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Athlon KV200-R KT133 also proving troublesome

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Insane Hardware has a report on the continuing compatibility difficulties that the ELSA Gladiac seems to be suffering from. Now there are problems with another Athlon mainboard - the KV200-R KT133. Click here for more info. No one knows whose fault this is yet!



If you are a budding Linux user, but don't really know where to start then this could prove useful. The Duke of URL has published an article going over the basics of what to put in your Linux box, as well as what not to do. Go

here

and be informed.




CPU Review has got a review of the Gigabyte 7ZM board. Although not effusive in its praise, the site's reviewer does seem to be at least

mostly happy

with the board, if not the tech support department.




System Logic has a tip for anyone having stability problems with their AGP bus. Must haves are an AGP card (no, really?) and a fan plugged into the aforementioned card. Interested parties would do well to follow this

link

.




Anf finally, just because it is funny, have a quick peek at

this one.

Suggestied captions for the picture include "Why use your palm when you can get Claudia to use her Palm instead?". Not in very good taste, we know, but funny anyway. Sorry if anyone is offended. ®



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