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Saturday

  1. Video from Nvision 08: Adam and Jamie from Mythbusters draw a Mona Lisa smile
  2. Clock frequencies of AMD Radeon HD 4600 series (write-up in Turkish)
  3. Engadget reports AMD road map leaked, dual-core Phenoms could be around the corner
  4. Hardware-Infos reports AMD’s new 6500 (K10, Kuma) processor

    to be released on September 2 (write-up in German)

  5. Custom PC’s Intel Core i7 and X58 revealed
  6. Android App Market is announced, still waiting for the first device
  7. The Inquirer reports Nvidia’s 55nm parts are bad, too
  8. DailyTech reports Fujitsu enters netbook fray with Amilo Mini
  9. Fudzilla reports Intel might license software SLI from Nvidia
  10. EU blocks WTO investigation into high-tech tariffs
  11. Alarming Development’s editorial: too many cores, not enough brains
  12. 20 insanely modified computers
  13. HardwareZone has IFA 2008 press day coverage & product highlights
  14. [OC]ModShop reports from PAX 2008
  15. The “I Love ATI Radeon Graphics” contest

Software and gaming

  1. Solver for Excel 2008 is available
  2. Engineering Windows 7—boot performance
  3. Sony: 160GB PS3 is ‘limited edition’
  4. IGN reports Epic’s Cliff B. says Gears of War 2 is not coming to the PC
  5. Shacknews on video games to be released next week
    and Fallout 3 updated impressions: totally rad

  6. The 13 video games that desperately need to be remade (16-bit and under)

Hardware

  1. PCGH tests Phenom X2 GE-6600, GE-6500 and GE-6400 (in German)
  2. HEXUS.net tests Intel’s Atom processor
  3. CPU3D reviews Gigabyte GA-EG43-S2H
  4. TechwareLabs review Sapphire Radeon HD 4850
  5. Motherboards.org reviews AMD All-In-Wonder HD
  6. Wired’s review: Phantom Lapboard wasn’t worth the wait
  7. Technic3D reviews OCZ Dominatrix gamer mouse (in German)
  8. EPIAcenter reviews Serener GS-L05 case (in German)
  9. Digit-Life reviews Thermaltake BigTyp VP and MaxOrb EX CPU coolers
  10. FrostyTech reviews Glacialtech Igloo 5063 Cu Silent E heatsink

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