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Newegg LANfest2K7 This Weekend in Ontario, CANewegg LANfest2K7 This Weekend in Ontario, CA

Author: Evan Oliver Date: 10-03-2007 Category: Interviews

Gamers from all over the country will be attending. If you are a so-cal gamer you have no excuse to miss this event. If you haven't already signed up, make sure you visit their official website to register for the BYOC. One thin...

The Rebirth Of Diamond MultimediaThe Rebirth Of Diamond Multimedia

Author: Doc Overclock Date: 07-25-2007 Category: Interviews

Remember that company called Diamond MultiMedia? You know the company famous for the Viper, the Voodoo3D, the TNT and the Monster line of video cards. Well this company has gone through some changes and now is back in the saddle a...

Why EVGA? An Interview with Andrew HanWhy EVGA? An Interview with Andrew Han

Author: Elric (Doc Overclock) Phares Date: 03-25-2007 Category: Interviews

This company should only grow stronger and as BFG once again plays its name changing game and goes under EVGA still stands strong, making only XFX the remaining (NVIDIA Only) strategic partner in America. EVGA is company you can t...

Intel Developers Forum: Part 2Intel Developers Forum: Part 2

Author: Niso Levitas Date: 03-07-2002 Category: Interviews

In this installment we look at the future of memory, gigabit ethernet on the desktop, Pentium 4 Mobile solutions, and the PC in 2003....

Intel Developers Forum: Part 1Intel Developers Forum: Part 1

Author: Niso Levitas Date: 03-06-2002 Category: Interviews

Technology: A Look 2 to 5 Years in the Future: 3GIO the PCI killer, BBUL packaging, Codename Prescott, E7500 Chipset, and Serial ATA....

Cooling Solution Giants: Agilent and Molex at the Intel Developers ForumCooling Solution Giants: Agilent and Molex at the Intel Developers Forum

Author: Doc Overclock Date: 03-14-2001 Category: Interviews

Molex and Agilent are two of the foremost companies in the cooling solutions business, and both work closely with Intel to bring the best technology available to light in the form of their high-end cooling products. Both companies...

In the Spotlight: ShuttleIn the Spotlight: Shuttle

Author: Doc Overclock Date: 03-13-2001 Category: Interviews

Shuttle computer group is a company that has been around for quite awhile now, and has had its share of ups and downs in this ever changing market. Established in 1983 in Taiwan, Shuttle has been a constant pulse in the computer i...

In the Spotlight: TranscendIn the Spotlight: Transcend

Author: Doc Overclock Date: 12-18-2000 Category: Interviews

Established in 1988, Transcend Information, Inc. (Transcend) is one of the world's largest memory product manufacturers, with a current range of over 2000 memory products. It was the first company in Taiwan to gain the ISO 9001 ce...

In the Spotlight: EPoXIn the Spotlight: EPoX

Author: Doc Overclock Date: 12-11-2000 Category: Interviews

Epox was first started by Steve Chow in Taiwan in 1995, and moved into the American marketplace in 1996 in Brea, California. Steve was previously a lead technical designer for a few major companies before forming the company Epox....

Interview with an OverclockerInterview with an Overclocker

Author: Doc Overclock Date: 06-01-2000 Category: Interviews

Your AGP speed is two thirds (2/3) the speed of your front side bus. So, with the FSB set to 100MHz the AGP clock is 66MHz, but at 133MHz 2/3 is 89MHz, way out of spec for most video cards....