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Chick's Hardware (love the name) has posted a review of the Videologic Vivid 32Mb video card based on the Kyro chipset. Plenty of FSAA and T-buffer technology, and not a mention of polygons per second, honest. Well, maybe a small mention, so don't sue us alright?



Just a quick one from the newly launched Sharky games page, in case you hadn't bookmarked it yet. They've done a review of Madden NFL 2001. We don't know anything about it here, but if you like your games, it may be worth having a snoop around the site. Go

here

for more details.




And The Tech Zone has updated the weekly hardware price index. Always useful for those who like to be on top of these kind of things. Point and

click

for maximum benefit.




Two good 'uns for you from Planet Hardware - and do they ever let you down? (No actual answers required.) Firstly there is a

review

of the Abit KT7 mainboard if you are feeling all techy. And if you are having a bit more of an OS moment, there is the

guide

to installing a new operating system, if that is more your bag.




Back at Sharky, but sticking to the actual hardware page, there is a review of the ASUS A7V mainboard. Building on the good rep the company has this one scored a nine out of ten with the fishy hardware buffs. Check it out

here

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