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Many hardware sites are reporting a ZD story about Intel getting round to producing its cut-down Celeron processor using a 100MHz system bus, as reported here and here in prehistory.

Intel's obviously in a bit of a dither about this. The second of the stories linked to above tells how Intel says it can do this whenever it wants.



Tom's Hardware

looks here at a snazzy Sony digital device which uses Firewire IEEE-1394, the interface that dare not speak its name in Jason Zilla's USB 2.0 division at Intel.




Sharky Extreme has posted a buyer's guide to high end performance systems which you can find

at this point in Cyberspace

.




Hardware Central talks about Rambus memory for video, a piece which can be found

here

.




Interested in cooling? Take a gander at

Insane Hardware

, where there's all sorts of fascinating stuff about aluminium water jackets and the like.




The extremely good

Sandpile

, has posted a die picture of the Pentium 4. Isn't it pretty? ®



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