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| Posted: May 25, 2004 3:23 am

- Firing Squad's Invitational Tournament at Computex

Our friends over at Firing Squad have kindly passed on a press release announcing their Invitational Gaming Tournament to be held at Computex in Taiwan on June 3rd this year. For the first time ever, the tournament will consist of "industry-only" competitors facing one another in an all-out clash. Many of the top hardware industry players will be participating such as ABIT, ASUS, Powercolor, MSI, Shuttle, and several others. If that's not enough to have people flocking to the scene, maybe the comments below will be :-


This BYOC event will show the world what the top PC manufacturers consider to be their version of the "Ultimate Gaming Rig!" Each company will submit 2 PCs that have been overclocked, modified and tweaked by the finest PC engineers on the planet. Look for Firing Squad's special coverage after the event to see who won awards! Award categories include: The Ultimate Gaming Rig, Best Video Performance, Best CPU/Motherboard Performance, Best Visual Design, Best Portable Design, Best Low Noise Design and Highest Overclock!


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- Building Your Own Notebook: Part 1 @ LegitReviews
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- Wireless on a Budget w/ D-Link @ PenStarSys
- X-micro WLAN 802.11g wireless router @ OCPrices
- Asetek Waterchill Antartica system @ DriverHeaven
- Asetek Antarctica Water Block @ Spodes Abode
- Windows XP Repair Install @ Overclockers
- Mitac Mio 168 w/GPS @ PDAToday
- ATI Semi-Budget Card Round up / HDTV Testing @ HTPCNews
- Free Memory Contest @ LegitReviews, Hardware Hell & BleedinEdge


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