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I'm back from Crete and back into the way of the chip.

First off - a five-way video card shoot-out is underway at Planet Hardware. Since all the companies involved are big on the whole six month cycle, the reviewers need to be too! Who will be left standing this time? Go here to find out.



The MSI MS-6153 motherboard gets checked out at 3D Hardware. And whaddaya know, it didn't do too badly. This one was a winner from the time the box was opened, which just goes to show that the power of a shiny and colourful manual should not be under estimated. For the full story, as always, you need to point and

click.


And there is a September 2000 industry update from Real World, where they dissect the the OEM Roadmap from Intel. Click

here

if this is the kind of thing you wanna know about.




Hard OCP reviews the VD133 Pro from IWill, under the guise of tracing the history of computer.

Reading this

, one senses the very special place these guys hold in their hearts for a particular computer game. No prize for guessing which one. Not even a T-shirt. ®



And, you know where to go if this has left you wanting more. What's that? You want a link? OK: to the archives!

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