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VIA KT266: Tom and Anand's turn

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HWRoundup Now for some VIA KT266 news: Tom and Anand have put the beast through its paces - their benchmarks come out a little different from Ace's Hardware's magisterial review a few days ago. In an update, Ace's explains why.



Oh yeah. Intel

launched the Celeron II 850

... But aren't Durons cheaper and faster?




At CeBIT there was a lot of talk about coloured PCBs, and Abit walks it like it talks it. The company has launched the KT7E, a coloured budget PCB board. It doesn't have the full 133 FSB feature, it will run the memory at 133 and the CPU at 100. Have a look

here

. We like what this board could do for the Duron - cheap board, cheap chip, high speeds!




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