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  1. Published on 26 September 2015 by Wayne Brooker
    Portable Bluetooth Speaker

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  2. Published on 27 November 2014 by Wayne Brooker
    Second time a round....

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  3. Published on 2 June 2013 by Wayne Brooker
    Wireless charging for Sony's Latest and greatest.

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  4. Published on 19 May 2013 by Wayne Brooker
    All the power of CREE's T6 LED but with the flexilbility to take one or two AA batteries.

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  5. Published on 15 May 2013 by Lawrence Latif
    MSI's GX70 packs AMD's latest gaming and OpenCL compute atomic power plant

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  6. Published on 11 May 2013 by Lawrence Latif
    Intel's ramps up core Atom development in its bid to stay competitive with ARM

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  7. Published on 28 April 2013 by Lawrence Latif
    HP's most important launch in a decade, Project Moonshot is being billed as the first ultra high density server, but peeling away the marketing presents a decade old blade server paradigm

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  8. Published on 19 March 2013 by Lawrence Latif


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  9. Published on 11 March 2013 by Lawrence Latif


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  10. Published on 10 March 2013 by Lawrence Latif
    With rivals reaping the benefits of the HSA Foundation's software ecosystem, AMD will need its engineers to deliver industry beating designs

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  11. Published on 4 March 2013 by Lawrence Latif
    A trip to Italy's Cineca's datacenter shows energy efficiency from accelerators is trumping brute force

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  12. Published on 24 November 2012 by Lawrence Latif
    NVIDIA doesn't see PCI Express Gen 2 as being the big performance bottleneck in HPC, unlike AMD's Opteron chip

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  13. Published on 18 November 2012 by Lawrence Latif
    AMD's painfully slow adoption of PCI Express Gen 3 leaves Cray with no choice but to go for Intel's Sandy Bridge Xeons

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  14. Published on 15 November 2012 by Lawrence Latif
    Intel's manufacturing advantage will finally be put to the test as ARM vendors line up to take a chunk out of the X86 server market

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  15. Published on 8 November 2012 by Lawrence Latif
    AMD will use Seamicro's retail channel and its interconnect fabric to open new doors as it tries to break into double-digit market share

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  16. Published on 12 December 2011 by Wayne Brooker
    Can you sound mean but stay green?

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  17. Published on 4 December 2011 by Wayne Brooker
    LED tactical lighting done right?

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  18. Published on 17 November 2009 by Lawrence Latif
    The middle of the road Harmony from Logitech manages to pack a healthy array of features into a sleek frame and slimline price

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  19. Published on 16 September 2009 by Sarah Viscosi
    Small motherboard packs a small punch

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  20. Published on 5 September 2009 by SG
    Wet, Wet, Wet!

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  21. Published on 1 September 2009 by Lawrence Latif
    More than just a cheap iMac but can it price itself into the nettop market?

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  22. Published on 23 May 2009 by Lawrence Latif
    We find out what challenges are present in making a quality small Hi-Fi speaker and how to market it to the people

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  23. Published on 18 May 2009 by Lawrence Latif
    The original silent watercooling kit from Zalman gets a new lease of life and we see if it can cope with an overclocked Core i7 920

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  24. Published on 8 May 2009 by Lawrence Latif
    Take your Wii to the next level

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  25. Published on 1 May 2009 by Cantle Flawier
    An relative unknown makes all the right noises

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  26. Published on 24 April 2009 by Lawrence Latif
    Benq aims at gamers with their 24" LCD but misses the mark

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  27. Published on 27 March 2009 by Abir Mallick
    We look at whether the 450D can improve on Canon's already impressive consumer DSLR range

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  28. Published on 10 March 2009 by Lawrence Latif
    Remote control heaven

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  29. Published on 26 January 2009 by Cantle Flawier
    A GPS which will send you around the bend

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  30. Published on 29 December 2008 by Lawrence Latif
    Sporting a new suit, Apple's Macbook Pro is the business

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  31. Published on 11 December 2008 by Lawrence Latif
    Finally a big name hard drive producer embraces flash technology

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  32. Published on 25 September 2008 by Wayne Brooker
    Disc Storage, retrievel, recording and playback made easy.

