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Less Than A Hit

Digitimes had an article yesterday from AMD Taiwan (Update: Digitimes has now corrected the article to cite their sources as being Taiwanese mobo makers) saying that Athlon 64 sales are “better than expected” at that they expect to ship 600,000 Read More

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DIY Hard Drive Cooler

I’m sure many of you visiting Overclockers.com are sitting next to a case which has been, lovingly or otherwise, modded to achieve better case temperatures. The reason being, of course, to try and achieve a better overclock or just to Read More

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Wake Up Call

As shown here, we have affordable socket 939 Hammers coming sometime in October. Affordable 90nm socket 939 Hammer chips. Take a look yourself. There are, of course, plenty of ifs ands or buts. As predicted, 90nm chips will begin at Read More

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The Value of Time 2295

There’s an article over here which calls itself an “Overclocking Buyer’s Guide.” Not to particularly pick on this specific article (the same can be said for others elsewhere like it). but it represents a growing trend we see these days: Read More

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The Value of Time

There’s been a flurry of comments about LCD “gluts” and price reductions here and there. From my perspective (and no doubt most of yours), it matters not if a display goes from costing 100% too much to costing 80% too Read More

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Adding Fiber to Your Computer Diet?

The first mumblings about second-generation broadband are beginning. Verizon, SBC and Bell South are running fiber-to-the-premises pilot products and are/planning to shortly roll out services to (pretty) limited areas with a year. Verizon has posted some details about its fiber Read More