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#654| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Sat Feb 23 2002 
http://www.hardocp.com/reviews/chipsets/kt333/index.html
The Via KT333. Pushing the envelope of Socket A performance. How's the new chipset perform? And should we wait for the KT333A? Read on, and learn the power of text!

#653| source: Maximum3d by crossbow on Sat Feb 09 2002 
http://www.maximum3d.com/reviews/kf1011.htm
Looking for removable storage? Check out a review by max and the gang.
#652| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Sat Feb 09 2002 
http://active-hardware.com/english/reviews/soundcards/psc706.htm
Tired of Creative BS? Break the monopoly. Use linux with a non creative card =). Active hardware takes a roll in bringing information on the new phillips edge sound card.

#651| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Sat Feb 09 2002 
http://www.hexus.net/review.php?review=275
The UK proves they do have access to computer hardware, namely the Geforce 4 Ti 4600, one helluva fast card.
#650| source: [H]ard|OCP by crossbow on Wed Feb 06 2002 
http://www.hardocp.com/reviews/vidcards/nvidia/gf234/index.html
Kyle pimps out with his own Geforce 4 review. Not to be one to keep good lovin to himself, he makes sure to share with everyone else.
#649| source: Anandtech by crossbow on Wed Feb 06 2002 
http://www.anandtech.com/video/showdoc.html?i=1583
Geforce 4 reviews. Yes there is a bunch. No, no useful max, maya, xsi, or lightwave benchmarks.
#648| source: Nvidia by crossbow on Wed Feb 06 2002 
http://www.nvidia.com/
International laws have been violated...Nvidia drops atomic weapons on the competition. The Geforce 4 has arrived.

#647| source: Rival by crossbow on Wed Feb 06 2002 
http://www.tomshardware.com/graphic/02q1/020206/index.html
Tom uses the east coast advantage to blast out a geforce 4 review before anyone else. How fast is the card? Looks faster, but not that much faster. Check out the review and see if its worth purchasing.
#646| source: Maximum3d by crossbow on Mon Feb 04 2002 
http://www.viahardware.com/kt266ar_1.shtm
Motherboards. It might seem like they're nagging, buts its only because they care about your cpu performance. Viahardware takes a look at a variety of kt266a boards that make our days just a little bit extra special.
#645| source: 3dlabs by crossbow on Mon Feb 04 2002 
http://www.3dlabs.com
The definition of speed is constantly changing. New hardware constantly redefines it. Today it is 3dlabs pushing the envelope, and making sure the tortise never wins.



"Wildcat III technology continues to exploit the Wildcat ParaScaleTM architecture by melding the geometry and raster engines into a single, high-performance, high-bandwidth, integrated chip. This boosts geometry performance by up to 65 percent, while doubling polygon performance and on-board memory bandwidth over current Wildcat products. The result is an astounding 416 MB of on-board memory capacity—the largest ever available for an AGP add-in board—and up to 244 percent faster performance over the nearest competitor."

 
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