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HWRoundup At JC's there's some Taiwanese leakage of a dual Athlon socket A mobo from Tyan.

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Ace's Hardware reports that AMD's mobile Palomino is set to ship next Monday and also points to an interview with an AMD suit. But see elsewhere...

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Because we missed our hardware roundup yesterday, we haven't yet reported on Taiwanese Iwill's problem with its KK266 mobo. Go to its site for details. There's a review of this mobo at Via Hardware.com.

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And at Tom's Hardware there's a review of three DDR mobos from Asus, Biostar and Gigabyte. Like us, the reviewer wonders how long AMD's own chipset is for this world.

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Intel is resolute that it will be in chipsets forever, and over at Anand's place there's a review of an Epox mojo using the 815EP chipset.

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Lastly, but not listlessly, you can now download version 3.0 of WCPUID if you want to know more than your next door neighbour about the guts of your PC.

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