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  33. Published on 25 September 2008 by Lawrence Latif
    The third coming, but should we beware of false prophets?

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  34. Published on 5 July 2008 by Wayne Brooker
    Quality cases from the finest materials.

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  35. Published on 18 June 2008 by Lawrence Latif
    We take a quick look at Sony Ericsson's new products as they launch their mid-year refresh aimed for Christmas buyers

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  36. Published on 15 June 2008 by Wayne Brooker
    We knew small could be beautiful, but now it's cheap too!

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  37. Published on 30 May 2008 by Wayne Brooker
    iRiver's clix faces its second coming

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  38. Published on 17 May 2008 by Lawrence Latif
    Microsoft's second attempt to dethrone the iPod isn't such a bad effort

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  39. Published on 29 April 2008 by Wayne Brooker
    Futuremark's latest graphics benchmark is here!

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  40. Published on 29 April 2008 by Lawrence Latif
    QNAP offers much more than a rack for hard drives with the 409 Turbo

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  41. Published on 28 February 2008 by Lawrence Latif
    We talk to Hitachi about the current state of play in computer storage

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  42. Published on 25 December 2007 by Lawrence Latif
    Motorola's mobile messaging device deserves your attention

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  43. Published on 28 November 2007 by Lawrence Latif
    Five months, many stares and too much attention. The product that defines 2007.

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  44. Published on 12 November 2007 by Jonathan Turnock
    Even PC users love to vaporise alien low-lifes you know!

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  45. Published on 9 July 2007 by Lawrence Latif
    A notebook which is so thin that it will give most PDAs a run for their money

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  46. Published on 31 May 2007 by Wayne Brooker
    Samsung combine looks with features in their latest size zero phones

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  47. Published on 30 April 2007 by Wayne Brooker
    SD, Micro SD and USB all rolled into one.

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  48. Published on 15 March 2007 by Wayne Brooker
    Looks and durability by the barrow-load.

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  49. Published on 5 March 2007 by Lawrence Latif
    A fully featured remote control which doesn't cost the Earth

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  50. Published on 22 January 2007 by Wayne Brooker
    Gigabyte updates its popular water cooling kit.

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  51. Published on 19 December 2006 by 3D Velocity
    It spins...it blows...so what's new?

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  52. Published on 17 December 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    Got a hankering for multi-room audio? Then you better read on

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  53. Published on 12 December 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    Samsung's LCD television that sports a dedicated game mode for consoles. Bring it on.

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  54. Published on 7 December 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    The executive's favourite phone dons a party suit

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  55. Published on 5 December 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Great gift ideas for the perfect Christmas.

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  56. Published on 28 November 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    A desktop replacement which belongs next to your television

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  57. Published on 25 November 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    It's not just an update, but a way of life

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  58. Published on 13 November 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    A music player which holds a dark secret

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  59. Published on 3 November 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    Is it an Apple? No, it's a Sony.

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  60. Published on 30 October 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    Graphics moves in with CPU thanks to AMD & ATI

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  61. Published on 27 October 2006 by Chris Thornett
    A new continent with collectible heroes, say hello to Nightfall

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  62. Published on 24 October 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Secure, fast and durable Flash drive from Kingston

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  63. Published on 23 October 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    Blackberry isn't the only e-mail in town

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  64. Published on 19 October 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    We look at the first notebooks to feature a Blu-Ray drives

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  65. Published on 17 October 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    Plug your iPod directly into your monitor

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  66. Published on 17 October 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Nokia's contender for the 3 megapixel crown

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  67. Published on 9 October 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    A great keyboard with USB ports and audio jacks thrown in.

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  68. Published on 2 October 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    LG break from tradition to produce a handset that you might actually want

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  69. Published on 27 September 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    Samsung launches their Blu-Ray player here in the UK but does it shine?

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  70. Published on 26 September 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    We look at what is needed to build your own GPS system

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  71. Published on 25 September 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Apple-Free MP3

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  72. Published on 16 September 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    Finally a smartphone that you can live with

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  73. Published on 14 September 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    From Garmin's new range of compact navigators

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  74. Published on 8 September 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    Total remote control coming to a living room near you

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  75. Published on 1 September 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    Alienware produce a notebook that would put most desktops to shame

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  76. Published on 25 August 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Small, classy and it gets you there.

