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Soyo and Asus KT133As go head on

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HWRoundup HardOCP has a couple of KT133A boards left to tell you about, so it stacked 'em up head to head, let 'em go, and waited for the dust to settle. Who are you going to put your money on? Soyo or Asus? Click here to find out who is left standing.



X-Bit Labs discusses voltage tweaking on the Nvidia GeForce2 GTS and MX. Amazing what can be done with a soldering iron and dishonorable intentions towards clock speeds. Check it out

here


Hexus has worked itself into a graphics based frenzy with pieces on the new graphics core from Nvidia, the

nV20

and a quick wandering wonder about the price of the

GeForce3.


Another Asus A7M266 DDR mobo over at AMDMB.com. The basic recommendation seems to be that if you are looking to move away from an Intel board, this would be a good first port of call, but if you are KT133-ing it with the best of 'em, waiting for the technology top develop further would be a better bet. Click

here

for the rest of the review.




And now for the silly thing that goes on the end of the roundup. A computer can cooler. No, really. This is what happens when pweople have too much free time. Read it

here

.




One more for the road: Overclockers.com has refused to review the GeForce3 on the grounds that, at $700-ish, it is overpriced. Click

here

for all the reasons. It is true that can buy a whole computer for that money, but probably not in the UK. ®



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