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Tom's Hardware has posted the full review of ATI's Radeon. Despite a period in the "no serious competition" doldrums, this new offering seems to have come good, as they say. This review compares the Radeon with the Asus V7700 Deluxe.



More Duron v T-Bird notes to pass. This "Sibling Rivalry" piece from HardOCP promises "quick and dirty" overclocking results. Click

here

for more.




Meanwhile, Byte.com has done a field test of four "tablet" style computers. These, it suggests, will change the face of computing. Interesting? Click

here

for the review. This is only part one, so have your bookmark handy.




Hardware One

has provided

this

link to a review of the 3D Prophet II 64MB. To quote directly from the review: "Bottom Line: A great card with some minor quibbles that could be fixed with newer software and possibly a BIOS upgrade. For all of the features, you can't beat the price." Well, I can't really add to that can I?




To finish off today, Tweaktown has posted a quick guide to Socket A Orb cooling. So just chill out. Alright? Oh, you'll be wanting

this link

then. ®



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