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Dr Tom ponders atomic tweezers

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The Abit SE6 i815e mainboard gets a once over at Planet Hardware. While it performs well the reviewer has lost his heart to the Asus CUSL2, and the Abit board just can't compete with its perfection." Want to know why? Click here for the full story.



Reported on the good

Dr Tom's

site, tiny tweezers made from DNA could one day build electronic circuits atom by atom. There is more info on the BBC's site

here

. Very cool.




The second part of Jsi Hardware's GeForce FSAA review is online now. There is much more detail about FSAA, and the reviewer tries the card out on a few more games. Click

here

for the second instalment, and

here

if you missed part one.




AMD's 64Bit Hammer goes under the microscope at CPU Review. The review is posted

here

but they seem to be having some technical problems with the site, so the link may not work. We thought we'd let you know where it was though, since the site is bound to be up again soon.




Up next, a GFD review at AMD Power. Click

here

for more details. It's by the Overclockerz Store, and proudly boasts a mere six dipswitches. ®



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