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OC Workbench has shivered its way through a review of two copper coolers from Attech - the CM21 and the CM25. The CM25 gets the nod for being a decent piece of kit for not very much money.



We take a glimpse into the financial world over at

TechReview

, who've posted their CPU price lists. Things are cheaper than last week, but not quite so dramatic as the week before!


On a similar note, Sharky's weekly memory prices are also out

today

.




This is included purely on the basis of its truly silly name. Escape from Monkey Island. You know it? Well there is a

review

of the game over at Sharky's today, so check it out.




If money is not an issue - and it isn't if you are dreaming, then you may enjoy

this

look at overclocking on the P4, over at GamePC. It is a frenzy of benchmarking and tweaking, so get over there.




The ABIT Siluro GF256 GTS card is put through its paces over at XBitlabs. This lot conclude the card is one of the "most overclockable graphics cards based on NVIDIA GeForce2 GTS" which can't be bad. Click

here

to read the rest of it. ®



If you want more hardware stuff, then check out the Register archives.

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