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HWRoundup Overclockers Online take a look at the inner workings, so to speak, of the Asus A7M266 mobo, based on AMD's 760 chipset here. This is Asus' first socket A DDR board, so it should be interesting to see how it goes.



Sharky's posted the "Ask AMD" stuff

here

. The second in their "readers ask the questions" series of interviews with industry company executives. Find out if they got a good grilling.




Lost Circuits posted

this

piece about Transcend's TS-ALR4 motherboard. A classic case, they tell us, of a BIOS gone bad, so check it out.




I-am-not-a-geek.com has posted its review of the OCZ Implosion FT-1000. Fancy name, case with a few gizmos, we thought. But blimey,

this

monster really is quite impressive. For goodness sakes, hold onto your propellered hats for this one.




And Kyle, we salute your lunacy. Well done that man. For those of you who have missed it, check out Kyle's postings

yesterday

(22 February). All your base do indeed belong to us, and its

updated

too. ®



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