Opera browser upgrade for the Wii?

"Rumours abound of Opera browser v.2.0 for the Nintendo Wii"

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According to rumours circulating the web, Nintendo Wii owners can get excited about better web browsing for their consoles fairly soon. After such a long wait it appears that Opera v.2.0 is about to be released, and there are a few things to get excited about.
Version 2.0, as it has been revealed to GameReactor, will feature a new button layout for the virtual navigation bar, and it will also be Wii Speak compatible. Users will have the option of utilizing a built-in mail client for the access of their Wii mail. The new browser will support tabbed browsing through a floating “tab cube” that will allow users to view thumbnails of up to six open tabs.
The browser should be available for only 500 Wii Points, but individuals, who already own the console, should be eligible for a free upgrade when the application is released in December.

Will you be upgrading to Opera version 2.0 for the Nintendo Wii when it's available?
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06-11-2008, 16:22:00

thank you for your fast help
but it contains on the box that it support core2duo and dual core

06-11-2008, 16:29:45

Yeah, motherboard manufactures have tweaked the lesser chip sets to work with the core 2s, but their idea of 'work' is running 100% stable at stock.

06-11-2008, 16:39:58

but is there another solution??
i have tried Easytune5 and reachead 2.4 but the memory freq. was very high

06-11-2008, 16:40:43

Agreed, grab a nice cheap P35/P45 and you will see some very good clocks on that CPU. Have fun :)

06-11-2008, 16:50:11

there is a new F6e bios avaliable but it still beta does it will make problems?
because the money now is for an new 9500Gt

06-11-2008, 16:53:45

Don't buy a 9500! Spend an extra £11 (from most sites) and get a 9600GT.. a 9500GT is a waste of cash, seriously.

Also, your motherboard doesn't officially support the C2D as Ham stated, so you will encounter problems anyway, no matter what BIOS you have.

06-11-2008, 17:03:53

thank's for the advice about the 9500 but i have to change the PSU to get the 9600

07-11-2008, 11:45:04

You're wasting your money on a 9500.. They're about a third of the performance of a 9600 if I remember correctly.

07-11-2008, 23:13:03

Actually the XFX 9600GSO is £66 and outperforms both.
HERE is a review.
And you can buy it HERE

If your planning on overclocking the PentiumD, get a P31. Low power usage and can get a decent oc for them on them.
I reccomend this one HERE

08-12-2008, 09:05:37

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