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The Super Orb. We don't know whether it can leap over buildings in a single bound or anything like that but it'll cool stuff down for you a treat. Click here to get the rest of the story from Hexus.



Tweaktown has taken a good look at the MSI 649D Pro AR Dual FC-PGA motherboard. [Who thinks up these names?], VIA's first SMP chipset based on its Apollo 133A AGP4x enabled chipset. If that ain't enough numbers and letters for you, go

here

to read the rest.




Sharky's site has given some consideration to the ASUS AGP-V7100, a GeForce2 MX based video card. Click

through

to read the resulting review. The card had a single VGA out and a single DVI out. It was tested and benchmarked into submission.




Thanks to HardOCP for this link. What a case! We are not sure if we are just talking computer case, or if, by dint of the effort involved, we have ventured into the realms of the head case, but none the less, check it out

here

. That, my friends, is dedication. ®



And more ware-that-is-hard is in the archives. But you all knew that already, right?

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