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Game PC reckons its found the P4 board all other boards will aspire to be, and a worthy alternative to Intel's D850GB i850. The Asus P4T i850 board was the P4's get out of jail free card according to this lot. They use the phrase "nothing short of astounding", so check it out.



TweakTown has posted a missive on overclocking AMDs K7 stuff. After churning through this 14 page

monster

, the tweakers promise you will know everything you need to know to hit megahertz you never knew existed.




Two new reviews over at Rolotech. Firstly the

Elsa Gladiac Ultra,

and secondly the Diamond

MX300

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And if that wasn't enough, they are giving away an Elsa Gladiac video card with a set of wireless 3D Revelator glasses. Thankyou Santa.



Finally, One2Surf are claiming a first with their review of the ABIT VP6 - RAID motherboard. To say that they are fans (not in the rotating sense) would be something of an understatement. Check it out

here.

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If you are still feeling silicon-challenged, check out our archives for more hardware stuff than you could shake a stick at.

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