NVClock's Thunderbird To Launch New Project
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 21 January 2010 at 02:29 PM EST. 7 Comments
Roderick Colenbrander, or better known by his Internet name of Thunderbird (not to be confused with the Mozilla mail client), will soon be announcing a new software project that is supposed to be rather interesting, according to him. Roderick is known for starting the NVClock project years prior to the existence of CoolBits support for Linux to enable NVIDIA graphics card overclocking (and other tweaking) with Linux. Roderick has also been involved with the Nouveau project for a brief while and also with Wine to improve its graphics support. He has also been a contributor to our forums.

Details on this yet-to-be-announced project are scarce, but it's to do with Linux and is also gaming related. It is, however, unrelated to NVClock. A formal announcement regarding this project is expected within a few days. If it ends up being as interesting and innovative as NVClock once was, you can be sure we will be talking more about it on Phoronix.
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