what a come back! Unless you have been living under a rock for
the past few months you have likely heard of the much-hyped
AMD Athlon. Immodest features such as 128k of full-speed on
chip L1 cache, and an additional 512k of L2 cache running at
half the core speed, 3 floating point units (the lowly PIII
only has 2), 200 MHz FSB, and advanced 3d NOW! Support are all
just a few of the Athlon's wealth of next generation features.
Just wait until AMD switches over to .18 microns. AMD just may
have the last laugh after all.
Clear, Cool. This 21-inch monitor has a virtually flat aperture
grille display, a .22mm dot pitch, and Sony's beautiful display
quality. The GDM-F500 is definitely the best 21" monitor I have
ever seen with my own two eyes. If you are like the rest of
us, and don't have $2000 to spend on a monitor then the Sony
420GS Trinitron monitor is a second choice. Weighing in at 19
inches with a very short 18" depth factor, this virtually flat
.25-.27mm monitor wins runner up, $599.
a 10x spindle rate, built in 40x CD-ROM drive, and a respectable
110ms DVD-ROM access time the drive itself is a wonder to behold.
Bundled with an extremely high-quality MPEG-2 decoder card that
does digital sound along with a high definition picture quality,
you can make sure that you movies run fast, sound great, and