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HWRoundup Kyle at [H]ardOCP has posted this link to Lost Circuits, who have taken an in depth look at AMD's 760 DDR chipset. If Kyle rates them as reviewers, they must be doing something right, so check it out.



Not exactly hardware, I know, but the [H]ardOCP lot have also posted an "Inside the mind of Stuart." It was quite surreal, and got a smile out of

Reg

the company vulture who is a miserable b*stard at the best of times, so we thought we'd share it with anyone who hadn't seen it already. Read it

here

and make sure you swallow that mouthful of coffee before you begin.




For a short time only, the Sharksters are running an interview forum with some bods at AMD. Gotta question? Then click

here

and fire away. The top 20 questions will be passed on and the answers will on the site later on.




Chris Tom over at AMDZone has found and posted a new bios for the Asus A7V version 1005D. He says: "It is dated 1/29/2001. I do not know what the new features are, but I flashed it and I had no problems." If this is your kind of thing, investigate further at the end of

this

yellow bricked link.




And finally, PC Stats have counted up the votes for people's favourite sites and has distributed the top 100. In the email notification we were sitting at number 35, but we checked the site and seem to have jumped up the rankings a little. Not ones to blow our own trumpet or anything, but

El Reg

is in there at number nine, at the time of writing. Check it out

here

. ®



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