This is taken from ZDNet:
"Extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography will allow computer makers to draw smaller circuits onto chips than current lithographic techniques. EUV light has a short wavelength, which allows chipmakers to project extremely intricate circuit patterns onto silicon wafers. Chips made by the EUV process are set to come out in 2005 and run at 10GHz"
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Futurelooks doesn't usually do case reviews, but when the Lian Li PC 60 rolled through our doors, we had to make an exception. Here's a clip:
3D WinBench measures the performance of a PC's 3D subsystem, which includes the Direct3D software, the monitor, the graphics adapter, the graphics driver, and the bus used to carry information between the graphics adapter and the processorsubsystem. More info on the whole thing here.
Things are looking bad for ATi over on the mobile front with nVidia making an entry to what was once an ATi stronghold. There may or may not be much use in clicking this link here to see the full article courtesy of CHIP.de since it happens to be all in German. Overall, it just looks like nVidia has a winner in the new GeForce2 Go.
More concrete information about GeForce3 cards begins to appear. One more store has exposed 3D Prophet III in sale despite of NDA. Moreover, they have not only 64MB-DDR SDRAM version, but "128MB-DDR? / 500MHz? / GeForce3 Ultra?" card as well. Read more about it over at VCNews.
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