We have chosen at random a winner in our GFFX 5800 Ultra giveaway, but we haven't yet confirmed with the winner. If it all works out, we'll announce the results on Wednesday, as planned.
I should put in a plug here for our Folding team. If you have any CPU cycles to spare, we could use your help, and as you'll soon find out, Folding can be strangely addictive. Just ask the addicts in our Distributed Computing forum. I guess I should plug our Folding efforts more. We need help to stave off some significant challenges to our ranking from some lesser sites. Please join in if you can.
I hope you guys enjoy Diss's GeForce FX 5200 review. This is an intriguing product, and Diss captured the essence of it well. Even if you're not in the market for a $67 graphics card, I think the review is worth a look.
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