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HWRoundup Don't spell www.anandtech.com wrongly, as in inserting an extra letter of the alphabet in the wrong slot, otherwise you might well encounter "hot stuff" that may turn out to be harder than the hardware you usually see in your meanderings. An interesting method of, shall we say, leveraging on Anand's success and his hits.

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On the far more interesting site without the naked girls, and the extra letter of the alphabet, there's the usual weekly dose of CPU and video card prices. Hefty price drops were the order of the week, it appears.

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Lots of people are still getting very excited about new Athlons released yesterday but we're going to ignore most of that today. Take a look here at some GeForce 3 stuff. Some US analysts think Nvidia may be the new Intel. God help them and us.

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Ed Stroglio has an interesting piece here at Overclockers about warranties on chips and how overclocking might void any guarantees - and put you out of pocket big time.

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There's a picture of Kyle Bennett's dustbins up on his Hard OCP site for some reason or other...

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Young JC is doing his tax return or something but manages to find out that AMD is doing an ad based on The Six Million Dollar Man. The ad uses the Powered by DDR Memory logo that we reported AMD had trademarked a while back. This is some "loose kind of consortium" a suit told us at the time.

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Finally, another mention for Endian.net, which does a pretty good job collating all the different chip and other stuff that crops up online.

For more nuts'n'bolts, spanners'n'chisels, fans and fabs and other fings, check out the Mumbai Mix on our Hardware Archive

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