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  77. Published on 16 August 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Nokia's 3G slider boasts a great screen and clean looks.

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  78. Published on 14 August 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    You mean Acer make digital cameras? You better believe it!

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  79. Published on 10 August 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Show me the way to go home.

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  80. Published on 8 August 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Cable-free gaming for your PSP

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  81. Published on 1 August 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Hey buddy, your mouse is ringing.

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  82. Published on 28 July 2006 by Leon Poortvliet
    Standalone sequel to Guildwars Online MMORPG.

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  83. Published on 24 July 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Super Talent herald their latest MP3 player

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  84. Published on 13 July 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Thermaltake's usual design and build but without the weight

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  85. Published on 10 July 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Sequel to the popular Pathway To Glory on N-Gage

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  86. Published on 5 July 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    NOVOGO Hit the UK with their range of SatNav products

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  87. Published on 29 June 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    A Mouse with a killer instinct gets a pad of its own.

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  88. Published on 28 June 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    One table, hours of flipping fun.

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  89. Published on 26 June 2006 by Leon Poortvliet
    The Wacom Volito 2, a pen tablet.

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  90. Published on 21 June 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Creative's assault on the PMP market looks like a winner.

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  91. Published on 19 June 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    Intel goes green for the future

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  92. Published on 14 June 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    RAZR Gets iTunes

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  93. Published on 9 June 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    A stylish looking external hard disk with dual USB2.0 and a memory card reader thrown in for good measure.

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  94. Published on 5 June 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Perhaps the most celebrated headphones in the world for the money, is it justified or is it hype?

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  95. Published on 4 June 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Thinking about getting Tiscali broadband? You need to read this first.

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  96. Published on 30 May 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    ATi are excited about DX10 and want you to get excited too.

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  97. Published on 29 May 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    An early look into DirectX 10

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  98. Published on 25 May 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Small, cheap, but is it any good?

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  99. Published on 23 May 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    ViewSonic's cool 20.1" widescreen display

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  100. Published on 18 May 2006 by Leon Poortvliet
    A new optical laser mouse produced by Creative, the Gamer HD7500

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  101. Published on 15 May 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    If you think the phones that were bundled with your MP3 player are the dog's, think again

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  102. Published on 11 May 2006 by Lee Mansfield
    The Red Shock Pure Copper heatskink, Silent Eagle 2000 80mm fan, and Xurface Mouse Pad

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  103. Published on 10 May 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    One of the most desirable phones on the market gets a Carphone Warehouse chrome makeover

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  104. Published on 7 May 2006 by Yao Song Ng
    Will Add Later

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  105. Published on 4 May 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    We compare the two current direct-to-disk labeling systems.

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  106. Published on 3 May 2006 by Lee Mansfield
    ACRyan blackfire4 fans, UV Paint, Combo Backy, & PSU MORF kit

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  107. Published on 26 April 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    A miniature marvel that pumps out a big sound

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  108. Published on 25 April 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Mirroring the design of a pair of stacked HiFi separates, this unusual case remains compact yet practical.

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  109. Published on 23 April 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    From dead pixels to dry solder joints, the miniature world isn't just about bugs

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  110. Published on 19 April 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    Finally a credible alternative to Apple's keyboard and mouse

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  111. Published on 12 April 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    A small-ish 20GB hard disk based MP3 player from ATMT.

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  112. Published on 9 April 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    They're old news most places outside of Europe, but here in the UK HDTVs are still somethings to get excited about.

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  113. Published on 1 April 2006 by Leon Poortvliet
    Dell's latest PDA sporting a 625MHz processor gets a thorough going over

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  114. Published on 27 March 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    A great quality WebCam with a motorised pan and tilt function and smart face tracking.

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  115. Published on 22 March 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    All the connections you could need, all within reach and lit up like a Christmas tree.

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  116. Published on 21 March 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    With triple heatpipes, acres of aluminium and an 80mm fan this VGA cooler looks the biz.

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  117. Published on 17 March 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    They're suddenly cheaper, faster and better looking than they've ever been, but is a budget notebook an economy too far?

