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HWRoundup Ace's Hardware today outs the name for AMD's new Palomino due to be launched in three wholesome flavours next week.



Recently, there's been a lot of chat about Geforce 3s, with the 2 current stepping. Difference: One works. The other doesn't. At RivaStation my friend Borsti has published a comprehensive write-up on the differences between the 2 stepping. Read

more

.




THG today looks at the ALiMAGiK 1 chipset with the


possibilities of the Duron and the Thunderbird processor upon this base. This is

worth a read

as it could be the future chipset on the market.




IQ of 150 and you can't remember your name? Sort out those memory problems, courtesy of HardwareZone, which delivers a rundown Rambus, DDR, and PC133 RAM

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Last, but certainly not least, those extraordinarily nice people at Hexus have had


a play with an AXIA, and come up with some

some high score results

.



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