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AMD 760

I’ve looked at the early-bird reviews so you don’t have to. Strictly from an overclocker’s standpoint, two get a good grade, the Tech-Report and the Firing Squad reviews. We found out the following from the first article: 1) The 133Mhz/266Mhz

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The Code War?

You Know You’re Unpopular When . . . . . . the Russians steal something from you, and even your fellow Americans are rooting for them. (I don’t for a moment think the Russian government has anything to do with

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Pentium III cC0 Stepping Sspecs

What You Can Reasonably Expect From These Chips I’m estimating based partly on theory, partly on some preliminary results, that one can probably expect something like 1.0Ghz-1.05Ghz fairly consistently from these chips with high-end air cooling. By high-end air cooling,

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Celeron cC0 Stepping Sspecs

S-specs for Celerons with the new cC0 stepping: FC-PGA Processors     S Spec Speed Retail/OEM SL4PC 566 Retail SL4NW 566 Retail SL4PB 600 Retail SL4NX 600 Retail SL4PA 633 Retail SL4NY 633 Retail SL4P9 667 Retail SL4NZ 667 Retail

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Intel Inside

First, the article itself. The two points of most interest in the article was the description of the management/engineer relationship at Intel, and some speculation on the real relationship between Intel and Rambus: First, early this year, a person who

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Computing in Southeast Asia

First of all, a short introduction… I’m a 19 year old French computer enthusiast living alternatively between Phuket, Thailand, and, for the past five years Penang, Malaysia, where I was studying in a boarding school. I’ve been in the region

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Cool That Monitor!

When it was time to upgrade to a better monitor a few years back, I went to the local Best Buy to purchase a new monitor. A brand New KDS 19″ for ONLY (ha-ha) $500.00. Well, as luck would have