Athlon 64 chipsets performance compared

The war of words has begun over at OCWorkbench who have managed to get their hands on some PR fluff from SiS. It shows the SiS 755 Athlon 64 chipset trouncing its VIA competition, especially in the hard drive department. How SiS has managed to get hold of VIA performance figures remains a mystery.

Power graphics users should take a wibble over to 3D Chips who have managed to get their hands on an nVidia Quadro FX 2000 with some alarming initial results. Will ATI have anything to worry about? You be the judge!

Continuing in the FX vein, Hexus have an interesting spin on the allocation of the GeForce FX boards. Will there be enough to go round? Maybe you should pre-order if you want one.

It's a long time since we've seen a slide projector but they might be about to become all the rage again. Not just any old slide projector, you understand. Design Technica have managed to get hold of one which uses 802.11b to receive screens, though it still has all the usual connectors.

Over at 3dXtreme the neighbours are banging on the walls and telling them to turn it down. They just got a Logitech Z-640 speaker set to review and seem to be enjoying it.

PCs that glow in the dark? Case lights that flash in time with the music you're playing? It must be case modding madness Sunbeam style over at Tweaktown.

News source: The Inq

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