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Big Big "Oops" For Intel
Thu, March 16 2006 | 4:45PM | PermaLink Feedback?

Heh this is pretty funny, an Intel slide talking about servers shows an Opteron motherboard. A flaw in the Xbox360 firmware means custom firmwares can be installed. Whoa this is pretty good for nVIDIA I guess. Steam's system survey shows that 98% of dual videocard systems are SLI. Microsoft Vista has its own rating system.

Microsoft told the reporters that it couldn't supply further details of the rating system because it was still in the testing stage, but we have a small suggestion for the software firm.

Why don't you tell us what sort of machines we should buy before they have Vista installed on them? That way, we wouldn't be humiliated by finding we'd bought a pup after the fact.


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