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#611| source: Aceshardware by crossbow on Tue Dec 18 2001
Intel fights back...

Stealth release of the 2.2 Ghz Northwoods to manufacturers. (Remember these DO NOT work in old Pentium 4 motherboards, they are socket 478 NOT socket 423)
#610| source: Aceshardware by crossbow on Tue Dec 18 2001
Amd announces the mobile 1 ghz duron. Amd also announces the AMD768MPX MP system, and 1900+ MP's. Amd layed down the smack down.
#609| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Tue Dec 18 2001
Sinking to new lows? You will with these ram sinks! Always a good idea if you like to stress your system to the limit, ram sinks help cool your poor video cards pathetically hot memory.
#608| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Tue Dec 18 2001
Dram, once mighty in its power, now falls on its knees to the lowest bidder. Micron buys up toshiba's ram goodies.
#607| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Tue Dec 18 2001
Kyle reviews the PNY. No, not the 1 cent piece, but the manufacturer of another brand of Geforce 3 ti 500. This one is of special mention due to PNY having the Voodoo (3dfx) rebate system.
#606| source: by crossbow on Thu Dec 06 2001
AMD 768MPX, the updated Dual AMD southbridge will be released in the upcoming week, with lots of new AMD dual motherboard loving. HURRAY!
#605| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Thu Dec 06 2001
Dan takes a few puffs on the crack pipe, and reviews such an insane amount of cpu coolers, that most mortals are left in utter awe. If your looking at getting a new socket A cooler, check out the review.
#604| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Thu Dec 06 2001
Feeling a little hot under the case? Fan brackets may be the solution for you. Mount a few 120mm behemoths in that baby and suddenly Celcius and his friends leave town.
#603| source: Tech-report by crossbow on Thu Dec 06 2001
Tech report takes a quick look under the sheets, and takes some notes down on the performance of the GF3 Ti 500 and the Radeon 8500.
#602| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Thu Dec 06 2001
KT266A...the bandwidth monster. In some cases this chipset directly competes against rambus class bandwidth, with just a few sticks of DDR. Now Abit has entered into the mix with the KR7 which is one awesome board. Check it out as kyle lubes it up and takes it for a test drive.

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