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Daily News Round #2 for November 10, 2003

Daily News Round #2 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for November 10, 2003

By Cameron Wilmot on Nov 10, 2003 at 05:30 am CST - 1 min, 20 secs reading time

- nVHardpage Updated

Hilbert Hagedoorn from Guru of 3D sends word that he has updated nVHardPage, a program which allows you to enable and disable hidden features in nVidia control panel, tweak nVidia Direct3D and OpenGL settings and overclock your nVidia graphics card.

What's new

- fixed AA and AF support for ForceWare drivers
- updated overclocking code for FX 5800/5900/Ultra cards
- added multitexturing option for Direct3D
- added spanish language
- added override nView page setting
- added Desktop Overlap and Edge Blending page setting
- added settings for Thermal page: - en/disabling Thermal page - en/disabling heat indicator warning - en/disabling core temperature in sys. tray area
- updated Direct3D pixel shader settings
- added Direct3D vertex shader settings
- added Direct3D Z-Occlusion setting
- updated detonator driver databases
- removed power indicator applet
- some others small fixes and changes


- Raptor in RAID

Just like Andrew from Sudhian Media, the first thing I would do with Western Digital's seriously fast Raptor 10,000RPM HDD is put it and another identical Raptor drive into a RAID array and watch things fly.

Since the drive is known for being fast, I did what any sensible computer enthusiast did and took two drives and put them in a RAID array.


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