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The Abit Siluro GeForce-2 MX goes under the microscope at Sysopt today. Encouraging results from overclocking attempts - even with fairly basic cooling methods. All in all, a good deal for the price.



More gaming: Hexus has a stated mission to investigate all the GeForce cards on the market, starting with Elsa's offering. The

review

is the first in a series of three. Loads of pics and benchmarks for the easily distracted.




Gamers Depot has taken the Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 60GB ATA 100 hard drive for a spin, (Pardon the pun.) to see if its lives up to its specs. The only question remaining by the end of the

review

, is whether they could have liked it any more?




The festive season is nearly upon us, and Ars Technica has updated its system guide in honour of the inevitable annual shopping spree that

is

Christmas. You can check it

here

.




And last up, a subject close to my own heart: Superconductivity. ZZZ Online has posted a piece,

the second in a series

by the looks of things, discussing applications of superconductors. This is one for you if you fancy getting a little fresh blood round the brain cells. ®

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