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Daily News Round #4

| Posted: Dec 12, 2003 5:10 am

- OCZ PC-3200 ECC Registered Memory at 262MHZ!

OCZ Technology have a press release out stating that overclocking and 3DMark King "Oppainter" recently achieved obliterating benchmark results using standard OCZ PC-3200 ECC registered memory on an Athlon 64 FX-51 platform. Settings used were a staggering 262MHZ with timings of 2-2-2-6 for all benchmarking tests. You can read the full PR over at OCZ's website. If you go to the official hall of fame you can also view CPU-Z and SiSoft Sandra screenshots.

 


- Flat TVs Take Off

 

An article just up over at PC World gives us an outlook on how things are shaping in the TV market, particularly in reference to LCD / Flat Panel displays which are inevitably a way of our future. Prices are already starting to plummet so things are looking good. As the article also points out, the entry of Dell, Gateway, and soon Hewlett-Packard to step on consumer electronics vendor's toes only helps introduce more sophisticated products at lower prices within such a large and demanding market.

 


In previous years, business-only uses dominated the discussions of flat-panel technologies, in monitors, notebooks, handhelds, and digital signs. But now, televisions have all but taken over the conference. In fact, Scott Edwards, Gateway's executive vice president for consumer electronics, called his Tuesday conference keynote address "I want my thin TV." He showed a video of a man pulverizing a CRT with a sledgehammer.

 


- Articles and Reviews from around the Web

- Diamond Multimedia Website Online @ Diamond MM
- The Fastest Graphics Cards of 2003 @ XBit Labs
- Introduction to PCI-Express - The AGP8X Replacement @ PC Stats

 

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