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Anand gets his teeth into Nvidia's GeForce2 Pro. Faster than a GTS and cheaper than an Ultra, but is it any good? Well, the conclusion isn't snappy, but can best be summed up in the sentence: yes, but we probably won't buy it. Go here for the rest.



The Sharky boys don their

tech support

hats and put together a guide to CPU installation for the nervous. Even if you are a master of CPU swapping, it's always worth reminding yourself of the basics. Step one: Stand in bowl of water, step two: plug computer into main power socket...




More KT133 action anyone? Well get your mice moving to click

here

to read the nutty boys-from-the-other-side-of-the-planet's take on the MK33 KT133 board from Aopen.




Gamers Depot have had enough of the wurbling about the P4, so they abducted a key Intel spokesman, shut him in a small dark room on a three legged chair and prodded him with pointy sticks until he sang like a canary. Actually, I made all that up, but they did get an interview with PR man George Alf. Check it out

here

.




Finally, the first signs of the Christmas shopping rush are showing, even in Hardware Land. Tech Review has taken a look at the CPU prices this week and noticed a decidedly upward trend. Have a read

here.

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