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HWRoundup The new Athlon 4 is launched today. Check out our story here... (Why didn’t they keep the name: Palomino? It's far better).

First on the reviews block is Anand here. Moving on quickly, we have the verdict from Toms Hardware

A summary of more information and rumours can all be found Ace's Hardware.



Ace's Hardware today also carries a piece on how to wring more preformance from the Pentium 4

here

.




But I hear you cry how do I cool my CPU? That marvellous review site Hexus today

looks

at the Swiftech 462a.




NvNews has an

article

about the Advanced Texture filtering on the Geforce3 chipset. I feel this card will be out of date before it hits the market.




VIAHardware has the latest VIA 4 in 1 drivers. Head

here

for more information.




We end on this scary note from DSL Reports (first seen on

HardOCP

).


Apparently a Phoenix-based motherboard has tried to link in with the office automatically without asking.

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