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Scythe USB Foot Switch - Scythe USB Foot Switch
Tue Jun 29, 2010 | 1:46P| PermaLink
Scythe’s latest gadget will give your wandering feet something useful to do when sitting in first of the PC. The USB Foot Switch will not replace the mouse or keyboard but it will allow you to assign tasks to a particular application and let your feet do some of the clicking while the finger rest for a few seconds. The USB Foot Switch comes in three different variations: one, two and three pedals.

AMD Phenom II X4 955 LHe Overclocking Event  - AMD Phenom II X4 955 LHe Overclocking Event
Tue May 26, 2009 | 8:27P| PermaLink
"Last week AMD organized a small overclocking event for a group of overclockers from North America. Hosted at AMD's facility in Austin, Texas, the event was arranged to match competitive overclockers with the best silicon coming out of AMD's fabs in hopes of breaking some records and possibly hitting 7GHz.

AMD invited three overclockers, Vince Lucido aka K|ngp|n, Brian McLachlan aka chew*, and Chris Morrell, aka Gomeler. On hand to answer questions and make sure things went smoothly were Peter Hardman and Simon Solotko of AMD. The overclocking went from Wednesday through Friday night with necessary breaks taken to keep the benchers for passing out on their feet."

"This special LHe pot features a cap that forces the LHe to remain in contact with the copper for as long as possible, boosting efficiency and cooling capacity. Seeing how LHe costs $5/liter, we were literally evaporating away money, so any boost in efficiency was helpful."


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