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Sorry E.T., but SETI@home, as we knew it, is no more. On December 15, 2005, the classic SETI@home project will stop issuing new work. However the project isn't entirely done with, as they are merging with BOINC for other distributed computing projects(yes, aliens are still on the menu). You can get more... Read more...
And they just keep on coming. Nvidia has released version 81.95 drivers, which aren't dramatically different than their previous set of drivers. Still, if your interested, you can take a look at the release notes(PDF), and head on over to the download page.... Read more...
  The big headlines in today's video card related articles almost always come down to seeing double; whether it's two NVIDIA GeForce cards connected in SLI or two ATi Radeons running in CrossFire mode.  Perhaps it's justified in that people always want to see higher framerates and increased performance... Read more...
The Inquirer has managed to get their hands on a new XFX GeForce 7800GTX 512MB graphics card and run it through their suite of benchmarks to see how fast vendors can push NVIDIA's latest flagship core. Armed with an impressive 580MHz core clock and memory running at an insane 1730MHz, it's no wonder Fudo is... Read more...
There's little question that the media has been less than thrilled by ATI's chipset offerings in the past. Fortunately for ATI, the latest crop of motherboards based on their new chipsets is beginning to make waves and surprise editors. Anandtech takes a look at the ASUS A8R-MVP motherboard and walks away... Read more...
Anandtech has stopped teasing us with news bits and previews and finally shows us all a full review of the unreleased (and unannounced) GeForce 7800 GS. Positioned to be less than $300, this could very well be the mainstream performance card to have this holiday season. That is, if the card is released in time or... Read more...
As most of you know, new hardware can bring with it a whole new set of problems. Those of you who have recently bought a mouse using laser technology are well aware of these annoying problems. CoolTechZone is tackling the issue, and looking for your... Read more...
Hey folks! The reviews are in for ATI's latest addition to the All In Wonder series, and VIA's latest chipset which features DualGFX Express. Enjoy! ATI All In Wonder Radeon X1800XL: Motherboards.org Viperlair Bjorn3D FiringSquad DriverHeaven X-Bit labs VIA K8T900: PC Perspective The Tech Report Legion Hardware... Read more...
Fudo reports that ATI is preparing to release a new mainstream notebook GPU based on its new RV530 design. With solid performance and reasonable power draw, this could very well end up being a very lucrative solution for the daily notebook user. No word yet on actual availability of specific vendor partnerships... Read more...
The gang at Anandtech have stumbled across a new product from NVIDIA called the GeForce 7800GS. As one might imagine, this card is looking to be a potent mainstream offering with excellent performance and a very reasonable price. Hopefully, this is a product we'll see in time for the holidays.The card we... Read more...
To my surprise, HardOCP has posted an extremely positive review of the XBox360. With all the recent negative press of sorts regarding the system, the last place I expected to see such a glowing review was at [H]. Regardless, the review is certainly worth a look as there is a great layout of what you get for your... Read more...
With the adoption of PCI Express as a next-gen I/O technology, all of the major chipset manufacturers worked hard to bring compatible chipsets to market.  Naturally, Intel was first on the scene with the 900 series chipsets. But on the AMD side, VIA was first to market with its K8T890 Chipset.  ... Read more...
Microsoft has finally decided to open up it's office document formats. Complying with the request from government and other agencies, Microsoft will offer it's Excel, Word, and PowerPoint formats as open standards. "Microsoft has been facing increasing pressure... Read more...
If you've ever wondered what goes in a motherboard manufacturing facility, Hardware Zone has a five page tour of their recent visit to MSI's facility in Kunshen, China. "Hardware Zone recently visited one of MSI's manufacturing facilities at Kunshan, China. The... Read more...
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