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HWRoundup: Dr Tom burns fast CDs

And loads of motherboard action from hardware land

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The friends of the good Dr Tom take a gander at the new 12 speed CD Rewriter from AOpen. There really isn't much these companies can do on the aesthetic side. But it isn't about the package, so get over there and find out whether the insides are any prettier.



The Abit KT7-RAID motherboard gets itself reviewed over at Penstarsys.com. A little bit of background, the social history of the board in effect, loads of pics and a generally glowing review (how bad can it be at 95 per cent?) So check it out

here

.




And if you want to do your own contrast and compare, the very same piece of kit has been given a thorough testing by the fishy ones over at Sharky Extreme. Click

here

to see what they had to say about it.




More coolers that you could shake a stick at over a Dans Data today, as his chip cooler roundup takes the top spot on his front page. Click

here

if you feel you need to chill.




And finally, our thanks to the guys at

HardOCP

for this one. Beddoestech's eponymous founder has run a review of the MSI K7T Pro2

here

. ®



Anything more than that will have to wait for tomorrow, or be found by digging through the archives. Get rumaging!

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