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There's a piece over at Overclockers Com which looks at the close relationship between ze Willamette chip and ze Rambus technology. On the subject of Rambus, still, there is some considerable debate following a piece on Anandtech a couple of days back. Go here to read more.

At Tom's Hardware there is an update about Via's Slot One plans.

Young Kyle over at Hard OCP has published some pix and spex related to the Abit KA7-100.

At AMD Zone there's lots of stuff about... er... AMD, including some details on release dates for the firm's new processors.

JC's pages point to this Chip Architect article about Mustangs, Willamette and more. ®

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