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HWRoundup Dr Tom takes the Asus A7V to the limit

And the Duron gets tweaked agian

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Are overclockers getting extra clever or is this just a nice little trick you can use to win friends and influence people? Oh, probably a bit of both. Tom's Hardware posted a "How to?" guide to pushing the Asus A7V to the max. Go here to find out how it is done.



If you wanted another angle on the whole Duron overclocking thang, you could do worse that checking out Temple of Tech. Good name, what do you think of the

review?

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It is that time of the month again - no not

that

time, the high end hardware guide time. Check out the

guide

over at Sharky's page.




It's a late night, you've overclocked 'till you've dropped and you want to chill out. You feel like watching a filmn or listening to some music. But you know you can't do this on just any system. It has to be the best. But where to start? Well, check out what

OC Workbench's

first glance at the issue. ®



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