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HW Roundup Remember Microsoft's Xbox? Y'know, the one that uses an Intel rather than an AMD chip and DDR rather than Ramboid memory?

Well, over at Hard OCP, Kyle seems to have somehow got hold of the press release and spilled the beans early about Intel's part in the games developer kit. Vtune is a performance analyser. The Xbox, of course, will not support those additional Screaming Sindy II instructions the P4 has.

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Chris Tom at AMD Zone is looking for some fresh benchmarks so he can give some new version of some AMD chip or other a fresh thrashing. What could that be?

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Tom's Hardware, in a piece called Tabula Rasa looks at six boards for the Intel Pentium 4.

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And at Ace's Hardware, there's a round up of Pentium III motherboards. There's a lotta life in these and in this chip, yet.

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Cebit is tempting JC into getting as many people as poss to go to the iWill stand, toute suite.

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