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Johan at Ace's Hardware has posted an illuminating piece about AMD's roadmap which clears up a fair bit of the confusion surrounding cache. Never let it be said that The Register is prejudiced against one particular technology over another. No, we apply equal prejudice to all. Take a look, then, at this lengthy piece at Hardware Central which contrasts and compares DDR (double data rate) memory and Rambus memory. Prefer to pretend you're doing well at a game rather than failing miserably? Go then to Cheatfinder, which sho'nuff will allow you to become Nero if you're playing Caesar III... Sharky Extreme has posted its updated weekly look at microprocessor prices. ®

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