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Dr Tom runs with the Cheetah

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HWRoundup Remember, it's Tom's Hardware Guide. Dr. Tom and team take time out of reviewing chips and mobos, to publish a blockbuster update on storage. He is very taken with the Seagate's new monster drive The Seagate Cheetah X15 - definitely not for the budget buyer, but a winner for optimised RAID performance.



Anand has been been playing with lots of motherboards of the Socket A breed. Get the full Monty

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HardOCP has a look at Epox and the state of Intel and DDR Ram, all in one write-up. As usual an interesting

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3DChipsets get to play with the Abit SH6 motherboard, they liked it, but why? We ain't going to spoil its thunder, so

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