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Icrontic want to show you how to separate the BIOS chip from a KT7. Why would you want to do this you may ask? Well, as with all such things, because you can would feature heavily in the list of reasons, and all in the name of cooling, warranties be damned. Go here for the rest.



Nike and the hardware roundup. Not the most obvious of bedfellows, but then in a break from making shoes Nike has put together an MP3 player, and

GamersDepot

has reviewed it.




[H]ardOCP gets out its reviewer's hat and takes a look under the bonnet of the

KT133A

. All your questions answered, in true Kyle Style.




Hands up who else thinks Dan (of Dansdata) is totally mad? (In a good way, of course.) Sane or otherwise, he's

reviewed

the very pretty Lian Li PC-31aluminium PC case. OK so it's aesthetically pleasing but is it worth the wedge of cash it costs? Go read the review to find out.




And finally... it has been said that a healthy society is one able to laugh at itself. Are you all a bunch of crazed loonies, or can you take a poke in the ribs without boo hoo-ing?

Here

is a test of the health of the overclocking fans, the ultimate overclocker's processor. Well, it made us laugh. ®



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