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  118. Published on 11 March 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Sick of your tinny sounding notebook speakers but don't have room for a full sized speaker setup? Amacrox might just have the answer.

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  119. Published on 10 March 2006 by Jason Zarate
    A review of an Antivirus solution offered by Norman.

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  120. Published on 3 March 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    With a 4ms response time and a fully adjustable base, the L1932P shapes up well in the features department.

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  121. Published on 16 February 2006 by Leon Poortvliet
    We think it's one of the best value processors on the market, but is it really?

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  122. Published on 15 February 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    Logitech's idea of wire-free love

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  123. Published on 14 February 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    OCZ have added snazzy new "XTC" heat spreaders to their memory modules. Cosmetic maybe, lookers definitely!

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  124. Published on 13 February 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    It IS big and it IS clever!

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  125. Published on 5 February 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    Good cooling and a stylish make this a great case for the gamer and regular user alike.

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  126. Published on 3 February 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    An MP3 player that isn't made by Apple, surely not!

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  127. Published on 1 February 2006 by Leon Poortvliet
    Portable speakers for your portable audio player, but is it any good?

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  128. Published on 28 January 2006 by UK Gamer
    We talk to the new and upcoming animation studio Wizard Workshop.

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  129. Published on 27 January 2006 by Lawrence Latif
    Intel's latest attack on your living room but are we ready for the shock and awe?

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  130. Published on 18 January 2006 by Leon Poortvliet
    This year's edition of Futuremark's renowned benchmark.

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  131. Published on 16 January 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    AMD have launched their first "enthusiast class" dual core CPU and we got to take it for a spin.

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  132. Published on 11 January 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    This cool little CCD based webcam from Creative brings with it amazing quality for its size.

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  133. Published on 10 January 2006 by 3D Velocity
    We cornered ATi's Andrew Dodd and convinced him to chat CAT

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  134. Published on 8 January 2006 by Wayne Brooker
    With an industry-leading 3ms response time the VX924 is perfect for movies and gaming, but does it deliver on its promises?

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  135. Published on 31 December 2005 by Wayne Brooker
    Intel's latest dual-core tag-team looks to be fast...and warm.

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  136. Published on 23 December 2005 by Wayne Brooker
    A mouse with a built in microphone? Ludicrous! Isn't it?

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  137. Published on 19 December 2005 by Wayne Brooker
    Creative are putting the squeeze on Apple in a very lucrative space, but will they make the pips squeek?

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  138. Published on 16 December 2005 by Lawrence Latif
    Stealthy and spoiling for a fight. Alienware's Aurora looks mean even when it's switched off but we see if it's a sheep in wolfs clothing

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  139. Published on 14 December 2005 by Wayne Brooker
    Once again Sony have set the standard for handheld consoles but that doesn't mean it's all good.

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  140. Published on 13 December 2005 by Ryan Garside
    Once more into the breach, my friends, once more.

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  141. Published on 11 December 2005 by Chris Thornett
    Chris tries his hand at being José Mourinho, without the style of course

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  142. Published on 5 December 2005 by Wayne Brooker
    Acer are perhaps not one of the big names in monitor production but they sure know how to build a mean screen.

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  143. Published on 30 November 2005 by Ryan Garside
    Dust off that tin hat and the luger and get ready, the Jerries are coming. Ryan checks out the latest WW2 shooter to hit the shelves this Christmas

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  144. Published on 28 November 2005 by Wayne Brooker
    Available in several guises, we get to review the version of the X-Fi targeted at the gamer, the Fatal1ty FPS

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  145. Published on 26 November 2005 by Ryan Garside
    We look at some of latest mobile games from THQ out this Christmas. Can they really keep us entertained

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  146. Published on 23 November 2005 by Lawrence Latif
    After a year spent with the company of a smartphone, Lawrence realizes maybe it's not a match made in heaven. Are smartphones really for everyone?

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  147. Published on 17 November 2005 by Wayne Brooker
    Well specified notebooks have never been cheaper, but why are they being sold in a single channel configuration?

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  148. Published on 15 November 2005 by Ryan Garside
    After Ryan finished washing his CK boxers he decided it would be good to write about his "experiance". We've all been there mate.

