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The good Doctor delves into the world of alternatives to the Intel i815/e. The main rival is from SiS, imaginatively titled SiS630S. Go here to see if the competition is up to the challenge.



The head honchos at NVidia are put to the question over at the Duke or URL's site today. Could all the confustication about the drivers for Linux finally be resolved? Go

here

to find out.




Overclockers Australia has been sent a design for a circuit that will vary the power supplied to the case fans depending on the temperature reported to it by a thermistor. Sound kinda groovy? Well, get over there and

check it out

.




Anand and his mates have reviewed the Elsa Gladiac Ultra 64MB GeForce2. This one only got a six out of ten rating from Anand, but as he has explained on many previous occasions, this isn't bad, it just isn't exceptionally goo. Click

here

to read more. ®



Anything else hardware related can easily be found in the Register archives.

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