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Asus A7V clip troubles sorted

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Insane Hardware gets its mitts on the Asus A7V mainboard, and sets about extolling its virtues. Read more here.

The A7V is also up for discussion at Tweaktown. Now this lot don't want to be seen to be slating the board, which they seem quite fond of, but they would like to point out that the Antipodes have been getting boards with serious clip problems. Fortunately they also have a plan for fixing it, so if you are suffering the Southern Hemisphere blight, click here for more info.



The nuts and bolts behind overclocking get a look in at Hexus today, with a lowdown on the nature of heat and a bit of thermodynamics to explain why water beats air in cooling. Go

here

for more on the second law.




SlotA has posted a review of the Biostar M7MKB socket A motherboard. It is held up for inspection against six other socket A's holding its own quite nicely. Sound like your kind of thing? Then point and

click

.




What is it with K's and V's? Quite a fixation the chip meisters have there. Andrew's story on

VIA apologises for Nazi gaffe

covers this. But I digress... on with the roundup.




The ABIT KT7 RAID has been warmly received at

OC Workbench.

It seems the manual and associated bumph is better that it used to be, and they reckon that the board is a lot of fun, if you have the cash.



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