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You want Anand's take on the new Intel manufacturing stuff? Click here. And he even managed to restrict himself to a mere seven pages.



The Voodoo4 4500. Worth the effort or should we all spend the extra cash and get a Voodoo3? Click

here

to see what it does that made the boys at HardOCP get so happy - and keep going till the end, there is a twist in this tale.




The gang at Aces Hardware wants to tell you everything about overclocking socket A processors. And who are we to stand in their way? Gop

here

for the low-down on the more affordable end of the market.




More educational stuff, this time from Sharky. This is all about installing an IDE hard drive with a useful pre-install checklist to make sure you forget nothing before you start replacing bits of kit. Go

here

to find out how to avoid getting a technician in to do it for you.




Finally, a little retro moment over at JSI Hardware. So much stuff about the P4, but what about the old chestnuts that have been around for a while. How does, for example, the Celeron 600 do in a market where people are starting to talk about 10GHz processors as something other than fantasy? Check it out

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