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CPU Trends Shown by 3DMark03

Many of you use Futuremark’s benchmarking tools to see just how well your system performs, and many of you submit those benchmark results online to compare your results to thousands of other users. If you’ve ever wondered how many of you use AMD processors and how many use Intel or …

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NVIDIA System Utility

Tweak, twist, and turn up your system to make it run at its peak performance. If you have an nForce based motherboard, you might want to take a look at NVIDIA’s new System Utility to aid in the process of changing all those BIOS settings right inside your Windows OS.

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NVIDIA Editors’ Day 2003

Check out the our coverage of NVIDIA’s first ever Editor’s Day! It was a great event where they let the press get up close and personal with top-level executives, developers and PR people.

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Savage chatlog from 13 October

On the 13 October we held a chat with S2Games, the developers of the RTSS game Savage. During 1 1/2 hour we asked over 40 questions. Both an edited and an unedited chatlog can now be viewed here.

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RAIDing with Maxtor

200GB of UltraATA 133 Maxtor disk is a very good thing. Is 400GB really twice as nice? We found out when we took two and set them up in a RAID 0 configuration.

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Plastic Surgery for your Desktop: Does It Hurt?

Have you ever wondered if those cool programs which lets you skin Windows affect the performance in your games? We have. We decided to benchmark a number of games just to see what would happen if you skinned your Windows. What did we find out? Click and learn.

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The Cool Mouse (Mod)

Have you ever experienced sweaty hand syndrome sitting at your PC? Take a look at this mod for your mouse that can keep those slimy paws of yours nice and cool when you’re fragging your buddies, or finishing that late research paper.

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Xoxide UV LED Fans

LED fans are great. UV light is great. So combine the two and you have great great… or greater. Well, what I’m trying to say is UV LED fans look great and help cool your case, which is great! Check out this article about Xoxide’s UV LED fans, and I’ll …

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Chaintech Reloaded 2003 Event Report

I was lucky enough to have the privilege to attend a media event — the Chaintech Reloaded Event. The event took place in New Orleans, and Chaintech took it as an opportunity to introduce itself and some of its products to the press. NVIDIA, InterVideo and Corsair were also there …

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NVIDIA nForce2 400 and Ultra 400

NVIDIA is unveiling two new products in its nForce family — the NVIDIA nForce2 Ultra 400 and NVIDIA nForce2 400 platform processors. So what’s new with these offerings? They are optimized and validated for the new AMD Athlon XP 3200+ processors with advanced 400MHz FSB technology.

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nForce3 Professional

Following up the success with the nForce2, NVIDIA now offers a solution for the new AMD Opteron CPUs, the nForce3 Pro. Check out our article about the new chipset.

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PcToys System Maxx Fan Controller

If you need or want a way to manually adjust the speed and noise of your system’s fans, then you should definitely take a look at PcToys System Maxx Fan Controller. It’s easy to use and works great!

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NVIDIA’s (even bigger) Linux Advantage

NVIDIA’s latest Linux graphics driver aims to solve one of the number one Linux headaches: Installation. The NVIDIA Linux Update is a new feature that removes the hassles and potential for error that plague many Linux installations. Read on to find out why this development reinforces NVIDIA’s Linux commitment.

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NVIDIA GeForce FX Family Preview

NVIDIA’s roadmap for it’s GeForce FX family of GPUs will fill every market segment with DirectX 9 hardware. This preview looks at NVIDIA’s line-up, roadmap, and a quick preview of NV31 and NV34.

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