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#521| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Mon Oct 08 2001
The Geforce 3 Titanium. Speedy card or great marketing? Make an educated choice, read this article and have some refreshments. (Yes my jokes are getting lamer, I know.)
#520| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Mon Oct 08 2001
KT266A Via's second revision of the KT266 chipset, this time featured on an MSI motherboard with USB 2.0 support. Yay.
#519| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Mon Oct 08 2001
SiS makes friends with Intel and gets the A'ok for a DDR P4 motherboard. Power and affordability is the key selling point here.
#518| source: by crossbow on Thu Oct 04 2001
Need help sleeping? Boy have I got the solution for you. A technical overview of AMD's new upcoming Hammer chipset. The 64 bit boy wonder. Read on if you like hardcore techie articles.
#517| source: Tomshardware by crossbow on Thu Oct 04 2001
Budget Cpu's...the fight gets ugly. The Celeron III vs Morgan. Who takes the fight title? Read on to find out, but if you ask me, for 100 bucks everyone wins.
#516| source: by crossbow on Thu Oct 04 2001
Athlon XP 1.4 and 1.53 on October 9th.

Athlon 4 1.4 MP and 1.53 MP on October 15th

AMD Price cuts late october.

And if that wasn't enough...

Iwill, Asus, MSI, Epox, Abit, and many others all release final AMD760MP motherboards for testing.
#515| source: Tomshardware by crossbow on Mon Oct 01 2001
Geforce 3 this, titanium that. Its faster, its slower, whats going on? Read on and find out =).
#514| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Mon Oct 01 2001
"This is my....BOOMSTICK."

Intel responds to AMD by firing off a massive shotgun blast of processors. So many you'd think the economy was actually doing good.
#513| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Mon Oct 01 2001
With the price cut comes a processor release, the 1.1 Gigahertz Morgan. Quite the budget processor to check out.
#512| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Mon Oct 01 2001,,30_118_1200_1202%5e609,00.html
PRICE CUT. Ow. Ok that was lame. Well anyway Amd cut prices again today, looks like 10-15% on some processors. Check it out. Remember new processors arrive October 9th.

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