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LCDs--Are They Ready to Replace CRTs?   1 Feb, 2005

Cadalyst Labs reviews LCD flat-panel monitors from seven manufacturers.More>>

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First Look: ATI FIREGL V7100   1 Feb, 2005

ATI Technologies introduces the most powerful PCI Express greaphics card.More>>

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First Look: ATI FIREGL V7100   1 Feb, 2005

ATI Technologies introduces the most powerful PCI Express greaphics cardMore>>

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First Look: @XI 4000+ MTOWER 64-SLI   1 Feb, 2005

Dual PCI Express workstation.More>>

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First Look: NVIDIA QUADRO FX 4400   1 Feb, 2005

The NVIDIA Quadro FX 4400 is likely to be the PCI express card to beat, at least for the foreseeable future.More>>

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LCDs--Are They Ready to Replace CRTs?   1 Feb, 2005

Stylish LCD displays conserve desktop real estate,but will they look so good after a long day ofdetailed design work? Cadalyst Labs reviews LCD flat-panel monitors from Dell, Eizo-Nanao, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, NEC-Mitsubishi, Samsung and ViewSonic.More>>

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First Look: ATI FIREGL V7100   1 Feb, 2005

The ATI FIREGL V7100 is the most powerful offering in ATI's Visualization series of PCI Express graphics cards, but its performance places it in the midrange of workstation graphics cards. Announced in June 2004, V7100 cards just recently became available.More>>

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First Look: @XI 4000+ MTOWER 64-SLI   1 Feb, 2005

We Recently Needed to test two new PCI Express graphics cards, the Quadro FX 4400 from NVIDIA and the ATI FireGL V7100, so @Xi Computer sent us a prototype of its Xi 4000+ MTower 64-SLI system to use. The Xi 4000+ MTower 64-SLI is a dual PCI Express SLI-capable system. By changing the orientation...More>>

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First Look: NVIDIA QUADRO FX 4400   1 Feb, 2005

The NVIDIA Quadro FX 4400 is likely to be the PCI express card to beat, at least for the foreseeable future.More>>

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LCDs--Are They Ready to Replace CRTs?   1 Feb, 2005

These days an overwheming number of flat-panel LCD monitors are available, with each vendor offering multiple models. Though costs have dropped somewhat, they are not yet so low that these sophisticated displays are flying off vendors' shelves.More>>