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Anand and Dr Tom check out Nvidia's latest

GeForce 2 Ultra and Detonator 3 drivers in the lab

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HW Roundup Iamnotageek.com has finished reviewing the ATI Radeon 64MB DDR. The fruits of their labours can be found here. This review concludes it is worth considering, if you have the cash to spend.



Anand has had a bit of a Nvidia fest on his site, with two reviews appearing yesterday. If you missed them, the GeForce 2 Ultra gets the treatment

here

and the Detonator 3 drivers are put under the microscope

here


More on the new GeForce2 Ultra now, with

this

article over at Hardware Review. I would expect a large portion of cynicism with this one, these guys are not impressed!




Even the good doctor was not immune to Nvidia fever. Two stories on his site too.

This one

reviews the Geforce2 Ultra, and

this one

investigates the Detonator 3 drivers.




PC Review.co.uk have a new Soltek SL-65JVB-X motherboard review. Apparently this board was so simple even a hamster could set is up. Cue laughter from tech support centres the world over. Click

here

if you want to know more. ®



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