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#391| source: by crossbow on Wed Jul 11 2001
Little brother takes out older brother. Sibling rivalry at its worst...chip fights. The next generation "Budget" Tualain chips smack the crap outta the Pentium IV's again.
#390| source: by crossbow on Wed Jul 11 2001
Want to know what tech heads recommend for personal and workstation class computer systems? Then buy your local one a case of beer and ask. If you don't have any cash you could also stop by and check out their awesome recommendation list.
#389| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Tue Jul 10 2001
Are you a super spy? Do you routinely dive into the dangerous world of computer repair? Do you or your friends enjoy liquid metal pursuits? If so this mission may be for you.

This url will take you into the world of soldering....your nvidia geforce accelerator card to reduce the effects of blurry text on the population of this small planet we like to call..Bob.
#388| source: by crossbow on Mon Jul 09 2001
A story of two gladiators. Chipzilla vs mini-chipzilla. Whats going on with these two companies? Are they even paying attention to the market? Do people really need 2 ghz processors to type a email to grandma?
#387| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Mon Jul 09 2001
Riva station pulls some old legacy cards outta the trash can and updates their super vga performance chart. Over 27 accelerators served!
#386| source: Tomshardware by crossbow on Mon Jul 09 2001
Lucky Number 7. Tom revists his irish heritage with a look at 7, yes 7!, geforce 3 cards. If your looking to beast out on the competition, check this review out for a no holds barred lucky charms fest.
#385| source: Maximum3d by crossbow on Mon Jul 09 2001,4161,2770325,00.html
Zdnet pimps out a cinco de mayo soundcard roundup. Blow your ears out with some new soundage...or with a can of compressed air. (Not recommended)
#384| source: Hot-Deals by crossbow on Mon Jul 09 2001
Some absolutely CRAZY ram deals going on right now. Mushkin, Crucial, and Dell are all having fantastic deals. Head over to Hot-deals and check out the wonderful site with all the info.
#383| source: Tomshardware by crossbow on Sat Jul 07 2001
Tom gives a no holds barred review of the Koolance PC case...the first retail watercooling PC rig.
#382| source: by crossbow on Sat Jul 07 2001
Paul releases another wonderful FAQ for abit's new line of AMD760 motherboards, including the upcoming KG7! A must look at for any AMD760 user.

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