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HWRoundup Anand and friends take another step along the road towards the holy grail of decent bandwidth with a look at ServerWorks. An unlikely juxtaposition of words, true, but Anand seems impressed. DDR bandwidth without DDR? Check it out here, just don't mention the price.



HardOCP sits back and chills out with a ThermoEngine. Good name, but how cool is it really? Well, Kyle seemed quite happy and even had a few kind words for the TIM, which he says, is unusual in the extreme. So the only proviso is the price. Read the whole caboodle

here


Abit's KT7A RAID is taken round the block for a little reviewing action by VR Zone. This lot were so happy they could barely contain themselves: "I have managed to overclock my Duron 600 to 1156Mhz by setting VCore to 1.85V and also push the FSB to 160Mhz with Vio at 3.90V," they exclaimed. Well, that all sounds good to us, so check the whole thing out

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Overclockers online have taken a look at the KT7A RAID from Abit too. Find out what they thought

here

and do a bit of a contrast and compare exercise on yourselves.




Meanwhile, AMDZone's Chris Tom has posted a

review

of the Leadtek Winfast GeForce2 GTS. Both Athlon and Duron systems were marked on the old bench and they stacked it up against an ATI MAXX, just for fun.




Tech Review has come over sentimental and is running a contest to thank its readers for all their support. Well, we like it when people give stuff away and though you'd all like it too. Win yourself a Soyo SY-7ISA i815E Socket 370 Motherboard

here

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The random link for today, i.e. not especially hardware related, comes from DansData. It is a demonstration that although hell hath no fury a like a woman scorned, an overclocker certainly does. Take it away

Dan

and tell us all what you think about Dot Com madness. Don't hold back now. ®



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