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Saturday, September 28, 2002

Rage Underground's 9000 and 9700 Pro reviews - Benjamin Sun
My buddies at Rage Underground (met 2 of them at ATI's launch day event) have published their 9000 Pro and 9700 Pro reviews. In a related note, it looks like my 9700 Pro review is a bit delayed due to a late addition.

Click here for their 9000 Pro review

Click here for their 9700 Pro review

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Friday, September 27, 2002

ARB fragment program approved by OpenGL ARB - Benjamin Sun
The OpenGL ARB has approved the ARB_fragmentprogram extension. This enables pixel shaders under OpenGL among other things.

Click here to read up on the new extension . Microsoft has IP claims on this extension, however.

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Thursday, September 26, 2002

New Detonator drivers - Benjamin Sun
Nvidia has released new beta Detonator drivers. Version 40.71 "second beta" fix some of the bugs in the original 40.xx series drivers

Click here for the 2K/XP version

Click here for the 98/ME version

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Jon Peddie Associates survey - Benjamin Sun
Terry passed along this link to a survey on multiple displays by Jon Peddie Associates. You can win a LCD monitor and  a Radeon 9700 Pro (which I hope to have up on Monday along with a surprise or two inside ;))

Click here for the survey

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Wednesday, September 25, 2002

Geforce4 MX 440 8X reviews - Benjamin Sun
There are a couple of reviews up on the net today.

Click here to read Tweaktown's Prolink MX440-8x review

Click here to Inpact Hardware's MSI MX440 8X review

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THG's ATI Mojo Day report - Benjamin Sun
Tom's Hardware has a report up on their experiences at ATI's MOJO Day, including interviews with many of the people at ATI and game developers

Click here to read the article

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Nvidia's AGP8x cards - Benjamin Sun
NVIDIA has announced their AGP8x compliant family of videocards, the Geforce4 MX AGP 8x and Ti4200 AGP 8x and nForce2 with AGP8x slot. At the moment they are the only company with a comprehensive AGP8x family

Click here for the press release

Here's a snip:
TAIPEI, TAIWAN AND SANTA CLARA, CA—SEPTEMBER 25, 2002—NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), the worldwide leader in visual processing solutions, today introduced the industry’s first and only comprehensive family of AGP 8X-based products. Based on Intel’s AGP 3.0 specification, NVIDIA now offers an extensive range of top-to-bottom graphics processing units (GPUs) and platform processors for next-generation digital media, gaming, and business PC platforms. NVIDIA’s AGP 8X product line-up, which includes the NVIDIA® GeForce™4 Ti 4200 with AGP 8X and the GeForce4 MX 440 with AGP 8X desktop GPUs, as well as the new nForce2 platform processors, forms the technology foundation for the world’s most advanced PCs.

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Tuesday, September 24, 2002

HardOCP's OCing P4 2.5GHz CPU article - Benjamin Sun
HardOCP has an article up with their 2.5GHz/CPU .

Click here to read the article

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9700 Reviews - Benjamin Sun
Speaking of which, my 9700 Pro review is complete and should be posted soon after my Parhelia review

Click here for Overclockers's review

Click here for Bubba Wolford's review

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Monday, September 23, 2002

Bit Tech's Nvidia article - Benjamin Sun
Bit Tech has a short interview with Nvidia from ECTS up Click here for the interview

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Anand Behind ATI and Nvidia article - Benjamin Sun
Anand has a article up titled "Inside ATI and NVIDIA: How they make the frames fly" Click here to read the article

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