool How Products Are Made page. It's a bit like HowStuffWorks (but less ads :) ).

PodgeSSS found 10 weird USB devices. The winner unsurprisingly is an (ahem) "adult toy".

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