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Daily News Round #1 for February 27, 2004

Daily News Round #1 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for February 27, 2004
By: Steve Dougherty | Posted: Feb 27, 2004 12:55 pm

- CoolerMaster WaveMaster Black Aluminum Case

The folks over at PC Stats have taken a close look at CoolerMaster's popular and elegant WaveMaster case (in black) today, noting that it is almost flawless in all aspects with a highly competitive price tag to boot. A definate consideration if you're in the market for a new case sometime soon.


CoolerMaster is definitely not the same OEM-oriented company they were just a few years ago. The company has embraced a new design ethic, and have really driven the retail market to innovate. From heatsinks to thermal compounds and cases, CoolerMaster are showing us that they can design their products not only for appearances, but for functionality as well.


- XGI Press - New Tech Support


XGI sent word today of their now fully operational technical support teams for their TGUI 9685, 3DImàge 9750 and 9850 series products, along with other dedicated teams continuing support on products dating back to July 2003. More in the official press release here. All latest drivers for XGI based products can be grabbed over here.


Taipei, February 27th, 2004 --- XGI™ Technology Inc, an innovative graphics chipsets supplier, today announced to begin technical support of TGUI 9685, 3DImàge 9750 and 9850 series products. To provide benefit of current customers of such graphics products, XGI has continued to prepare any necessary technical support of aforementioned products since July 2003.
"Because of different architecture from XGI™ latest Volari™ GPUs, XGI™ has a dedicated technical team to maintain certain professional and industrial graphics solutions such as from XGI™ 9685 to 9900XP," said by Robert Fang, VP of Marketing at XGI™ Technology Inc. "XGI will continue to provide technical supports to customers of XGI™ legacy products."


- Articles and Reviews from around the Web

- Unreal Tournament 2004 Demo Preview @ Hardware Zone
- Black ICEMAT 2nd Edition @ Gruntville
- Ice-Cube and Athlon 64: A Cool Combination @ Anandtech
- As the Hard Disc Spins: VI: Command Queuing @ Lost Circuits
- Mutant Mods Modding Equipment @ TechTastic
- Ram Mod Lighting Kit @ Tech-Mods
- AT News Update: Grantsdale's Memory Strategies @ Anandtech
- Kingston HyperX PC3500 @ System Cooling
- SD/miniSD: announcements and prospects @ Digit-Life


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