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HWRoundup EPoX, clearly dejected after recent reviews from HardOCP, put together a board even Kyle could love. Quoth Mr. Bennett: "EPoX has done a bang-up job on the 8KTA3. This is the third KT133A board we have had the pleasure of testing, and I have to say it is certainly a board you will want to look at when and if you go to buy yourself an upgrade any time soon." So, have a look at the rest of the review to find out what EPoX pulled out of the hat to win such high praise.



ABits KT7A

reviewed

over at OCWorkbench. It would be something of an understatement to say that the guys were impressed: it has space for most heatsinks (not Super Orb though) plenty for the overclockers...in their own words: "Almost perfect."



The workbench boys are also excited about their Iwill KK266R photo gallery. If you fancy a quiet evening checking out the snaps click here.



TweakTown has taken a broad look at the subject of integrated chipsets. It takes a stroll through basics of what integration is and how it works, why we want it and so on. Then it looks more closely at a few of the chipsets on the market today - in particular Via manages to impress the guys. It seems we have come a long way since the first attempts, so have a read

here

.




And finally...case modding madness from 3DHardware. Part three in a series, this instalment looks at sensible things like how to keep all your cables neat, as well as more frivolous stuff like putting red lights in the box. Have a look, and get creative

here

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A bumper bag of Hardware Roundups can be found here.

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