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  149. Published on 13 November 2005 by Wayne Brooker
    Toshiba give their popular 2.5" 5400RPM notebook hard drive the Serial-ATA treatment and we see if it's suitable for use in a desktop system

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  150. Published on 11 November 2005 by Richard Cumberland
    Raven Software provide the next in the legendary series; can it live up to its predecessors?

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  151. Published on 9 November 2005 by Ryan Garside
    Dressing up like a monkey and rolling around grass while cocooned in a ball. Ryan is obviously getting all the cushy assignments.

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  152. Published on 6 November 2005 by Ryan Garside
    The footie fan's favourite. Konami are back with the fifth installment of the Pro Evo series. Ryan becomes a big softie with this one, we think he might even be in love...

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  153. Published on 31 October 2005 by Wayne Brooker
    UKGamer delve into the technology behind the most advanced mainstream sound chip to ever hit the market.

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  154. Published on 28 September 2005 by Lawrence Latif
    The ultimate handheld remote from Philips sporting a colour touch screen, unlimited configurability and the choice of infra-red and radio frequency all in a smart package

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  155. Published on 8 September 2004 by Lawrence Latif
    NVIDIA blows the dust off SLI and brings it in the hope that it'll cement their upsurge in performance. We take a look at what doubling up can mean to you

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  156. Published on 7 October 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    A look at ATI's newest and biggest board partner launching a whole range of ATI based graphics cards and a very impressive small form factor computer.

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  157. Published on 6 October 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    Abit apply their OTES magic to the FX 5900. We find out whether it is able to add the extra spice that's required to make the FX 5900 a worthy competitor to ATI's Radeon 9800.

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  158. Published on 29 September 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    We take ATI's Radeon 9100 IGP and see how it's graphics capabilities can compete with value video cards from NVIDIA. Can a motherboard really provide better performance than a dedicated video card?

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  159. Published on 24 September 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    We report from Cannes at the launch of AMD's latest gambit in the processor wars. Jerry Sanders talks passionately about his new baby, new products from AMD's partners are all seen here.

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  160. Published on 22 September 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    The Athlon 64 FX-51 is AMD's ultimate Athlon 64 processor, with AMD say, no equal. We find out whether this is true both in 32-bit and 64-bit applications. Included is a look at Windows XP 64-bit edition.

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  161. Published on 22 September 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    Today sees the launch of the Athlon 64 processor, aiming to revolutionize computing. We detail the processors being launched and clear up some myths.

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  162. Published on 14 September 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    The second in our three-part series looking at the key technologies surrounding AMD's Athlon 64 processor. HyperTransport aims to be a flexible, cost effective yet high performance bus. We see how it does the business for the Athlon 64.

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  163. Published on 3 September 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    The first in our three-part series looking into the technology surrounding one of the most important products to be launched this year, AMD's Athlon 64. Here we take a look at AMD64 architecture and how it works.

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  164. Published on 1 September 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    We talk to Microsoft about how they feel gaming will progress in the coming years and what trends they see emerging. An interesting look into how Microsoft with DirectX and Longhorn want gaming on the PC to progress.

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  165. Published on 26 August 2003 by Sean Mayes
    MSI's top-of-the-range 865PE offering is fully featured with an extensive bundle of accessories and good performance to boot. We find out how it performs against a very capable field.

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  166. Published on 11 August 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    One of the most intriguing aspects of Abit's IS7-G is the "Game Accelerator" technology. We look at what performance gains can be had.

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  167. Published on 4 August 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    Sapphire apply their silent cooling trickery to the 9600 PRO. We find out whether this mainstream card, with it's innovative cooling solution can cut the mustard.

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  168. Published on 2 August 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    Intel's very capable 865PE chipset gets worked on by the clever guys at Abit known for their performance and features. In the first of two articles we find out how the IS7-G performs against some stiff competition.

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  169. Published on 29 July 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    Some mainstream 865PE action from Gigabyte. We find out whether the popular motherboard can get the blend of performance and value out of the very capable Intel 865PE chipset.

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  170. Published on 26 July 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    Sapphire's ultimate Ultimate Edition, the 9800 PRO 256MB shows how it is still possible to passively cool the most powerful GPU available. It's one stealthy monster.

