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ATI Radeon through the wringer

And yet more KT133A action

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HWRoundup HardOCP takes on the ATI Radeon and wins. No marketing blurb was left untranslated and no technical stone unturned. And HardOCP being HardOCP, there was a little peek at the overclockability of it. So have a read of the whole thing here. You know it makes sense.



Check out the Matrox G450

review

on I-am-not-a-geek. John confesses he's been sitting on this card for a month [must have been uncomfortable -Ed] but now that he's got round to having a proper look at it, he seemed to enjoy himself. But be warned - This Is Not A Gaming Card.




TweakTown has posted a review of some Ramsinks from Tech Patrol, an Aussie company. Now, we thought this might be something to do with sheep dipping, but it turns out it is just a heatsink for your video card RAM and SDRAM. And why not? Have a read of it

here

. Cheap, cooling and effective, just like a beer on a Friday afternoon.




FullOn3D put up

this

review of Soyo's KT133A board, and evaluates it chances in an increasingly packed out marketplace. The future for this board cannot be too bad because although it is not perfection in silicon, they had a lot of nice things to say about it.




And yet more KT133A related bits and pieces. Maximum 3D put together a

review

of the AOpen AK73 Pro mobo. To sum up: "Solid board, with nice options, including the talking BIOS you have all heard about." Succinct. We like that, so check it out. ®



And yet again you have reached the bottom of the page. However, fear not for we kind souls at El Reg have not chucked out all the other hardware roundups. No, we stashed them in the archives for just such emergencies.

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