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HWRoundup The new EPoX mobo showed up on Anand's site today. The board fares reasonably well and the sheer effort apparent in the new design wins lots of points. However, the design isn't perfect and the reviewer finds a couple of points that could be improved. Read the full monty here.



The Sharkster got out his bench and scratched some marks into it so that we can find out more about Transcend's TS-ASL3 i815E mainboard. As the fishy ones say, it is hard to tell the difference between a gem and a doorstop from the outside, so check out

the review

for a little enlightenment.




His mum thinks he's cool, and that is good enough for us. The guys at Iamnotageek have had a look at KT7A-RAID (yes, another one) and John tells us: "It has some interesting info about using an old KT7 BIOS that I haven't seen in any other review." Catch your interest? Have a look at it

here

.




OCWorkbench has sent out an alert to

these

snaps of a DDR board for Intel based on the ALi chipset. They have spys everywhere this lot.




BXBoards continues its KT133A frenzy with a

reveiw

of the Gigabyte GA-7ZXR. The verdict? A nice little board with all the stuff of overclocking wet dreams.




DansData continues its mission to educate the world about all kinds of hardware stuff with a step by step guide to connection sharing. Click

here

if, as Dan says, "...if you're wondering whether your proxy, NAT or hardware router thingy might be better replaced with NAT, a hardware router thingy or a proxy." ®



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