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OC Workbench has an exclusive peek at the latest offering from Soltek. The Soltek SL-75KVA-X mainboard certainly impressed these guys despite falling short of some of its competition in the overclockability stakes. Click here to get the rest of the story.



Sharky

has the lowdown on the year's best First Person Shooter games. Which one came out best this year and which one was left bleeding in a gutter? In the last two years the game that came top here also won the Game of the Year award, so check it out.




Hexus

has reviewed the Abit VP6 motherboard. I'll let them speak: "We talk about the mobo, install, benchies, and results, we also talk about VIA Drivers..." So get over there and have a look. Its loads better than the Millennium Dome...




And GA-Hardware have shrugged off any Scrooge-like feelings they may have suffered from and have a bag of goodies to give away. Fancy getting your hands on some free kit? They have A GeForce2Go Razor Scooter, a VisionTek GeForce2 Ultra Graphics card, an Nvidia Laptop Bag and three GeForce2Go T-Shirts. Chjeck out the rules

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