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HWRoundup The explosion of KT133A motherboard reviews has not stopped over the last few days. Anand and friends took a look at another contribution yesterday, the K7T Turbo Socket-A KT133A ATX from MSI. Can they bring something new to the party? As preproduction samples go, this one must have been fairly good scoring 8.5/10, but the tweakability wasn't so hot. Find out why here



The question of whether to buy a P4 system or not seems to be largely a financial one. Do you want to spend $1500, at all. And then if you do, do you want to spend it with Intel? The good doctor himself asks these questions over at

TomsHardware

, and has a go at answering them.




Andy has posted some P4 1.6GHz overclocking results on

BXBoards

. Its on the front page, so check it out fast!




HardOCP is always good for these: they've posted

this

picture of what the very bored or very determined will do when networking just gets too painful.




OCWorkbench

takes a look at the ASUS A7V133 board (see, I told you the explosion was ongoing). They spake thusly: "It is a board which is definitely a good choice for someone who needs a KT133A board for the support of newer Thunderbirds." Measured, perhaps, but praise nonetheless. ®



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