Posted By: Kathy Smith
Date: April 18, 2002
ocworkbench.com: Chaintech A-GT61 GF4 Ti4600 Review
Quote, "The performance of this card is excellent just like any GF4 Ti4600 cards out there. As we have seen, the peak is reached and unless we super cool it and blowing cool air onto it. It will not help us to push the card to higher mem/ram clocks. The maximum we attained in our tests is 155/728 which is rock stable. The tool provided Turbogfx makes it easy to tune it up but it doesn't seem to allow 1Mhz stepping as it jumps to the nearest clock. e.g. I wanted to adjust to 365(730) it only allows me the option of 364 (728) or 368 (736). This is probably a software bug which can be resolved."
viahardware.com: Taking the Leap: Why it's time for Apple to move to x86
Quote, "Ok, with all of the AMD announcements flying around, as well as all the rumors and inuendo that we have been seeing, I have been trying to piece together AMD's strategy for this fall. Things just did not seem right with the lack of Thoroughbred processors, and their poor performance so far in the notebook sector. When looking into this situation, I was able to put a few pieces together and come up with a theory on what AMD is doing behind closed doors (and what they don't want us to know)."
Quote, "The iCute 300W PSU (with product number AL-3000P4) has an all aluminum construction. This alu material makes the PSU weigh much less compared to other similar power supplies. To cool down the PSU and to get rid of tons of hot air from inside the case, iCute has chosen to install one 80mm fan on the bottom of the PSU next to the normal one at the backside. I'd like to note that both 80mm fans are fully temperature controlled and they both come with fan brackets. The alu construction looks and is very smooth without sharp sides that might result in bloody fingers."
Quote, "We translated an article from the manufacturer and posted it here. There is a performance difference between GF4 MX440 vs Xabre 400."
Quote, "This article deals with Microlithography, which as you may know is the process of laying down an image on a silicon wafer."
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