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HWRoundup Dr Tom has taken a look at the latest instalment in the DDR Saga, DDR for the PIII in the form of the VIA Apollo Pro 266 mobo. Marketing nonsense or a sensible move? I don't want to spoil it, so just click here if this caught your attention.



HardOCP's done a cooler

roundup

. They slapped a bunch of heatsinks on the new SOYO board (the K7VTA Pro) and periodically checked the temperature. Want to know which one did best? Combatants included kit from Alpha, Global Win, Vantec, and Taisol.




Tech-Report came over all interrogative and fired off a bunch of questions to Tim Sweeny, the lead programmer at Epic about the P4 architecture and how it fits in to the world as it is. You can read the Q&A session

here

, and their review of the P4 itself

here

.




Amdmb.com has posted the pictures of the recently spotted Tyan Dual Athlon motherboard. For those as is interested, you can find 'em

here

.




If you got an email that said this:


Matt killed my voodoo 3! AHHHHHH! After kicking it around my desk for a few days I felt that old urge coming up from deep within. You know that one that just says BUURRRRRRNNNN

...you'd probably want to know what it was all about. I'll pass on that curiosity. Click

here

to find out what the Hardware OC boys are on about.




The boys at Tweaktown have braved the hot weather to bring you

this

review of the Gigabyte 60XE i815EP motherboard. We should all tip our hat to them for risking sunstroke in the name of silicon based shit. ®



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