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It's a little while since yours truly has done the hardware round up, but Lucy S is off today, so here we go.

And rest assured that we've been clicking around the wibbly wobbly web in the interval, keeping in touch with what's going on.

And so over first to Slot A, which has updated its list of Athlon Powers motherboards. There's 119 now.



What happened to all that fun info we used to get about Anand the Schoolboy over at

Anandtech?

. Sure, the site's got slicker but we miss those references to homework and to his mum. We met his mum at Computex - she attended all the interviews...




That big lad Kyle Bennett at

HardOCP

has started getting flak from the Nvidia flaks, who, however, insist that that they're not attempting to control content on the Web. Should think not...some of us remember Tom Pabst's

little difficulty

with Intel...Take a look too at

Insane Hardware

for more on this spat.




At

JC's pages

there's some interesting tables giving benchmarks for Alpha processors. Whooey -- they run like... er... wildfire.




Lastly, and never leastly, over to our favourite hardware site,

Hardware.com

, which is filled with some intriguing devices, none more so than Rodda, the low-odor, low VOC latex paint. Toodle pip. ®

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