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HWRoundup How many CPU coolers does a man need? In Thomas Pabst's case the answer is 46. Which seems a bit greedy to us. But the good doctor puts them to good use in what he describes as the "most extensive comparative test of all time". You can see how he got on here.



Anandtech reviews the P4 Xeon 1.7Ghz, a good-looking CPU. But yet again the TBird wins out in single processor mode, read Anand's write-up

here

. There is more news on the Xeon at accelenation.com (previously named FullOn3D)

here

.




3DSpotLight has published a

Windows 2000 performance and
compatibility guide

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Thanks to

HardOCP

for pointing us to our friends in Japan, and their pictures of the new 100GB ATA Maxtor drive, it is Check it out

here

.




Oh and before you all mail me about E3 I haven't forgotten, yes I had dozens of mails about the MS

X-Box

crashing (no, you're not surprised either).



Here are a couple of links for your E3 pleasure - at HQ
Gaming
, and also some "Booth babes" at VoodooExtreme. ®

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