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  • We're back this week with another informative and fun edition of the weekly Forums Spotlight! This week in the Forums Spotlight we've highlighted discussions on the best CD-RW, MS Word, Intel's new Chipset, The Original Wolfenstien, and more!

    SharkyForums also has a new forum called "Cases & Cooling". If you're looking for information specific to cases and cooling, stop by and check out this new and rather popular Forum section!

    The Forums Spotlight is a highlight of just a few of the new topics posted in the SharkyForums, where over ten-thousand enthusiastic computer users post daily for help or to discuss the latest trends and products.

    Each week in the Forums Spotlight, we take several of the most popular, insightful, or even 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...

    Last Week's Sharky Forums Stats
    Registered Users: 15,086

    Current Sharky Forums Stats
    Registered Users: 15,364

    General Hardware: Do Computers Get Slower the Longer You Have Them?
    A nice fresh system with a newly installed OS just flies. Of course after you install a couple programs, you notice a slow-down on boot up and when you open programs. "Arai" wants to know what causes the computer to slow down after you start using it.

    Technical Support: Which CD RW Should I Pick Up?
    One of the best things about the SharkyForums is that you have the opportunity to talk with outher hardware enthusiasts who really know their stuff! In this case our forum users discuss which CD RW product is the best. Looks like Plextor is definitely a favorite brand.

    General Software, Applications & Drivers: Why MS Word Rocks
    After checking out MS Word "slipgun" can see why people love this p[rogram so much... but why do other processors like Lotus and Wordperfect suck so much? Hey... it looks like we have more that one MS Word fan here...

    Highly technical PC Forum: Any Info About Intel`s new Chipset??
    What's a Tulloch' Chipset, and what does Intel plan to do with it? In this Sharky Forum some of our members toss in all the tid-bits they know about Intel's Tulloch chipset.

    General Games Forum: The Original Wolfenstien?
    This classic id game is certainly one that every once in awhile youi have an urge to load up and remember way back when. The question remains however, since this was shareware... where can you get it?

    Highly technical PC Forum: 870 Chipset
    In this forum topic the merits of the 870 Chipset are discussed, specifically how it will work for both 32 bit and 64 bit processors. "Xcom_Cheetah" asks what are the major hurdles in having the same chipset for both types processor?




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