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HWRoundup So what do you do when you're building and flogging mobos along with the world+dog. Change the colour of the board, throw in some gimmicks. Get yourself noticed. And if you've got enough bells and whistles, get yourself onto Tom's Hardware Guide, which surveys the landscape of pumped up mobos using the Intel 815 chipset.



There's a very pleasing editorial strand in HardOCP - pictures of stressed out and murdered computer. Today the Texan rangers maintain this noble tradition with pics of Maxed out graphics cards here.



Wanna buy a graphics board? Check out the Inno3D MX card review at ExHardware If you're looking fore something more high-end graphics card then check out the Visiontek Geforce3 Card review at nV News.

If you are more in the mood for a Kyro 2 or you would like to know about the performance? Who would win the $400 card or the $120 card... Well check out Ace's Hardware for a shootout between the two here.



OcWorkbench has a look at the KD266 from IWill, shame he hasn’t done long term tests on the board (short testing). But it gives you a little indication in to performance over here



The Inquirer notes that next hi-breed in the DDR setup PC2700 is hitting people now in samples, will this stuff rock?


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