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HWRoundup Today was the first day of Computex. And Hardware Land is going into hyperdrive.

Kyle at HardOCP has been a busy reporter with hot news of the new Abit BL7 Socket 478 Motherboard, and also the NV22/Crush 12 chipset. Read more. The site is also running an editorial about the nForce mainboard chipset .

MSI has released a motherboard based on this platform.


My friends Down Under at Overclockers AU have also got some new friends, well one called "Bob" who has been doing some reporting on the upcoming AMD 760MP and Palominos. They have lots of shots and benchmarks.

There is also some more news on this motherboard here.


Anandtech has its first batch of live coverage, including info the 760MP, Nv Crush, SDRAM and P4, and 0.13Micron Northwood information, read more here. Anand also has a report about the Intel and VIA P4 DDR chipsets here.


At Hexus we have a look at the Epox 8K7A+ DDR Platform.


Catch the news on the PC2400 DDR DRAM at OCPrices.com.


On a final note for today: (Unless we get lots more Computex news..) Intel apparently owns 80,000 shares in AMD... Weird? Well read more here.

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