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Monday Afternoon (3 Comments) (link)
 Monday, 16-October-2006  16:10:32 (GMT +10) - by aftahours

Graham sends in news that Daemon Tools version 4.06 is out, supporting Vista in both 32bit and 64bit versions.

The new Microsoft Windows Vista is coming soon and everyone is asking if their system will be able to run it - and how well will it run? Those questions are answered for VIA AMD platform chipset users in this article on Viaarena.

From the guys over at Hothardware.com: We spent a little time at this year’s DigitalLife show in the Big Apple, and have just posted up some tasty photos (especially the one of Carmen Electra…mmm) and commentary. We’ve got highlights from AMD, ATI, NVIDIA, HP/Voodoo, Ageia, and a handful of others. Check out the full write-up here.

ATI have a tool out that will help you assess the upgradeability of your computer to Windows Vista™ and can provide you with guidance for your computer’s unique configuration and the minimum, recommended, and optimal user experience.

ExtremeMHz have a guide posted up on making your Windows XP have the Vista 'Look n' Feel'.

Tech ARP have just posted the BIOS Optimization Guide Rev. 9.1.

From the Phoronix crew: It has been six months since ATI Technologies had introduced Radeon X1000 support in their Linux fglrx display drivers. But how has the support evolved with their monthly driver releases? At Phoronix we have retested the last six display drivers with a Radeon X1k product to answer this question. Full read here.

Jamie sent in this article about the corporate dominated gaming scene and lack of originality and how unique ideas may be popping up again in the near future... Full article here.

Hardwareoverclock Austria has posted their monthly forceware driver performance comparison. They have tested the last 91.xx and 92.xx forceware drivers, betas and official versions.

From Phalanx: Despite the axing by the Sci-Fi channel, it seems SG-1 isn't dead yet. Two DVD movies are to be made to finish out the series!

Sniper found this neat (hurr) standalone noise reducer application and noise reduction plug-in for Photoshop and compatible hosts. More info on Neat Image here.

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