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Well, we thought they'd stopped coming in, but One2Surf has posted a review of the P4. It couldn't go by without a mention, so if you want to get yet more info on Chipzilla's fourth P, go here.



PC Mech

has taken the Mushkin Rev2 Cas2 PC-133 SDRAM and given it a little competition in the form of some quality PC-100. So if you want to know how it stacks up, this is the place to go.




Handy chaps that they are the boys at OC Workbench have translated some stuff from PCNews. An AMD Duron 600 at 900Mhz running a FSB of 150MHz, no less. So check that out on their

front page

.




Tweaktown has been tweaking again, well, not so much tweaking as messing around with kit for your benefit. They've posted a whole bunch of pics illustrating the 3DFX motion Blur. Check it

here

.




Anand

stages the "Final Battle of the Value Chipsets". It seems crystal ball gazing is the thing to do at this time of year.




It's an old one, but a good one. The "Scientific Explanation of Santa Claus" has appeared on ZZZ Online. Click

here

to be entertained and enlightened. [Whaddaya mean where's the IT angle? -

Ed

] ®



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