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Good evening folks. I recently found that, Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind, allows you to edit the visual properties of the water through the INI file. I spent the better part of last night trying different settings in order to try and make it look more realistic. The result as of now? Well, I don't know if it looks more realistic, just different. I'll be making a few more tweaks later tonight, and will probably post my final result tomorrow. If your interested, check out the PC Gaming section in our forums tomorrow night. Anyway, here's the news... Enjoy! I-Rocks Beetle Mouse @ HardwareHounds.com "There are hundreds of different styles of mice on the market today that do a hundred different... Read more...
Hello all!  We've taken a long hard look at Pentium M "Dothan" CPU core performance tonight on DFI's new 855GME-MGF motherboard.  Based on Intel's Pentium M embedded chipset architecture that utilizes their mobile i855GME Northbridge and the i6300ESB Southbridge, this combination actually gives the fastest Pentium 4 Extreme Edition CPUs a run for their money in many applications, especially gaming.  Check it... DFI 855GME-MGF and Pentium-M Dothan Desktop Performance... Read more...
  In this our first article of 2005, we're going to take a look back at recent history and examine a driving force in computing technology that was dominant throughout much of 2004.  Intel launched its mobile Centrino technology in mid-2003.  It took a while to ramp up but once this new platform initiative gathered steam, it took off like a rocket for what has been a hugely successful marketing and technology development effort.  The centerpiece of this new architecture was Intel's new Pentium M processor core, then code named "Banias", which has since been enhanced and updated in .09 micron process technology, now known as the "Dothan" Pentium M core.... Read more...
Good morning all.  Sorry if I'm later than usual with your morning news.  The past few days my Cable connection has been very slow and the folks at RoadRunner say everything looks good.  While it may look good on their end, I'm slogging along at Dialup 5x speeds.  Hopefully I can make enough noise to get something fixed, but it looks like they have the upper hand.  It's a real shame it has to be that way.  Anyway, the news is flowing this morning, so let's get down to business. ABIT Launches the RX700 Graphics Card Series Dominate the competition with BulletProof Technology September 21st, 2004:  Known as the company that provides the world's top performing... Read more...
Mobile Gaming At Desktop Speeds Tests & Benchmarks With The Pentium 4M & NVIDIA's GeForce4 440 Go By Dave Altavilla 6/3/02   There was once a time when the average Laptop Computer, even the top of the line models, were designed and built strictly for business.  There were little if any true multimedia capabilities, without the need for DVD Drives, elaborate sound systems, CD-RW drives or 3D Graphics.  You got your basic CPU, Drive, RAM and LCD screen with floppy, keyboard and mouse.  The bells and whistles just weren't available and gaming on these machines was not even considered.  However, as the average end user became more PC savvy and technology made it possible... Read more...
  STB's Desktop TV   TV, FM Radio, Video Capture and Edit Delivered to your desktop!       This week we had the pleasure of testing a new product from the Industry Graphics Giant, STB Systems. I was more than happy to have the opportunity to check this board out, as I expected "the fun factor" to be high. In a previous review, I mentioned the notion that it pays to delight the customer. STB absolutely delivered in this area. Here is why. Let's look at the specs first.                         View TV in a scalable window, all the way up to full-screen STB?s VisualReality? full-featured, 32-bit, on-screen... Read more...
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