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HWRoundup Hexus reckons its got a little bit of scoopage for you today. They've got pics of the "Core" heatsink - a codename, as you may have guessed. Anyway, they are very happy about it, and who are we to stand in the way of their joy. Click here to enjoy.



Sharky, who has been quieter that usual for a while, has posted an account of adventure in P4 overclocking. Click

here

to indulge in a bit of wanton chasing of MHz.




XBitLabs has collected seven, count them, seven hard drives and put them through the wringer. Frankly the idea of rotating at 7,200 rpm makes us quite dizzy, so if you want to know how the players worked out, you know what to do: Click

here

.




TweakersAsylum have gone forth and gathered much info on Nvidia Detonator drivers. Then they reckoned they'd share it all with the world at large. So, if you like the idea of a "huge NVIDIA Detonator Driver Database" for Win2K, follow the link

here

.




Over at Dansdata, the eponymous Dan has outdone himself. Go

here

to read about MouseSkatz, some sticky stuff to put on your mouse feet that makes it slide around better. From the sublime to the truly ridiculous, and a very good example of what happens when you have too much time on your hands. ®



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