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News at Ace's Hardware, that Socket A boards are mysteriously rising out of the deep in preparation for chips that will sit in them.

At JC's site, there are some interesting thoughts on Rambus...

Look, there's nothing better than the BX chipset....and over at Tom's Hardware, you can find a review of the latest in BX iterations from Asus, called the CUBX.

There's a review of a KA7 KX-133 over at Sharky Extreme.

And Anandtech takes a gander at a Quantum Fireball drive. ®

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