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The nutters from down under have returned. Insane Hardware has produced a review of the Thermaltake Super Orb. Designed for a 462-pin Socket A processor, this can shove 42 cubic feet of air around every minute. If you want to know more, you know what to do.



So, you've done the research, you've chosen your board and you've spent the money. But if you are a bit worried about the installation part, never fear because the sharky ones can help. They've put together a guide to upgrading your machine without causing damage to yourself, your carpet, your pet cat or your children. Click

here

for the rest.




More educational tools available from Maximum3D today. Having been asked probably every question people want an answer to about overclocking the Duron and the T-Bird, this lot have put together a step by step guide for the uninitiated. Go

here

to prove you can be taught.




Sharky has also taken a look at the little bro' to ELSA's Nietzschean video card masters, the ELSA GLADIAC MX. Click

here

for more from the fishy ones.




If you don't feel like learning anything else today, then check out a review of AMD's 1GHz TBird, at Hexus. They've stacked it up against a bunch of other processors, and there isn't a "how to" in sight.

Promise.

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Of course, there will be more from hardware land tomorrow, but if you can't manage until then, you know where you can get an instant silicon fix, day or night. The Reg archives are always open.

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