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Wondering if you should fork out the extra cash for the 64MB GeForce2? Click here before you do, as Tech Review compares the 32MB and 64MB versions. And did you ever wonder what the different settings on the GTS driver build actually do? Follow this link to Planet Hardware who have explained everything.



Planet Hardware has also reviewed the ASUS CUSL2 i815e motherboard

here

, and Anand's site has got an Intel i815 and i815e motherboard

roundup

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Meanwhile, Fullon3D has written up a comparison of VIA's new integrated chipset, the ProSavage PM133 and the Intel 815 chipset. Both chipsets feature integrated video as well as standalone AGP slots. Click on through for

the full story

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Giving in to destructive urges is not often a good thing to do, but that doesn't mean it should never happen. Brace yourselves, this is a picture of a badly

mutilated Thunderbird.


The kind people over at Ace's Hardware have now completed their memory technology guide. Part two is

here

. Rambus vs DDR SDRAM: it could go on forever couldn't it?




This last one made us laugh. Thankyou to JC for keeping us entertained.

Enjoy it



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