— 11:23 AM on June 29, 2001


  1. AthlonOC has a new URL (read this story for more details)
  2. More commentary on Microsoft verdict (thanks rand)
  3. Dell survey asks customers if they want their AMD (thanks ---k)
  4. Electic Tech has Internet Explorer 6 build 2501.0001,
    Winamp 3 Alpha 667 (thanks Christian Nyegaard),
    and HP saying to employees, "no soup for you"
  5. Ace's Hardware's floating-point compiler performance analysis (correct URL)
  6. AboutLinux has top 10 things Linux needs to win the desktop
  7. GiBTEK on setting up and planning for a LAN party
  8. Lightcube has gxSDK 1.0
  9. Freaknuts spreads peanut butter and margarine on a toasty Celeron processor (humor)

  1. Rojak Pot on an inexpensive Palm clone
  2. OC Mojo 'deconstructs' Game Boy Advance
  3. GideonTech's LAN box project: part II
  4. AMDZone has information on upcoming Asus products
  5. SocketA has modded BIOS for Iwill KA266R
  6. Hard Tecs 4U has Intel chipset driver v3.00.028 for i440, i8xx, and i430TX chipsets
  7. Even better? TweakPC has Intel INF v3.10.1011
  8. bluescreenofdeth reviews Abit KT7A (TR's review is here)
  9. SocketA reviews Iwill KD266

  1. VTR-Hardware reviews Hercules 3D Prophet 4500
  2. Digit Life reviews Hercules 3D Prophet 4000XT
  3. NewsForge reviews Abit Siluro GeForce2 MX400
  4. Technical Bytes reviews ViewSonic PF790 19" perfect flat monitor
Multimedia and cooling

  1. SystemLogic reviews Hercules Fortissimo II
  2. Chick's Hardware reviews Evergreen RumbleFX force feedback headphones
  3. OCtools does 'extreme TNT2 cooling/overclocking' on a budget
  4. Mikhailtech's monthly overclocker's cooling guide: part III
  5. Neoseeker reviews Power Cooler PCH123 (7020) socket cooler
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