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A claimed "worldfirst" today from the guys over at BX Boards, as they get up close and personal with the Asus A7 Pro VIA KT133 AGP 4X Socket A mainboard. Apart from the ludicrously long winded name, this has one feature you will certainly approve of: Multiplier Adjust. Check it here.



Tweaktown takes us through the finer points of the Gigabyte GA7ZM mobo today. The question that has to be answered is: Do good things really come in small packages? Well, follow the

link

to find out what the tweakers thought.




Rolotech has posted a review of the Matrox G450 videocard. He delves into such imponderables as: "Should an average user even consider one of these?" and explains what the whole deal is with Dual Head stuff, so check it out

here


Meanwhile, Anandtech's Mr Kuo takes a look at the ABIT SE6 Socket-370 i815E ATX. Having been impressed with the BX and KT133 solutions from ABIT, Kuo wonders how ABIT will handle the i815E chipset. Click

here

for the full story.




And to finish things off on a light note, we bring you some less than glowing reports from Sharky's game page. It is, in fact, a list of the ten worst games of the year. And why not? To poke fun at the less-than-fantastic is a pass time that we at

El Reg

heartily approve of, not that we would ever indulge in it ourselves though. Never ever. Click

here

and have a giggle. ®



If you are still wanting a bit more then instead of a hardware appetite suppressant, may we recommend you check out the Register archives.

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