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As they say in Monty Python, "...and now for something completely different..." Well, Sharky's has got a preview of the Voodoo5 5500 for the Mac (that is the different bit). The card has been totally redesigned for the Mac, so get over there and see what you think of the review.



More on the Athlon processor with another set of instructions on what to do to get this overclocked. Careful cutting and reconnecting of bridges, along with pictures, can be found

here

.




GA Hardware has got hold of another of the industry's talking heads. This time it is AMD's Drew Prairie in the hot seat. Follow

this

link to see what the man had to say for himself.




Two things from Dr Tom's today: he's posted this corollary to the

ATI Radeon

review - all the stuff he missed in his haste to get the original online. He's also posted an assessment of the Gladiac MX board from Elsa. This is the first consumer board based on the NVidia GeForce MX chip. To see what he thinks, point and

click

.




To round off today's round up, we direct you to a

three way comparison

of FSAA and image quality produced by the video cards from 3DFX, NVidia and ATI from Anandtech.®





While that brings things to a neat conclusion for today, you can find more of what you want in our Hardware round-up central.

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