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Anandtech reveals what it describes as the facts about AMD's roadmap on these pages. More on the Athlon, the Thunderbird, the Mustang, the Doo-ron-ron-ron and the doo-ron-ron. At Tom's Hardware, there's a piece about WinHEC 2000. This annual conference usually has some good stuff about what's up and coming on the hardware front. Ace's Hardware, which you can find here, says it will review an Alpha DS10 system running Linux today. What a fine microprocessor the Alpha is. Now if only there was a version of Win2000 available for it. There's a preview of the Willamettte processor over at Hardware Central. At Sharky's, there's a step by step guide to building a PC.

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