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And Visiontek GeForce2 GTS Ultra test drive

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Tweaktown - always happy to provide a service to the community - has written a guide to FSB overclocking Intel's stuff. This is not just for old hands, written, as it is in terms simple enough for overclocking newbies to grasp fairly rapidly. Click here to find out what the fuss is all about.



AthlonOC has taken a Duron 600 and a Tbird 750 for a spin. If you fancy finding out how a couple of class overclockers did on a test run, check out the link

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Has Anand made any changes to the Anandtech "dream system"? How much should you spend on a monitor? These, and other questions, are addressed in the site's regular guide to how to spend loads of cash on technology, otherwise known as the High End system Guide. So

point and click.


Iamnotageek [Why does that always make me laugh?] reckon's it has the first review of the Visiontek GeForce2 GTS Ultra to hit the web. A very pleasing piece of kit, it would seem so if you are keen on getting the best out of your gaming, you should read it

here

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