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OC Workbench has posted a fix for the ABIT KT7 beta BIOS for the bug that means the KT7 won't boot with new Duron 600 CPU manufactured after week 31. New Durons have default Vcore of 1.6v. The patch can be downloaded from here.



There is some info up on System Logic's site from an

AMD seminar

. It might be of interest to some of you, so have a read.




Dr Tom has updated his performance data fom the SUMA GF2 GTS SE as well as posting late breaking news on the Detonator 3 driver. Point and

click

to read their observations.




If the whole budget PC thing is just too horrible to consider, then check out Anand's high-end system guide. Obviously not the stupidest amount of money a person could spend, but not to be sniffed at either. Go

here.

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Short and sweet, true, but it is Friday. And anyway, it's not like our archives aren't crammed with more juicy titbits.

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