HW Round-up Celeron 100MHz a go-go?
About time-time as we wibble-wibble
Intel's obviously in a bit of a dither about this. The second of the stories linked to above tells how Intel says it can do this whenever it wants.
looks here at a snazzy Sony digital device which uses Firewire IEEE-1394, the interface that dare not speak its name in Jason Zilla's USB 2.0 division at Intel.
Sharky Extreme has posted a buyer's guide to high end performance systems which you can findat this point in Cyberspace
Hardware Central talks about Rambus memory for video, a piece which can be foundhere
Interested in cooling? Take a gander atInsane Hardware
, where there's all sorts of fascinating stuff about aluminium water jackets and the like.
The extremely goodSandpile
, has posted a die picture of the Pentium 4. Isn't it pretty? ®
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