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Specialized Epic: A Suspension Revolution. Another good preview from a british publication. Plus a note on the new XTR for 2003. Wow, drool, cool!
Specialized Epic: The Press Weighs In And this is also a great list of good Mountain Biking web sites
Yahoo! Movies: Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines – Greg’s Preview. OK, a random site, but a good reference for some of my favorite “Buckets of Blood” movies of all time. Here are all the facts about the 2003 release of Terminator 3.
Yahoo! Movies: The Matrix Reloaded – Greg’s Preview . Well, the release date is May 15, 2003. I can’t wait!
Mountain Bike RacingAnother review of the Epic from Mountain Bike Action. Wow!
The new 90mm-travel rear suspension smoothly outperforms the FSRxc over uneven terrain, and it retains its predecessor?s ability to isolate suspension from braking and acceleration forces. The real beauty of the Brain-equipped Fox shock, however, shines when you jump out of the saddle and pound mercilessly on the pedals. Nothing?and we mean nothing?happens. The Epic doesn?t sprint like a hardtail?it sprints better. Hardtails bounce around all over the place when you sprint. The Epic?s inertial valving allows the suspension to continue to react to the bumps, while it halts the downward movement you create by bouncing on the pedals. As fantastic a tale as this may seem, it is as real as the paper these words are printed upon.
Specialized’s Radical New Bike: The “Epic” Wow, looking for a new bike. The four bar linkage Horst link has been the best so far, but check out this new Specilized Epic.
Understanding the inertial valve concept is the key to comprehending how the Epic’s suspension performs. Bump forces from the ground activate the inertial valve inside the Brain, which activates the air shock, giving you suspension compliance. When the bike is rolling across flat ground, the air shock valving is closed, essentially “locking out” the rear suspension.
S-Works frames will be available in late July for $2,170. A full range of complete bikes will start at $2,060 and will be on sale in mid-August.
Tom’s Hardware Guide Mainboard Guide: DDR400 Kills Rambus: Shooting Star SiS 648 for P4 – Conclusion: SiS 648 Surprises with DDR400 and AGP 8x
It seems like getting the DDR400 plus SiS 648 is going to be the highest performance route. Seet he notes below…
The signs are auspicious – SiS might be able to land a great hit on the market with its 648 chipset. Compared to its competition (Intel and VIA), the manufacturer leads the way with numerous advantages: the 648 offers modern functions such as DDR400 support and AGP 8x, which are not to be found at all with its competitors.
Intel isn’t even planning to tackle DDR400 support and AGP 8x until the start of next year. In addition, the Intel 845G chipset is only meant for DDR266 at the moment, followed by DDR333 in August.