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Masters of The LANiverse 2006

While it was no QuakeCon, over the weekend was the Masters of the LANiverse LAN party that turned out 250 gamers for 16 hours of gaming action with several tournaments. We had captured some photographs of this event and have some thoughts to share on this Michigan LAN organization.
1 January 2007

The BoxHeads October LAN Party 2006

Over the weekend, The BoxHeads had put on their October 2006 (Halloween) LAN Party. This event was in Plainwell, Michigan with approximately 100 gamers making it out. In the past The BoxHeads have hosted events up to 150 people, but coming up in December, they will be hosting an event with approximately 250 gamers in Lansing, Michigan. The BoxHeads have been hosting large LAN parties going back to the start of 2003...
29 October 2006

The BoxHeads LAN - April 2006

The BoxHeads, one of the largest LAN organizations in Michigan, which attracts visitors from all over the Midwest and Canada, had held its first LAN event for the year. While their venue was the limiting factor, yesterday's event was for 144 gamers and a complete day full of various gaming and hardware activities. A great deal of prizes were given away, and Phoronix had also sponsored a unique computer modding competition. Team ATI was also out in force at the event. While the event was largely a success, there were some damaging power issues. Here at Phoronix we have a great deal of photographs to share this morning from exploding power supplies, an Ubuntu modded case, and an interesting X1900XTX CrossFire setup powering a 1-on-1 Daikatana tournament.
23 April 2006

Computex Taipei 2005 Coverage (XGI Tech)

Unfortunately, due to some conflicts in our schedule we were unable to attend the XGI Technology booth during Computex Taipei 2005. However, thanks to the generosity of the folks over at XGI we have some pictures of their items that were on display. Items include the XGI Volari 8300 and even some motherboards!
6 June 2005

Computex Taipei 2005 Coverage (Day 4)

What's up for day 4 at Computex Taipei 2005? Well today we primarily have coverage of the latest products from Foxconn, MSI, AOpen, DFI, Powercolor/Tul, Triplex, Vantec, XGE, and Apacer.
3 June 2005

Computex Taipei 2005 Coverage (Day 3)

Third day of Computex. We finally wandered out of Hall 1 and headed to Hall 2. There were quite a few pleasant surprises waiting for us there. Want to find out what? Keep reading!
2 June 2005

Computex Taipei 2005 Coverage (Day 2)

Ah yes, another very tiring, but very exciting day at Computex Taipei 2005. First up today, we have the Tyan 8-Way server launch followed by some more Abit coverage along with plenty of information regarding ATI's Crossfire. Want to find out more? Read on.
1 June 2005

Computex Taipei 2005 Coverage (Day 1)

The first day of Computex has rolled to an end. What new products are coming out? What innovations have the manufacturers come up with this year? Read more to find out!
31 May 2005

Computex Taipei 2005 (Pre-Show)

From Tyan's 8-way product launch to Abit's Happy Hour, we will be providing Computex Taipei 2005 coverage throughout the entire event. What we have here before the start of the May 31st show is a pre-show synopsis.
27 May 2005

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