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January 17, 2008 We were finally able to make it up to the mountains again to finish what we...
The Enthusiast System Architecture in action
Nvidia announced its Enthusiast System Architecture back in November, promising to consolidate system and hardware monitoring under a single communication protocol. ESA-certified hardware is now...
Behold Thumper: Sun's SunFire X4500 storage server
In July of 2006, Sun added an interesting new machine to their lineup of Opteron-based x86 servers. It was codenamed 'Thumper' during...
EAX still broken in Realtek audio drivers
Back in November we explored EAX performance with onboard audio and discovered that Realtek's HD audio drivers weren't properly implementing occlusion and obstruction effects....
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: In the Zone
I've been playing S.T.A.L.KE.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl these past few days....
Valve's Source engine goes multi-core
IF THE LAUNCH OF Intel's new quad-core Core 2 Extreme QX6700 processor has made...
Snapstream's Personal Video Station
ASK ME ABOUT THE COOLEST piece of technology I've bought in the...
|AMD's A10-7800 processor reviewed||50|
|Deal of the week: A terabyte SSD for $417, plus memory, graphics, and more||0|
|Blacked-out MSI X99S SLI motherboard looks menacing||5|
|Rumor: Tonga GPU to power Radeon R9 285||16|
|Thursday Night Shortbread||17|
|64-bit Chrome goes beta, promises better speed, security, stability||33|
|PSU deathmatch: Cooler Master V750 vs. Rosewill Capstone-750-M||16|
|Eizo's FlexScan EV3237 has 31.5'' of 4K goodness||23|
|Logitech gaming mouse combines optical and motion sensors||60|
|I think they should add some serial ports, a VGA port, and maybe a parallel port. I don't see why a laptop can't be about 2 inches thick. They should...||+35|