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Find out if the SiS630, i810E or Aladdin 7 is best in a ruck

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GeForce2 MX gets the OC Workbench treatment here. Now, while the performance is nothing to get over excited about, it was never going to be, and for what it is, OC Workbench says it is very good. So sit back, and have a thorough read.



There is a sneak preview of the new board from EPoX over at VR Zone. Apparently this has all been a bit hush hush, but if you want a bit more info, just click on

through

to the otherside.




Navid of forums fame from Chicks Hardware has posted a quick

review

of the P3 850MHz. You never know what is possible until you try, and despite a warm reception it only managed six out of a possible ten.




Techphiles may just be celebrating their first month-i-versary, but they have already got stuff to give away. Click

here

if you wouldn't mind getting yer mitts on a GeForce DDR.




The good Dr Tom is currently host to an article detailing a three-way battle of budget boards. Who would you put your money on: SiS630, i810E or the Aladdin 7? Follow the yellow brick

link

to test your predictive powers. ®



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