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Purchased a HD DVD Player? - You may get money back!
Submitted by Jodou 2354 days ago on Hardware
Did you plop down big dollars for a high-definition DVD player using Toshiba’s HD DVD format — which recently lost the battle with Sony’s Blu-ray format? Well, depending where you bought it, you may be eligible for a refund or a gift card to ease the disappointment.

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DX9 vs. DX10 Using Crysis As A Benchmark
Submitted by Jodou 2352 days ago on Hardware
Crysis is one of the first games to be built from the ground up with Microsoft’s DirectX 10 in mind. Knowing that this game fully supports DX10, this game was supposed to drive home the importance of DX10 to gamers. This was the game that was supposed to make us all want to upgrade to Windows Vista, get the latest DX10 video cards, and have at it. Well, it hasn’t quite lived up to everyone’s expectations. The questions are: Should you be playing Crysis in DX9 and therefore should we be testing in DX9 too? Or does DX10 truly offer a better gaming experience as has been touted and pushed since DX10’s introduction?

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Art Lebedev Announces Optimus Pultius, A Mini-Me For The Maximus
Submitted by Jeemusu 2247 days ago on Hardware
A function key only keyboard peripheral with lcd keys.

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Submitted by Elitist 2365 days ago on Hardware
A comprehensive listing of how to speed up your pc and optimize its performance for gaming.

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GAMERS MUGGED!
Submitted by Hagan 2363 days ago on Hardware
Sonys online store is not as secure as they thought. Anyone with an account may wish to re-check their details.

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The Best Gaming Graphics Cards For The Money: April Edition
Submitted by Jodou 2352 days ago on Hardware
Detailed graphics card specifications and reviews are great - that is, if you have the time to do the research. But at the end of the day, what a gamer needs is the best graphics card within a certain budget. So if you don't have the time to research the benchmarks or if you don't feel confident enough in your ability to make the right decision, fear not. We at Tom's Hardware Guide have come to your aid with a simple list of the best gaming cards offered for the money.

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The Firefox 3 Download Day, Help breaking a Guinness Record
Submitted by eidanch 2301 days ago on Hardware
Help Firefox's noble cause, to break the Guinness record for "World most downloaded software in 24 hours". Let us free from the chains of Microsoft by downloading and using Firefox 3 on the "Download Day"

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GeForce 9-Series Shoot-Out
Submitted by Jodou 2343 days ago on Hardware
Gameplanet takes a look at the top-performing video cards currently on the market, and discovers which solution provides the best bang for your buck. A comparison test of the XFX GeForce 9800GX2, 9800GTX, 9600GT, 8800GT, 8800GTX, 9600GT in SLI, 8800GT in SLI, plus RADEON HD 3870 and 3870X2.

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RoboChamps web site
Submitted by MichaelDeM 2336 days ago on Hardware
Do you have what it takes to program a virtual robot in order to win a real robot?

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nV News - home to fans of NVIDIA on the Internet.
Submitted by pyranmax 2335 days ago on Hardware
News and Reviews of Graphics Cards, Computer Hardware, Trends, etc. This is for both the Enthusiast as well as the Gamer who wants to tweak their rig! Check it out!

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Xbox 360 defects: an inside history of Microsoft’s video game console woes
Submitted by raitchison 2202 days ago on Hardware
In depth exploration of what led up to the quality problems with Microsoft's Xbox 360

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The Open Graphics Card OGD1 now available for pre-order
Submitted by Paukkupultti 2309 days ago on Hardware
The design features 2 DVI, 256MB RAM, PCI-X, and a Xilinx Spartan-3 FPGA along with a nonvolatile FPGA for programming on boot. FPGAs are reprogrammable hardware which means the graphics card can be optimized for specific tasks and execute them faster than a general purpose CPU. The card could be programmed for certain codecs to speed up encoding or decoding. An open hardware design means potential for better driver support.

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myspace
Submitted by IrishGuy-KotR 2319 days ago on Hardware
cool i like myspace

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good site i like
Submitted by jacko999 2318 days ago on Hardware
yer it is mert

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Steampunk LCD screen
Submitted by Terrenth 2317 days ago on Hardware
Because we all wanna play with style ! Enjoy.

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ClubIT
Submitted by GoreBacke 2289 days ago on Hardware
Awesome prices on computer hardware.

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Engadget.com
Submitted by Dragtalf 2294 days ago on Hardware
Daily tech news.

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Submitted by Dragtalf 2294 days ago on Hardware
Pure Evil!!!

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Newegg
Submitted by Dragtalf 2294 days ago on Hardware
A great place to buy computer stuff.

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AMD and Havok to Optimize Physics for Gaming
Submitted by rabb1t 2286 days ago on Hardware
In an odd bit of news today it seems that AMD has announced a partnership with Havok for Physics. This is odd for a few reasons. First, Havok was bought out by Intel, the direct competitor to AMD, not too long ago. Prior to that Havok was working on-graphic card physics acceleration, dubbed Havok FX, in a way that both Nvidia and ATi could use. When Intel bought out Havok news of Havok FX faded away. Not too long ago Nvidia bought out Ageia, who released the PhysX physics hardware accelerator. This recent announcement of the joint effort between AMD/ATi and Havok/Intel would imply that the Nvidia PhysX would be kept proprietary, as well as the now AMD/ATi Havok physics being kept proprietary. It would be very very bad news for gamers if there were competing physics acceleration methods, as that means we could, theoretically, need a graphics card of one manufacturer and a physics hardware acceleration from the other manufacturer in order to cover both acceleration methods. (The graphic card works as both a graphics card and physics hardware accelerator.) Hopefully this will not be the case, and one manufacturer will provide the technology free of charge, and things will settle into a single acceleration tool. Splitting an already hesitant market is a very bad move in terms of future growth.

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