[02/23/2001]
GeForce3 details

xlr8yourmac's Mike has had a conference cal with some nVidia staff and asked them several questions regarding the Mac version of the card etc. I strongly recommend to read this.

[02/23/2001]
GeForce3 all over the place

Shugashack has a hell load of comments from John Carmack regarding the demo of DOOM 3, and the GeForce3. Also there is a snipped from a post on Slashdot, were he aparently said that the G4 is slower than a x86 chip. (Well, in fact he said that the 733MHz G4 was slower in the trouble zones than a 1GHz P3, no surprise there)

[02/23/2001]
iMac iMac

the register notes that Apple's new mid-range 500MHz iMacs are not the same in the US as they are in the rest of the world. The US version sport a 750cx chip with 256K of full-speed on-die level 2 cache, while the European and Japanese version still have the old 750 chips with 512K of cache, off die and dog slow.
MacNN even notes that only the US 500MHz model have the "new" Rage 128 Ultra chips, while the EU and Japan version still have only 8MB of video RAM. BOOOH Apple!

[02/23/2001]
More Carmack

MGL has a few extracts from JC's huge plan update yesterday (on the GeForce 3, what else) and also offers the link to the full story. But you porbably already say that on Shugashack.
IMG actually has all the links you need on one page, so if you're one of those guys who think Carmack is a god, check it out:)

[02/23/2001]
More GeForce3

MacWEEK has more technical discussion on the GeForce3. So if you still haven't had enough of this stuff, you may try to get really fed up there. I am already, thanks.

[02/23/2001]
Various

MacCental has several, also interesting, articles resulting out of yesterday's events. Go there and have a look at the list and pick out what you're interested in.

[02/23/2001]
SMP discussion

Earthweb has posted an article discussing why SMP has not found more friends during all those past years, even though most business systems run on SMP capable systems like Win NT and Win 2000. I think that might be a very interesting article, but I admit I haven't read it yet.