Founder, Managing Director, and Editor
Location: Brisbane, Australia
camwilmot at tweaktown dot com
Cameron founded TweakTown in 1999 after it originally started off as his personal homepage. TweakTown is a business, which he works on full-time with his team of dedicated staff and contributors.
As Managing Director of Tweak Town Pty Ltd, Cameron handles all the management and team leading based tasks, dealing with companies about review samples, and in its broadest terms; maintaining the website in its entirety, so it stays as its best all year round.
Cameron Wilmot has written 2764 pieces of content on TweakTown, they are listed below:
- ATI Catalyst 5.11 Final (WHQL)
- RE: Watch Out For GeCube Reviews on Other Websites
- Industry News - HIS Crossfire cards hit our labs but no motherboards?
- New Forceware Driver - 81.85
- AT LONG LAST... Our new design is live!
- Radeon X1800 Marketing Documents
- Gigabyte 8N-SLI QUAD Royal - An exercise in possibilities
- ATI X1800, X1600, X1300 Pricing Revealed
- Thoughts on Hardware Analysis and ATI debacle
- ATI Crossfire performance examined
- Benefits of Upgrading Notebook Memory
- Talking with Google
- DEAL OF THE DAY - Widescreen Inspiron 6000 for $599 USD
- New Feature: System Builders Guide
- Design Refresh
- Weekly Hardware Price Index
- GeForce 7800 GT Specifications Revealed
- "Vista" is the next Windows OS
- MSI Digi VOX USB 2.0 - HDTV Broadcasting on your PC
- Corsair 5400UL DDR-2 675MHz Memory Review
- Extreme PC Garage - Pimp My Ride for Computers
- Inside GIGABYTE - Australian Service Center Tour
- Portable Storage from Seagate - 5GB Pocket Size and 400GB External
- Computex 2005 - Taipei 101 by night
- Computex 2005 Coverage - Booth Babes of Computex 2005
- ATI Crossfire benchmarks at Computex 2005
- Computex 2005 Coverage - Operation Computex Insider
- Computex 2005 Coverage - ATI Multi VPU rumors
- Gaming screenshots from E3 2005!
- HIS X850XT and X800XL Graphics Cards - iTURBO is back again
- The big mean fish - Seagate Barracuda 7200.8 HDD
- Thought of the Day - Earthquakes and Computers
- Forums are online again!
- DDR-2 PC-5400 Performance Memory Shootout - OCZ vs. Corsair vs. Kingston
- New VIA PT Chipset Series - AGP and PCI Express working together
- We've broken 10,000 in 3DMark05!
- Trip with ATI and Gigabyte to Auckland, NZ