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HWRoundup HardwareOC takes the one-gig offerings from both of the big chip players and takes them both out for a spin, along with a handful of their less speedy friends. First place goes to the Thunderbird in this instance. Click here to find out why.



Maximum3D plays host to the ultimate hardware pissing contest. Just about everyone running a hardware site has compiled the spec of the machines they use everyday and Maximum3D has posted the list for a compare and contrast fest. Click

here

and see how the pro's systems compare to yours.




OC Workbench takes a look under the hood of the

DFI AK74 AC mainboard

and comes back impressed with both the performance and the stability of the board. Benchmark wise, the boys reckon it is only slightly behind the Soltek SL75KAV-X.




Possibly the first ever DVD Mod article is up at Chicks Hardware. Thoughtful people that they are, they've included a step by step guide for anyone who wants to have a go with their own kit. Click

here

for this one. ®



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