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Краткое содержание статьи: Computex is my favorite IT show and so I am here in Taipei together with Frank, who has reported about his impressions already. In this first part of my Computex roundup I have some really hot news for you. Thunderbird will be overclockable. We know of two methods on how to alter the multiplier and in this article I am disclosing one of the two. Besides that I've got news from AOpen, SiS, FIC and Q-Lity.

Tom's Computex 2000 News - Part 1

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Computex 2000

It's June again and this means for me flying over to Asia to attend my favorite IT trade show, Computex, in Taiwan. The reason why I favor Computex over shows like CeBIT or Comdex is pretty simple. Neither Las Vegas/USA nor Hannover/Germany can quite do it for me, while Taipei is a rather exciting place. I've always got the chance to visit my favorite town in the world, Hong Kong, and my No.2, Bangkok, in that time as well, and the mountains around Taipei are also worth a visit every time I am here. The show itself is not as huge as CeBIT and even a bit smaller than Comdex, so that you can save your feet whilst being very effective in getting to your meetings on time. The companies here supply you with a lot of information rather than tons of marketing crap, which is saving my nerves at the same time. My 'affinity' to the Asian people and culture is already quite known as well, which makes reason number 5 why I am enjoying my stay here every year again.

Tom's Hardware's Computex Team

In the last months the staff of Tom's Hardware Guide has grown quite nicely, so that two of our excellent editors could join me on this trip to Taipei.

Frank used to work for Ziff-Davis Germany and we are very proud that we could win this very skilled and highly energetic journalist. He is already very well known and respected amongst the Taiwanese motherboard makers as a very thorough reviewer who has a deep passion to squeeze the last bit of performance out of a system. Like myself, Frank is never afraid to use the soldering iron to make a motherboard obey his ideas. We both share the opinion that 'impossible' doesn't exist, as long as you try hard enough.

You might have noticed that Tom's Hardware Guide has finally been able to provide you the timely, well-researched and continuous service that I've promised you so many times in the past. Thanks to you readers and my excellent team this website has grown way beyond my projections in the last six months. May 2000 was another best month in the history of Tom's Hardware Guide and we were able to extend our leadership role in the hardware reviewer scene significantly. With 19.8 million served html-pages last month we could almost reach the magic 20 million mark, while all other hardware websites are still struggling to skip 10 million pages. These numbers are actually not fictional like the numbers claimed by many others. Tom's Hardware Guide is audited by a well-respected independent auditing firm and our numbers are publicly available. I am convinced that June 2000 will be even better, since we are currently averaging more than 700,000 pages/day. Therefore I would like to take the opportunity and thank all our faithful readers for their continuous support and trust. I'd also like to send a very special 'hello' to the 'Fifth Continent' or 'Down Under'! Australia has become country number two in our readership statistic after the United States of America. Tom's Hardware seems to have a large fan club in this beautiful part of the world and so I would like to express my warmest greetings to all my Australian readers. Your faith in all of us means a whole lot to me! Finally I want to send my regards to our readers from Tonga. I was amazed when Tonga started showing up in my web-stats a long time ago. Now I am very proud to see that we seem to have a whole lot of readers in this paradise of the Southern Pacific.
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