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HWRoundup It's been a while since our last recce of the hardware sites. A long while. There hasn't exactly been a huge clamour for its return, but we thought we'd give it another short run, anyhow.

And so to Hardware Analysis and its thread on the stability or lack of for the Dual Tyan Thunder K7. There's a list of solutions for various issues reported by amateur system builders, supplied by Tyan and published also on the estimable Ace's Hardware.



It's the summer Doldrums and the Good Dr. Tom is bemoaning the lack of excitement in Hardware Land. (

Slow Summer Season, Not Even Enough To Rant About?

). Accordingly, he's opening the floor to Tom's Hardware readers.


Email THG

your ideas/suggestions/inside leg measurement etc. - the best ones get published.




Van Smith, the pugnacious (so pugnacious, he could pick an argument with himself) moralist of the chip industry, hammer of Rambus and Intel former columnist at THG, and well-known fan of The Register has set up his own Web site, called, appropriately enough

Van's Hardware

.



Earlier this year, Van quit his most recent job at InQuest, the semiconductor analyst firm, expressing his disgust with the chip industry and the ethical standards of many hardware sites (no names mentioned) in an article published on AMDZone (anyone got a link - I'm unable to retrieve it?). ®

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