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Well, it is DDR-tastic out there today so first off we
wnted to bring you a sample of what the reaction has
been in Hardwareland.

Anand has posted his thoughts on the whole business. He ran a preview about a month ago, so this is a bit more concrete info for those who want to know. Follow this link to read the whole shebang.

Sharky does the business on the AMD 760 chipset too. And Tech Report have provided us all with an in-depth discussion of the 760 Chipset. Click here to find out what they say.

Analysis, benchmarking and comment. Well, why not?



Aside from the reaction to AMD's news, there are other


things going on. Not many, true, but we thought it


best to provide an interval of sorts in the main


performance of the 760 DDR.



Tweaktown, for example, has run a review of the Epox
EP BX7 +100 motherboard. They tested it against an MSI
815e motherboard. Click here to see how it did.



And back to the main show. AMDZone certainly couldn't


resist posting a piece on this one. We bring you more


reaction to the 760 DDR from AMD. AMDZone rates its


stability at 100 per cent, so for more info from Chris


and Co, go

here.

Likewise, Gamers Depot was unable to hold back from

waxing lyrical

about the Athlon DDR.



Check this one out for a background discussion as well
as a review.

For more frenzied hardware feeding visit our archives.

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