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Will Asus have multiplier dipswitches or not? This is the question of the moment in hardware land it seems. The self described "peanuts" down under at Insane Hardware have gathered some info and posted it for your perusal here



Part two of System Logic's Duron review is up online today. They reckon they managed to boost its performance by 11 per cent. Go

here

for more details.




Now it is time for the battle of the acronyms at Planet Hardware. The major gaming companies are pitched in a

shootout

to find the best of the FSAA techniques used.




More competitive action, but this time you get to join in. Fancy your chances of winning an Apha-PAL 30T? Check out Trainwrecker's site for

contest details

and a review.




System Logic have again managed to provide something to amuse and distract a "working" surfer. They have published an article/rant (delete as you prefer) about tech support and bulletin boards. A potent mix, for sure. Go

here

to read it.




Lastly, Fullon3D has interviewed Abit's Eric Boeing, live in the chat rooms. To find out what they nattered about, point your pointy pointer

at this




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