Hardware
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Xi MTower 2P64D   1 Nov, 2003

High performance scores are not unusual for @Xi Computer, but this time the results are exceptional. The Xi MTower 2P64 has marched well ahead of the pack with its C2001 benchmark scores.More>>

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Speed x2   1 Nov, 2003

This is not only the largest workstation roundup that Cadalyst has done in some time, it?s also one of the most varied. We evaluate one system based on an AMD Athlon 28001, several systems based on variants of the Intel Xeon chips?one even has a 3.2GHz microprocessor?and several systems based on...More>>

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First Looks: Hot new graphics cards shine on dual AMD Opteron   1 Oct, 2003

This special First Look roundup spans the range of workstation graphics card performance, from entry level to top end.More>>

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First Looks: Hot new graphics cards shine on dual AMD Opteron   1 Oct, 2003

This special First Look roundup spans the range of workstation graphics card performance, from entry level to top end.More>>

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First Looks: Hot new graphics cards shine on dual AMD Opteron   1 Oct, 2003

This special First Look roundup spans the range of workstation graphics card performance, from entry level to top end.More>>

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P275, 6652-U3N   1 Sep, 2003

The IBM P275 monitor is an attractive black 21" display with a 19.8" viewing area.More>>

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Mitsubishi DP2070SB   1 Sep, 2003

The Mitsubishi DP2070SB is based on a Diamond Pro 2070SB aperture-grille CRT, a 22" display that delivers a 20" viewable area in a flat-black housing.More>>

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Western Graphtec CS1000 scanner   1 Sep, 2003

Western Graphtec's CS1000 scanner, one of the company's first entries in the large-format scanning space, complements its rich tradition of solid printers, plotters, and cutters.More>>

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First Looks: @Xi MTower 64   1 Sep, 2003

@Xi Computer has once again produced one of the fastest systems to come through Cadalyst Labs, in this case, the first AMD 1.8GHz Opteron-based 64-bit system I?ve tested.More>>

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5 Dynamite Displays   1 Sep, 2003

To paraphrase the old saying, ?The more things change, the more they stay the same,? the theme of this month?s roundup of big monitors for CAD is ?The more things change, the more they become like one another.?More>>