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HWRoundup Anand gets the Mobos talking

Crystal ball time

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Anand obviously got himself a crystal ball and did some serious future searching to produce this glimpse into the future of motherboards. We'd tell you what he said but that would kind of defeat the object of the exercise.



The guys over at Sharky's got their mitts on a particularly co-operative Creative labs Annihilator2 Ultra. Well, these things do happen. And the full review? Check it out

here

, but for a snapshot: smashed the benchmarks, but the software bundle compares

badly

with the competition.




System Logic has

reviewed

the Abit KT7 RAID board. Fair to say that they were not happy bunnies when they started but even so they could only find half the available points to give this one. An unusual five out of ten. Oops.




Overclockers.com.au launches its PC database today. Having been beta tested for the last three months, they assure us that the bugs have been exterminated. You add your stuff to a searchable database of user PC's. Spec, configuration, benchmarking info and pictures. Time to put your money where your mouth is? Click

here

. ®



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