Monday, July 26, 2010

Article: Fanboy's Feedback on The Last Airbender Movie

I just saw The Last Airbender [in 3D] last weekend together with my kids. I decided to write a mini review to share my feelings about the movie since I am a fan of the animated series. I have always kept my eyes open for new episodes at Nickolodeon channel and Avatar: The Legend of Ang has always offered me fun and entertainment after a grueling work, or tasks from the office. It offers me a brief moment of solace and isolation from the world around me, as I engulf myself in the world of Avatar. I have come to like all the characters, and have always been looking forward for the next episode. So it's not a surprise that when a movie was planned, made, and shown, I am also one of the faithful that flock the cinema. I will now share my mini-review and my feelings after watching the movie.

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Tech Link (Industry): "TRON:Legacy" movie brings video game world to life

Wow, I am so excited to learn about this cool stuff. I have been an avid fan of the original TRON movie, it was so cool back in the days. The great about this movie is that, well, we're now well matured in digital animation and movie technology and many people are now more aware of "computers". I mean, back then, when you speak computer, I remember my parents asked me, "what's that?".

Friday, July 23, 2010

Tech Link (Industry):The Gamer’s Guide to Comic-Con 2010

Stumbled upon this nifty info since I was hunting for cute cosplayers. Apparently, if you live in San Diego, USA then you're a lot luckier than me and I'm definitely jealous because Comic-Con 2010 is happening there right now (or probbaly happened already). But to be sure, check it out...

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Tech Link (Industry): Andre Yang found doing "malpractice" of overclocking

Apparently, the famous Andre Yang, is banned for doing "malpractice" with the recently concluded MOA LOO contest. Well, he's banned at XtremeSystems.Org and HwBot also issued a 1-year ban on Andre and all those involved: Hiwa,, KJ and Skinnee.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Tech Link (Industry): SetFSB is still alive and kicking!

A looooooong time ago (ok, not too long), I was obsessed with the dark arts of overclocking. I scour each and every nook of the interweb forum and wreak havoc among the naysayers, blasphemers, unbelievers, those who lack faith and just outright spawn of the devils (I am actually refering to AMDroids if you're still lost). I would pin down all those rascals, the nasty claims against the God of Processors. I would battle them from graphics relevance, to power consumption; from price to performance; from socket changes to chipset differences; and even against those who claim no difference at all!

I operate beyond the shadows, beneath the cover of my pen name, and slay all those who would go against my belief. I am venageance, the mere mention of my name brings forth flames and sorrows against my enemies, for I am death_metal, the harbinger of doom, the right-hand of justice, the ultimate FanBoy!

Ok, what I'm trying to say is that my good ol' friend Abo is still alive and kicking and spewing out many versions of SetFSB, the great OC software. I never knew that he came back and started developing by June of this year again. Anyway, go visit his website, he's got a lot of cool new updates and who knows, your product might be supported.

Ah oh, if your product is not supported, let him know and he'll give you instructions and how it can be supported. He's a cool Japanese dood, and he helped me developed several Intel-branded board OC software back in the days.

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Tech Link: CPU-Z 1.55 is released

If you're like me, you'd have the latest and greatest CPU-Z version. Why? Because it's sexy! Go ahead and make your wet dreams more misty and juicy, grab the latest version, nom!

- VIA VX900/VX900M and VN1000/VN1000M chipsets.
- Intel Core i5-760, Core i7-875K and Core i5-655K processors.
- Intel Core i7-940XM, 840QM, 740QM mobile processors.
- Intel Core i5-450M, 540UM, 430UM, Core i3-370M mobile processors.
- Intel Pentium P6000 processor.
- New parameter in cpuz.ini : UseDisplayAPI.