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Each week we take several of the most popular/insightful/controversial threads and present them to you for easy digestion. Feel free to add your own thoughts (subtract the profanity, please) and help us multiply the reader participation here at Sharky Extreme (and you thought math was tough…). We've added links on each spotlight page so you can easily add your own comments and contribute to the debate! If your repartee strikes us as useful, humorous, or otherwise entertaining, it stands the distinct possibility of being featured next week. Without further ado…
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Why Are 566MHz Celerons Better For Overclocking?
For those who are a little confused why slower Celerons actually make for more consistent overclocking successes, check this thread out. Several of our forum members (myself included) break it down in plain English.
Celery Finally On 100MHz FSB!
Just this last week we reviewed the latest Celeron offering from Intel, running on a 100MHz front side bus. While this new move bodes well for the OEM community, the Celeron still can't outperform AMD's Duron. Would anyonge like to comment on Intel's latest move?
Transmeta Will Help AMD Make Code-Morphing Chips?
The title to this thread might be a little misleading - in all actuality, Transmeta is rumored to be helping AMD demo their Hammer line of processors. Since Transmeta's technology provides for "code-morphing," AMD upcoming 64-bit compatible Hammer processor can be emulated.
PS2 Is 1000x Faster Than A PC?
When reports came out last week that Iraq was stockpiling PS2's, Sony's latest creation was described as being more than a thousand times faster than a PC. Yeah, we're still scratching our heads too…
Just because we focus on PC hardware doesn't mean we aren't interested in technology for your car. Whether it is MP3 players, DVD players or TV tuners, we want to hear about your multimedia modifications.
Words Relay II
The first Words Relay was quite successful, so everyone who enjoyed the first, feel free to take part in the second!