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HWRoundup Is the 1.1GHz Athlon all it is cracked up to be?

Plus yet more gaming roundups, and a glimpse of the P4

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If you have oodles of cash burning a hole in your pocket and youy fancy owning the fastest processor on the market at the moment, are you going to get your money's worth? Chick's has reviewed the 1.1GHz TBird. Prepare yourself for a barrage of benchmarking. Read all about it.



ATI's Radeon DDR graphics technology is closely inspected over at Sharky's today. The guys have prepared an "in-depth" comparison with NVidia's Geforce2 DDR. If this tickles your fancy then go and check it out

here

.




They call themselves computer addicts, and with full on articles being devoted to the importance of cases, who are we to argue. To quote: "To most people a case is a case - Which is really unfortunate. Well, the truth is that there are cases and then there are CASES!!!!!!!!" We'll take their word for that. Go

here

for the whole story, plus pics.




Anand has come through today for the video card buffs out there, with his round up. There have been quite a lot of these recently. Maybe there should be a roundup of roundups...Anyway, click

here

for this offering.




And last, but by no means least, we bring news of a P4 picture update at Insane Hardware. Be careful you don't drool on your keyboard now. Go

here

to feast your eyes. ®



More things in the same vein can, as you would expect, be found in El Reg hardware archives.

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