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Quantum's Atlas-V hard drive goes under the metaphorical microscope at Insane Hardware. All round glowing reports were to follow, particularly for use in video editing and graphic design.


More hard drives from Dr Tom's today, as IBM's Deskstar family of drives gets a thorough seeing to. Ooer missus. Click here to read about the fastest IDE drive ever.


The Duron and the Athlon go head to head on AthlonOC, taking a look at the whole L2 cache thing. But it's all about market share y'see. For a clearer picture, follow the link.


OC Workbench has posted a pic of a sliced Pentium III. That has got to megahurt. (Sorry, but I couldn't resist.)


That Duke of URL has been busy, and has produced a round up of SDRAM. Click here for the enlightening pearls of wisdom etc...


We love case mods here at The Reg, and this lot (updated) from Tweaktown made us smile. Which was very kind of them, since it is a Monday. Click here for the pictures. ®

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