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HWRoundup No new Monster Trucks today, alas, but the good Doctor Tom's Hardware has embarked on a series showing how to build your own PC on a sub-$1000 budget, and the team promises can beat any wholesaler's offering. Find out what's in this dream machine here.



If you're fed up with using random billing specialists for your long-distance and international calls you may want to check out Creative Labs VOIP Blaster. Matt at GA Hardware gives it the

once over

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GamePC has a gander at Asus' GeForce2 MX card, the new V7100 Combo Deluxe. It's got 3D glasses... but no smell-o-vision. Find out whether it comes up smelling of roses

here

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OCWorkbench

keeps pushing their Durons to ever more dangerous frequencies. It's now overclocked to 158Mhz. They've also got their hands on a small footprint DDR the K7ADA SOYO, which you can read about

here

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What's that you say? Bring back Lucy? She won't come back until you send us more truck pictures, we tell you, so you'll just have to browser our HW archives

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