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 Monday, 28-April-2008  22:42:34 (GMT +10) - by DiGiTaL MoNkEY

IGN AU tested the Australian version of GTA IV, with good news for gamers. After having played the Australian Xbox 360 box copy thoroughly we're happy to report that the "minor differences" Rockstar admitted were made to pass classification haven't made any impact to the GTA experience that our seasoned eyes can spot. Discussion on the forum.

Nvidia has quietly introduced the GeForce 9600 GSO. The 9600 GSO is a re-branded GeForce 8800 GS and it features a G92 chip with 96 Stream Processors, DirectX 10 support and a PCI-Express 2.0 connection interface. Discussion on the forum.

Tweak Town preview some of the latest Intel P45 based motherboards from Gigabyte. Last week we showed you the world exclusive pictures of Gigabyte’s EP45 Extreme and this week we thought we’d follow up with some more P45 motherboards from Gigabyte.

Bit-tech interview Yoshinori Kitase, executive producer of Crisis Core from Square Enix. Now as the prequel to the original is released in Europe on the PSP, titled Crisis Core, we sat down with Yoshinori Kitase to talk things through. Kitase-san served as the executive producer of Crisis Core and joining him throughout our interview is Hideki Imaizumi, the producer of the game.

Anandtech test the DFI X48 LT T2R motherboard, the latest offering from DFI based on the Intel X48 chipset. Right at the very top-end of the performance ladder, we know DFI are working hard to pry everything they can from the X48 chipset, and in order to succeed they need to be able to provide that last few percent of headroom that people have come to expect from DFI products.

Ars Technica recently published a system guide for buiding your own HTPC. It's been three years since the HTPC has gone mainstream. Today, the HTPC front-end is fairly well established, with a slick interface and a compact, living room-friendly form factor, and it's reliable enough that you rarely notice it's there.

Extreme Tech have a video tutorial covering some of the basics of overclocking. Overclocking can be mystifying and scary, particularly if you've never done it before. Figuring out the right set of components, understanding cooling solutions, and trying to sort out those mysterious BIOS settings is confusing and complex.



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