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  171. Published on 24 July 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    A FX 5900 Ultra that tries to be a little different. Single slot, quiet cooling and NV35 levels of performance make this an interesting card. We find out how it competes against the ATI's best.

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  172. Published on 19 July 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    The flagship of ATI's All in Wonder range now features their flagship GPU, the R350. We find out whether you really can have it all - performance, TV and A/V encoding + decoding.

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  173. Published on 14 July 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    Intel's high-end consumer 875P motherboard may seem boring but we find there's a sparkle underneath the traditional conservative values of past Intel motherboards.

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  174. Published on 11 July 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    ATI's next generation mobile graphics chip proves that notebook graphics can indeed provide good levels of performance even when FSAA & AF are enabled.

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  175. Published on 8 July 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    A look at VIA's first licensed Pentium 4 chipset aimed for the mainstream market. After all the trouble we find out whether VIA's latest offering has some bite.

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  176. Published on 1 July 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    The first truly silent computer, we find out whether exterior looks and engineering prowess can be successfully married with performance and price.

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  177. Published on 24 June 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    Intel's latest desktop processor, the Pentium 4 3.2GHz signals the end of the road for the Pentium 4 in it's current format. We find out how Intel's last Pentium 4 does against some stiff competition.

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  178. Published on 23 June 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    A preview at ATI's latest foray into the world of integrated graphics on the desktop. We look at some of the technologies behind what is set to be one of the most interesting integrated graphics chips in recent times.

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  179. Published on 21 June 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    A roundup of all the Geforce FX 5900 cards that are currently available. We look at how these units perform, overclock against competition from ATI along with a top-of-the-range FX 5900 Ultra and talk a bit about buses.

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  180. Published on 15 June 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    Abit applies their skills on Intel's top-of-the-line desktop chipset and out comes the IC7-G. With a vast array of 875P motherboards on the market, we find out why this board should be on your list.

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  181. Published on 13 June 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    NVIDIA's NV35 hits the retail shelves. MSI has managed to be one of the first of the big name board partners to come out with a part, but has NVIDIA learnt from the mistakes that plagued the NV30? We find out.

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  182. Published on 1 June 2003 by Yao Song Ng
    We take a look at the PS2 version of the game that rocked the gaming industry when it first appeared on the Xbox last Christmas. It has spread it's wings since, but is it as good as the original?

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  183. Published on 30 May 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    A feature packed 875P motherboard from Gigabyte. With the 875P proving to be the performance platform for the Pentium 4, we find out how Gigabyte's board does

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  184. Published on 21 May 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    Intel's Springdale chipset makes an entrance. Will it be a limp Canterwood, or has Intel managed to bring the performance levels of the high-end chipset to the mainstream market?

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  185. Published on 13 May 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    AMD's second outing for their Barton core. The 3200+ is the first unit to feature a 400MHz front side bus. We find out how this chip performs against a 3000+ and the the latest Intel offerings

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  186. Published on 6 May 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    A look at AMD's top of the range processors and Intel's first HyperThreading CPU, the 3.06GHz. We see if there is a huge difference between two CPUs that have the same clock speed and what HyperThreading does in games.

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  187. Published on 28 April 2003 by Richard Cumberland
    The future is bleak and brutal according to Digitalo's latest game, Devastation. Can one man and his guns make a difference?

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  188. Published on 25 April 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    Can the NV30 board from Asus take the fight to ATI's Radeon 9700 & 9800 PRO? It has all the hallmarks of a high-end card, price, size and hype. But what about performance? We conduct a number of tests to find out whether the current king can be dethoned.

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  189. Published on 22 April 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    After the launch of ATi's Radeon 9600 PRO showing that higher model numbers doesn't always mean higher performance, the 9500 PRO has got people clambering to their retailer in search for one. We look at Gigabyte's version.

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  190. Published on 18 April 2003 by Sean Mayes
    The successor to the legendary BH6. Abit has some big shoes to fill, with this their BH7. Touted as an overclockers dream, we find out how it fares against some tough competition.

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  191. Published on 16 April 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    The first 0.13 micron GPU to come from the ATI stable. An already packed ATI product line gets a new member. Has ATI managed what brought NVIDIA to its knees? All is not what it seems.

