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We can thank Kyle Bennett at HardOCP for pointing us to this link at I Am Not A Geek on how to booby trap your PC. No Semtex seems to be involved, but on the other hand you have to use the dreaded DEBUG utility to prevent intrusion of your box. We've added this link to a trusty Reg favourite 102 Ways to Kill your Computer.



Go to

Ace's Hardware

to see how they have installed Voodoo 5 in an incorrect manner to achieve incredible results...




And in typical Wibbly Wobbly self-referential style, get thee hence to

JC's pages

where he takes a small pop at

El Reg

for not revealing its sources. As we've pointed out in a separate snottogram™, if we revealed our sources, all of whom have signed NDAs such as

this fearsome Intel one

, they wouldn't tell us anything anymore and we'd just have to rely on press releases...




Puzzled about that pesky memory? Rigid about Rambus? Go then, now, to

Ars Technica

for an illuminating insight into the memory market.




AMD Zone

has a piece about Thunderbird and Duron cores being fragile and some solutions to this problem... ®



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