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The ever helpful and obviously deranged Aussies have been at it again. Go here to read about their Asus A7V. This one's been modified so that peeps without dipswitches can follow their guide and get it all working. Plus pics, so it'll be worth peeking at.



ABit BX 133 board gets the once over at OC Workbench. Could there be life in the old dog yet? Point and

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if you want to know more.




BX Boards reckon they've found a fun board for overclocking. Read their

review

of the


ABit KT7-Raid board for more details.




Warning: Epox boards and GeForce2 are suffering a little from the old oil and water problem. According to Martin over at Athlon OC, performance will not be exactly optimised with the two in the same PC. Check the full story out

here

.




And staying with the gaming theme, if you don't have an AGP slot on yer PC and you are into yer games, GA Hardware reckon you could do worse that to spend some cash on the V5 5500 PCI. They've posted their thoughts

here

. Planet Hardware seems to concur. Their thoughts are up for all the world to see

here

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