Tech News

  • AGP 8X

    Published: Tuesday, November 21, 2000 | By: Dennis

    Due in 2003 with a Bandwidth of 2gb/sec... I am all aquiver. Hopefully, by that time they will have figured out a way to turn your old computer into a Free Standing Video Card. "Yeah, I got a Dual P4 3ghz machine with 1024 mbs of RAM running Linux Geforce4 emulator for my new computer."

  • More P4 carnage

    Published: Monday, November 20, 2000 | By: Dennis

    This time its the cool guys at Penny Arcade. Not sure what their stand is on the new chip but if there is a cartoon about it, it has to be good.

  • The buzz about the P4

    Published: Monday, November 20, 2000 | By: Dennis

    The infamous non-NS6 compatible website [H]ardocp got their hands on a P4 fitted with the works. Other sites out there have also posted P4 goodness. They are..

    Toms Hardware (with a crappy logo on the front page.
    Dan's Data

    I'm sure more will surface in the near future but this should wet the whistle for the time being.

  • 4-way internal fanbus

    Published: Sunday, November 19, 2000 | By: Dennis

    Here is something cool that Saltire Systems sent to me.

    Saltire Systems is proud to announce that our 4-way internal fanbus solution is to be stocked by The Overclocking Store here in the UK. This is a big moment for us to have one of our own products stocked by a major PC hardware player in the UK Overclocking market. The fanbus unit can be found in the "overclocking hardware" section in the store, priced at £17.62 including VAT. Free 1-3 day delivery is available on all their products.

    Follow the link and check it out.

  • Game tweak guide

    Published: Friday, November 17, 2000 | By: Dennis

    NT Compatible posted a game tweak guide for Windows NT/2K on their site. Some of the things that they talk about are pretty simple solutions to increase performance but some of the others I didn't even know about. Take a look.

  • Tyan Tiger 230

    Published: Wednesday, November 15, 2000 | By: Dennis

    It would seem that Tyan has been busy. In checking out their site today I found this link. Another dual processor board from Tyan and this one looks alot like the rest. A couple of key points.

    Onboard Audio
    ATA 100 support

    The design seems to follow what I call the "reference" design. So far all of the dual socket 370 boards have the same layout, brings back memories of the GeForce 256 of days gone by.

  • Quake 3 on ABC News

    Published: Wednesday, November 15, 2000 | By: Dennis

    Never thought I would see it but ABC news as conservative as they are have posted a article about the new Quake 3 for the Dreamcast. Personally I'm not much for console gaming but heck with a title like Quake 3 and the ability to frag on the net from a 52 inch big screen. I might just go and buy it.

  • Pricecombat

    Published: Tuesday, November 14, 2000 | By: Dennis

    I suspect that many of you have already seen this site but I'm going to share it anyway. In my email today (most of which is usually junk) I found this. PriceCombat. It seems that Pricewatch now has some competition. Curious I checked out the prices for a 128 megs of RDRAM and the lowest price was 109 bucks!!. Makes me think.. I might be able to afford that i840 dually board.

  • Tyan Tiger 200

    Published: Sunday, November 12, 2000 | By: Dennis

    I am really quite fond of Tyan products every motherboard that I have personally owned has been a Tyan. I was looking at the product matrix tonight and noticed a new dual based on the Via 133A chipset will be hitting the market sometime soon.
    From the small picture on their site the layout seems very promising. The sockets are inline with each other (not like the VIA reference design) and is without an ISA slot. So far I have only seen one other motherboard similar to this, and is produced by a small company in Taiwan called Freeway Designs. From what I can tell the only difference is that the Tyan board is a nice rich green whereas the Freeway Designs board is a sexy red.

    We can only hope that the Tiger 200 is nothing like the Tiger 133.

  • Survey added

    Published: Saturday, November 11, 2000 | By: Dennis

    I just finished the engine to take surveys/polls/votes. The rules are pretty simple, Only one vote per person every 24 hours. Other than that vote as much as you like.

    I am accepting suggestions for up and coming surveys so If you have an idea for one let me know.