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ATI's Radeon makes the GeForce 2GTS look limp

Dr Tom thinks so anyway

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Dr Tom has reviewed the Radeon graphics card from ATI. This review is so glowing that friends of The Reg are considering forking out for one. The card apparently comes with a list of features that make the Nvidia GeForce 2 GTS look poorly endowed. Impressed? Tom is. For the record, Anand didn't think it was too bad either. Read his thoughts (all 36 pages of them) here.



Graphics cards a go-go here today. Another (I know, I'm sorry) review of the Voodoo5 5500 card. This is probably one of the last one's we'll post for you, but as the guys at Duke of URL say, they do have Linux benchmarks. So if you like Linux,

check out

the review.




The frivolity never ends on

The Reg's

hardware roundup. As proof, we offer

this link

to Chick's Hardware. They have updated their case modification section. Some of these are actually very cool.




It never rains but it pours. More free hardware for those who are interested, System Logic is

giving away a Duron 700

. Details are at the bottom of their weekly CPUwatch page.




Last week, we brought you

Seti concept goes commercial

, and now Fullon3D has published an

interview

with DCypher co-founder Armin Lenz. Both DCypher and Process Tree are part of

Distributed Science

, one of the companies involved in the distributed computing venture. ®



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