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One of the lads over at Tom's Hardware has done another AMD v Intel type comparison, but not just for speed or oomph this time. Today's foray into the competitive realm is looking for specifics. Which manufacturer caters best for MPEG-4? Click here for answers.



If you like your technology on the move, then this could be one for you. Anand has posted a review of the Aiwa CDC-MP3 Car MP3-CD Player. The

review

does have a slightly negative tone, but that doesn't mean that they didn't like it. After all, it scored a perfectly respectable seven out of ten, and this

is

still first generation stuff.




Front page of

BXBoards

has a little funny today. Has anyone else heard of overclocking addiction?




And it is preview time at Sharky's. They've managed to get their mitts on a beta Trinity A762, based on AMD's 760 DDR chipset. Click

here

for more info, and expect it to ship in the US in November for around $200.




I am not a geek. Such a good name! But enough wibbling, and on to the review. The ASUS A7V is inspected by another happy silicon junkie. Follow the

link

to see what happens next. ®



And if you still want more, you should seek medical help.

But seriously, if you do want to indulge in a little more semiconductor related stuff, check out the archives.

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