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Sharky Extreme has compiled its own version of Intel's plans for the future. A roadmap pieced together from snippets of info from various sources, this is what the big fishy ones think Intel has in store for the desktop CPU and chipset sector. We thought you might like to take a peek. Go here if you do.



If you like your articles liberally peppered with acronyms (or more correctly Sigla, when letters rather than word fragments are involved) then

this

piece about DDR SDRAM posted at AthlonOC.com may well be suited to your tastes.




More Detonator drivers up for inspection at the Trainwrecker's place today. More specifically, it is a Detonator 5.45 & 6.35 Update/ VisionTek GF2 MX Review and has a contest too, so we reckoned it might be of interest. Click

here

.




TweakTown sets the ABIT BX133 RAID Motherboard up against the ASUS CUBX in a bit of a slugfest of testing. It goes into the good the bad and the ugly, overclocking, SoftMenuIII, RAID and much more. Check it out

here


Finally, the folks over at PCStats have gone all silly over a 19-inch monitor. Bless 'em. A final score of 89 per cent is quite impressive, so if you are wondering what all the fuss is about take a

look here

. ®



More hardware stuff can, as always, be found in our archives. So be a devil and have a look.

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