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The man himself, Dr Thomas Pabst, has reviewed the Nvidia drivers for Linux 3D. He compares performance under Linux with Windows 98, testing five different Nvidia cards on six platforms. This is his first review dedicated to Linux, so check it out.



The boys over a Hexus are all of a flutter over some Intel news that was leaked to them. This is major scoopage they say. So click through and find out what they are getting so excited about.



JSI Hardware takes a look at another card cooling system from XT. Not so much card cooling as system cooling given that it shifts 138 cubic feet of air a minute. Well, this lot liked it so have a look here for more info.



Are you unhappy with your mouse pad? Well, Trainwrecker.com has done a roundup of the swishest mouse mats on the market. I tell you, it makes my foam backed bit of card look quite inadequate. Have a look for yourselves.



Jim Hafner-Eaton of S3 is running a trade program until today (14 August) so you need to get in there quick! You can exchange your Viper2 for a retail V770U, straight across. Mail him here, or check out Via Hardware for a news posting about it too.



Insane Hardware would like to report that the SoundBlaster Live does get a bit hot, especially when you are running EAX along with Surround Sound and various other effects. So, they modded it. Click here to find out what the crazy ones did next. ®

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