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HWRoundup Glide Underground delves into the world of RAM, as Chris Kim reviews PC133 memory from Mushkin. Four out of a possible five stars can't be a bad thing, and while the real whizz bangers out there might not be utterly amazed, this gets big points for reliability.


More Mushkin stuff can be found over at Tweaktown, who have taken a peak at the PC150 HSDRAM. Click here for the whole caboodle.


And for your daily dose of graphics related stuff, look no further than GA Hardware's review of the new Kyro based graphics card from Videologic. The tester has different drivers, but otherwise this one runs like the ones in the shops.


Monitors. We shout at them a lot when we are cross with our computers. The poor things take the brunt of our evil tempers (unless we own shotguns) but sometimes we should do as JSI Hardware does and take a closer look. An inspection of the Belinea 106030 can be found here.


The predatory fishes at Sharky Extreme have been investigating the FIC AZ11 mainboard here. Benchmarks ago-go. My first in two weeks...


Want to overclock your PIII but don't know how? Planet Hardware has posted a guide to show the way to the hopeful. Go here for your enlightenment. ®

More stuff of a similar nature can alwys be found with a quick trawl though our archives. Enjoy, Oh hardware fiends.

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