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Voodoo PC Confuses Night With Day ! - 10/31/2004 9:31:02 PM   
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PC maker Voodoo PC has sent us a press release dated the 1st of November from a place called Calgary in Alberta saying it has made the fastest gaming computer in the world.

Hey, that's fine. But as everyone knows, the African religion Voodoo came from, considers All Hallows Eve its finest hour, so how come Voodoo PC is pre-announcing the product for All Souls' Day? We guess it won't take you very many nanoseconds to figure this one out.

It's PR-emptive strike. Voodoo's PR is that this has got "Rage Nvidia SLI inside", inside a machine that uses AMD's FX-55 but not as far as our apparatus detects, Windows XP for AMD64.

As usual, PR is the bottom line - Voodoo PC wants us to point you to its web site to configure one for yourself, but as Baron Samedhi's day was yesterday, and Erzulie's was Friday, we think we'll just leave you in the dark space between day and night. You can't diss the gods between twilight and daylight on Halloween.


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