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Monday Morning (6 Comments) (link)
 Monday, 14-August-2006  11:15:09 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Today's shaping up to be a big news catchup day, so stay tuned!

DriverHeaven have a DDR2 memory roundup. Seven of the greatest RAM manufacturers provided us with a set of their preferred PC2-6400 modules for the group analysis today.

VR-Zone have a sneak peek at the upcoming ATI Radeon X1950XTX. All these are pointing towards a less power consuming card. There's some benchmarks on DailyTech too.

Timbot sent in a list of the Top10 WinXP Tips of all time. Here you'll find the tips that give you the most bang for your buck; that are most useful in terms of security, functionality, and PC performance; and that are just plain cool.

Apparently not even being dead will save you from an RIAA lawsuit. In Michigan, in Warner Bros. v. Scantlebury, after learning that the defendant had passed away, the RIAA made a motion to stay the case for 60 days in order to allow the family time to "grieve", after which time they want to start taking depositions of the late Mr. Scantlebury's children.

DailyTech report that a hard drive price war is looming. Considering you can buy a 400GB HDD for under $200 AUD already..

TomsHardware have more info on the now-official Quad SLI from NVIDIA. What we want to address in this article are the responses and explanations for performance variances in Quad-SLI versus single and dual graphics.

Anandtech have a mid-range GPU roundup. Everyone who is the least bit interested in realtime 3D graphics can easily get excited about what the latest and greatest hardware can do for their favorite games and simulations. But the vast majority of us can't afford to drop over $1000USD on graphics hardware.

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