Items tagged with Forceware

Good morning folks, the box is filling up so it's time to unload the latest news. As a side note, a S-ATA to USB bridge chip has been released, so click the link to find out more. Also, Phoronix has posted some screenshots of the Matrix Online(Beta) for you to enjoy. 4 Channel Wireless Camera System @ Bigbruin "In today's world we have to live with the reality that cameras are everywhere. You never know when or where you are being watched. Ever feel like you would like to do some surveillance of your own? Well now with the help of the people at Geeks.com you can, and it is easier and cheaper than you might have thought with the use of the 4 Channel Wireless Camera System." Behringer... Read more...
I just received a ASUS A7N8X-X, and after looking around in the bios, it has some pretty decent features. After building a few systems using variants of the A7N8X, I've come to really like the brand. The NF7 series from ABit is also one of my top choices for Athlon XP systems. I'm going to miss the times I've spent working with Athlon XP systems, but once I get my Athlon 64, I'm sure all that will change :) AVerMedia AVerTV USB 2.0 Plus @ HEXUS.net "Almost everything about the device is easy to use and set-up, which generally speaking makes it a joy to use. My biggest concern prior to testing the device was that such a small component would struggle to provide a good quality picture and... Read more...
NVIDIA ForceWare 55 Hands-On New Features for Enthusiasts By: Chris Angelini February 18, 2004 It used to be that graphics manufacturers dedicated themselves to incorporating nifty features into their hardware, besting the competition from a specification point of view, at the very least.  Developer resources limit the usefulness of these proprietary tricks, though.  And as such, coding for one manufacturer's unique feature set over another's only exacerbates the time-consuming process of bringing a modern game to market.  Microsoft?s DirectX 9 API simplifies the process by proposing a minimum set of specifications for hardware manufacturers to support.  Software developers,... Read more...
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