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Anand takes time out from higher education to post, if not write, a new mainboard review. The Chaintech CT-7AIV2 Socket-A KT133 microATX is in for the treatment today. Go here if you feel as yet under informed.



Despite continued protests to the contrary, "I am not a geek" has behaved in a fairly geeky manner (reclaim the word geek!) and reviewed the QDI KinetiZ 7T Socket A Mother board. Check it out

here

.




Dr Tom's site comes over all musical with a roundup of three MP3 players. Big in the consumer market, these still count as hardware IMHO. So if you are thinking about a purchase - they are

gadgets

after all - then you should

check it out

.




Insane Hardware: has anyone else noticed that they've been a bit quiet recently? Probably watching the Olympics or something. Anyway, they have returned to the Roundup with a look at what how "dual orbage" can solve all your problems, provided you can get both to fit on your board. Click

here

for a bit more on the subject. ®



And that is it for today. Quality, not quantity that counts. But if this hasn't completely sated the hardware hunger, click through to the archives.

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