I want to hand out some mad props to Corsair for hooking us up with some of their XMS3000 memory for testing purposes. I've already found that this stuff will do CAS 2 at 166MHz, and if it's anywhere near as good as their XMS2400 memory, it may go even further than that.
Also, Dr. John and the gang at KickAss Gear continue to support TR with hardware for testing whenever we need it. Go check them out before you buy a component anywhere else. Tell them I sent you, and they'll take good care of you.
One of the things we're working on behind the scenes is coverage of this year's Computex show from Taipei, Taiwan. I'll be heading over there to see what's up with all the mobo manufacturers, chipset firms, and the like. I'm not quite sure yet how we'll get info and images back here from over there, but I understand it may involve some strange, new technologies, like notebook-sized computers and something called a "mo-dem." Should be interesting.
Speaking of strange, new technologies, congrats to the guys at the warm, soft HardOCP for finally getting a database-driven web site engine along with a spiffy new look. They did a bang-up job with it. Someday, we'll actually have a real web designer try to fix TR. Wish us luck.
If anyone has a link to a video capture of Triumph the insult dog talking with folks in line to see Attack of the Clones, please post it in the comments so everyone can see. That is all.