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HWRoundup As predicted here last month, last year, last century, and indeed last millennium, the never ending story of price cuts on microprocessors drags on. AMD duly cut prices on its Durons and Athlons yesterday by as much as 20 per cent, and you can find details of said axings at AMD Zone and JC's.



The world and the world's dog are waiting with barely bated breath for the law suits to start making a mint over the different Rambus law cases. Get your browser's ass then, down to

Rambus Site

, where all the complaints are there for you to salivate over.




Kicking Kyle at

Hard OCP

is looking at the GeForce 3. Last time we met Kyle was at an Asus party in Old Taipei and he wasn't gazing at the mobos down there in that rocking night club, no sirree...




Been such a long time that we've done this hardup roundware stuff that we typed in

Anandzone

instead of

Anandtech

by mistake. Oops. Little Anand is looking at heatsinks....




And this is obviously still cutting hedge stuff. Cos over at

Tom Pabst's place

there's a review of 24 "extreme coolers for overclocking gourmets". Lawks.




Because we'd lost our stent we missed Intel's Louis Burns scribbling the P4 roadmap on the supper table in San Jose last week. But never mind. The show must go on, and the next big show to go will be the annual big Messe at Hangover, also known as Cebit. At

Fullon 3D

you can see a preview of what Asus will be showing the assembled folk who have to traipse around the

Cebit Spirit of Tomorrow

.



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