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Tom's Hardware has a guide to overclocking the Celeron. Despite the recently released Duron edging the Celery out of the way at the budget end of the market, the old reliable from Intel still has a place in someone's heart. Point and click to find out why.



Meanwhile, Sharky's takes a butcher's at the P3 1.13GHz CPU. The first consumer CPU to pass the one gig barrier, this must be

worth a look.

Any questions or comments should be addressed to the author of the review.




Things are busy over at OC Workbench. Azriel has two announcements. Firstly that his P3-700 posted at

1120MHz

and secondly that they've managed to get the T-Bird running at 900Mhz. Check out the forums for

more details.


PC Stats has investigated all the salient features of the

GA-60XM7E board

from GigaByte. As well as getting the thumbs up for being a decent all rounder, the guys and gals at PC Stats reckon this would be ideal for the first time overclocker.




Dans' Data has followed its review of the v1.00 Asus A7V board with a "concise" peek at the v1.01 issue. Go

here

to become enlightened. It is all on one page, but there is some serious scrolling to be done...




The FIC fab in Taiwan actually let the self-professed crazies from Insane Hardware in on a tour. Still, the guys did manage to restrain themselves from stealing the jackets issued them at the start of the tour, and made it back to

tell the tale.


While the sun is shining and summer is here, the thoughts of one reader turn to Christmas, naturally enough. Have a quick look at Duxcw.com for what has to be the first

Christmas wish list

of the year. In the population over ten anyway.®



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