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HWRoundup Today is a Dual world. With AMD launching the much anticipated AMD760MP Chipset with the support for dual Athlon based cPUs (2P), there has been a lot of activity all over the Internet. Here are some links.

As usual "boi wonder" Anand has posted his write-up on this in a lot of detail here. Tom's Hardware's piece is is here. AMDMB have also looked at it here, so have AMDZone. I have also been informed that performance between Dual TBirds and Dual Palomino clock-for-clock is only 3 per cent difference.



There is also more nForce news

here

from Planethardware.



If you still aren't convinced by the AMD performance, perhaps a Dual P3 platform is to more of your taste. Hardware-Unlimited have a look at the Supermicros 370DDE motherboard over here



I have had some reports from Computex of Intel yet again going around removing all the VIA balloons from the stands of the major motherboard manufacturers? How do you feel about this

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