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Wednesday March 31, 2004

[H]ardNews 7th Edition

Prescott 3.2GHz:

Bit-Tech looks at the 3.2GHz Prescott CPU today. The fellas do their best to explain who this CPU is for and what it has to offer. You can see our review here for comparison purposes.

I always try and look for the best in a situation and this one nearly had me stumped. I can't see how Intel can justify releasing a CPU which is slower in the majority of benchmarks unless they had something up their sleeve.

Shuttle XPC SB75S:

Tech Report has one of those Shuttle XPC SB75S SFF computers on the review block today. The latest SFF from Shuttle is just as powerful as previous SFFs, just better looking.

The SB75 Type-S demonstrates why Shuttle has owned the small form factor barebones world since the day the first SV24 rolled off the assembly line. The SB75S oozes refinement, from its automotive-grade finish to its pre-routed cables and quieter power supply.

aTuner Update:

The popular video card tweaking utility, aTuner, has been updated to version 1.8.28.5664. The biggest change in the utility is that it no longer works with Win98 or WinME.

The support for Windows 98 and ME is cancelled. If you are using Win98 or ME, do not download the new aTuner, because you are not able to start itanymore! In few days, a no-longer-supported, but still running aTuner for Windows 98/ME will be offered for downloading.