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Are You A $700 Fan?

What AMD Really Thinks There is a rather remarkable set of commments in a Firing Squad interview about how at least one AMD exec views us. It’s not pretty. “And as you know we now have a policy to lock Read More

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Details, Details

SUMMARY: Adding some finishing touches to your computer case, and more. I recently received a few items from the fine folks at Directron, and today we’ll look at some of their detailing products. After exchanging a few e-mails, I was Read More

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Benchmarking The Boyfriend

People often say very, very serious things very lightly. For instance, when young people are in love, they are prone to say things like “I would give my life for you.” You know, that’s a pretty serious words. However, however Read More

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INT64 Confirmed

Official Word Intel has finally confirmed the existence of Yamhill. To quote: Intel spokesman Robert Manetta says the Santa Clara, Calif.-based chipmaker has a working prototype of a 64-bit x86 design that it could bring to market “when customers request Read More

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The Verizon Decision . . .

Essentially, the court ruledthe court ruled that the legislative language in the law wasn’t quite good enough to cover subpoenas of P2Pers. It did not rule that such subpoenas violated the Constitution or anything like that; anyone claiming that is Read More

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Future Hammer Pricing

What The 3000+ Tells Us Oddly enough, what may be the most valuable piece of information about these 512K cache Athlon 64 3000+ chips are not the chips themselves, but their price. Up to now, AMD’s policy has been to Read More