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HWRoundup So what do you do when when you've had enough of your $175,000 SGI server? That's right, you convert it into a fridge. Way to go.

We came across this while surfing HardOCP, the flavoursome review site.



Thank our lucky stars that

Ace's Hardware

emmerged unscathed from the recent UGO debacle. These guys know their tech. And they know their specs - latest is the 1.33GHz Athlon - loads of information so have a strong coffee handy. Check it our

here.


The AMD Mobile units will be very impressive, we saw them at CeBIT, and Tom has included some information about their alternatives over

here


The boys at ViaHardware have got their report of there visit to WinHEC, yep they were let out of their cages. have a look and see what they had to say over

here


For all you graphics card monsters, nV News has got a good write-up covering the ins and outs of GeForce3 Antialiasing. Read at speed

here.

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An interesting titbit from Japan: wanna know the new Chipset names for the 8th Generation? Then take a sneak peek

here

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