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  1. DigiTimes reports Nvidia to launch new GT300 GPU
    in Q1 09; will showcase GT200-based cards at CES
  2. Expreview reports reliable information shows improved frequency of Nvidia GTX 285
  3. Fudzilla reports Nehalem TLB is not completely fixed
  4. C|Net reports rumor has Apple updating Mac Mini
  5. DigiTimes reports AMD may reduce workforce again in January 2009, says sources
  6. DailyTech reports foreign governments line up to bail out DRAM industry
  7. Ex-Vodafone CEO won’t pursue Yahoo job: report
  8. PCGH’s tribute to 3dfx: eight years out of business
  9. InformationWeek’s top 10 Microsoft stories of 2008
  10. Top Linux moments of 2008
  11. Phoronix has AMD Linux 2008 year in review
  12. AnandTech’s holiday motherboard and memory guides
  13. How to make Team Fortress 2, Left 4 Dead, and Counter-Strike videos for YouTube
  14. Legit Reviews stocking stuffer guide for 2008
  15. Survey says… get some free Gearbox stuff!


  1. MacNN reports Mac OS X 10.5.6 fixes sync, graphics issues, more
  2. TechFlash has a wild idea: Zune app for iPhone
  3. Windows 7 benchmark results: boot time
  4. AMD’s Windows 7 preview driver package (release notes here)
  5. Refreshing the Windows Live Essentials beta
  6. Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Service Pack 3 released
  7. TG Daily’s exclusive: first look at Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 RC1
  8. Yahoo unveils new toolbar for web browsing
  9. FPSLabs on PhysX: where’s the beef?
  10. AnandTech’s GPU transcoding showdown: Elemental’s
    Badaboom vs. AMD’s Avivo video converter
  11. FiringSquad on Cryostasis techdemo PhysX performance


  1. Microsoft: Disc scratching not Xbox specific
  2. Sony’s PS3 a sinking ship: sales plummet
  3. How to mod PlayStation Home with your own posters and movies
  4. Sins of a Solar Empire: Entrenchment beta starts Tuesday
  5. [H] Enthusiast on Grand Theft Auto IV gameplay performance and IQ
  6. YouGamers review Grand Theft Auto IV (PC)
  7. IGN on Age of Conan: DirectX 9 vs. DirectX 10
  8. bit-tech on the best gaming moments of 2008

Systems and storage

  1. Ars Technica reviews the 2008 MacBook: weighing the Pros and cons
  2. Techgage reviews Asus Eee PC 1000HA netbook
  3. Big Bruin reviews Asus Eee PC 4G 701 netbook
  4. HardwareLogic reviews CyberPower Gamer Xtreme XT system
  5. ATi-Forum has Phenom II – first review (write-up in German)
  6. Extreme Overclocking and Legit Reviews review Athlon X2 7750 Black Edition
  7. Intel quad-core performance, top to bottom
  8. iXBT Labs review Foxconn A79A-S and ASRock A770CrossFire
  9. PCStats reviews Biostar TF8200 A2+
  10. Benchmark Reviews on G.Skill FM-25S2S-64GB SATA-II MLC SSD


  1. Expreview on GeForce GTX 295 and HD 4870 X2: who is better? (early benchmarks)
  2. PCGH pits Radeon vs. GeForce: visual quality compared in nine games
  3. HotHardware reviews Nvidia Quadro FX 4800 1.5GB
  4. hardCOREware reviews Creative SB X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional Series PCIe
  5. Technic3D reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 4850 Dual-Slot (in German)
  6. Overclockers Club reviews Asus DRW-20B1LT 20×20 LightScribe SATA DVD burner

Power, cases, and cooling

  1. TweakTown reviews 1200W Ikonik Vulcan modular power supply
  2. Hardware Bistro reviews 1200W In Win Commander PSU
  3. bit-tech features Chiaroscuro mod: a wooden mini-ITX chassis
  4. TechSpot reviews Cooler Master HAF 932 case
  5. Hardware Secrets reviews Lian Li PC-7F case
  6. DriverHeaven reviews GMC X-7 ‘X-Station’ case
  7. TechwareLabs review Tagan Diablo Advance case
  8. Modders-Inc reviews Sigma WindStorm case
  9. HardwareOC Austria reviews Titan "Fenrir" TTC-NK85TZ LGA 1366 cooler (in German)
  10. Overclockers Club reviews Titan Cool Idol CPU cooler

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