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  192. Published on 15 April 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    The famous watercooled Geforce FX 5800 Ultra returns in an updated form. Gainward and Bit-Tech update their design for this ultimate out-of-the-box cooling solution.

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  193. Published on 14 April 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    The role of the Canterwood dice from Asus. Aimed for high-end desktop machines and entry level workstations, the P4C800 packs a lot into a very attractive package. Canterwood has finally arrived.

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  194. Published on 13 April 2003 by Richard Cumberland
    If fanatacists, terrorists and anarchists threaten the world, who are you going to call? Why, Rainbow of course! Find out why these guys are the first and last line of defense.

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  195. Published on 8 April 2003 by Sean Mayes
    We take a closer look at Sapphire's take on the Radeon 9700. The 9700 is fast becoming one of the best value cards and with addition of a big overclock, it's a tempting proposition

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  196. Published on 6 April 2003 by Richard Cumberland
    The lastest in the line of Delta Force games rapels into our hideout - does all go to plan? Our military analysts find out!

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  197. Published on 26 March 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    MSI's top of the line Geforce FX board featuring the most complex and famous GPU, the NV30. Does the card live up to the hype, and what about 3DMark 2003 performance?

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  198. Published on 22 March 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    AGP 8x and dual channel DDR support comes in the form of Granite Bay and Asus' P4G8X Deluxe. Packing the latest chipset from Intel, we find out how it performs against it's old brother, the 845PE.

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  199. Published on 22 March 2003 by Sean Mayes
    A special edition from Albatron sees the popular Intel 845PE chipset set in a silver PCB and given a lot of thought and attention. We see whether it performs as good as it looks.

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  200. Published on 17 March 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    A look at some of the popular manufacturers that are showing off their NV30 based parts at this year's CeBIT expo

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  201. Published on 14 March 2003 by Yao Song Ng
    A Samurai fighting game with style. Does it have what it takes to stand out amongst all the other fighting games on the market?

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  202. Published on 10 March 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    One very tasty video card holds a dark secret - exceptional overclocking abilities and some really interesting performance figures to boot. Time to hold off that 9800 purchase for a little longer?

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  203. Published on 8 March 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    ATI's top software man takes time out to discuss what and how big a part drivers play in one of the most driver-critical industries. Find out what drivers mean to the people that design them.

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  204. Published on 6 March 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    ATI aims to beat itself with their latest Radeon board which features old and new technology

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  205. Published on 4 March 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    MSI's flagship Pentium 4 is given a thorough workout against the market standard from Asus

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  206. Published on 19 February 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    The collectors edition of Asus's popular 845PE based motherboard is given a thorough shake down

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  207. Published on 10 February 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    Albatron's flagship board based on Intel's 845GE chipset. We take a closer look.

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  208. Published on 29 January 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    One of the first Ti4800SE boards on the market from MSI, based on the NV28 GPU from NVIDIA.

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  209. Published on 25 January 2003 by Lawrence Latif
    A look at Coolermaster's latest case, the 201B and a couple of accessories to go with it

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  210. Published on 12 December 2002 by Richard Cumberland
    The Wolf Clan return in the new Battle Realms expansion pack.

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  211. Published on 12 December 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    Coolermaster's latest cooler for the Socket A platform featuring innovations, but does it perform?

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  212. Published on 9 December 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    MSI's NV28 board comes in an assortment of flavours, we test out the 64Mb version

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  213. Published on 7 December 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    Two budget MX440-8x boards from Asus and Albatron are given the run around by the Prophet 9000 PRO

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  214. Published on 2 December 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    KT400 action from Asus, a board that packs a lot in but performs surprisingly with DDR 400 RAM

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  215. Published on 21 November 2002 by Mark Collin
    It is 776 BC. The age of the first Olympics in Ancient Greece. As one of the privileged competitors

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  216. Published on 18 November 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    The next generation board from NVIDIA was shown off earlier today - does it have what it takes?

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  217. Published on 17 November 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    One of the first NV28 based VGA boards to hit the streets produces some interesting results

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  218. Published on 13 November 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    Soyo's flagship Socket A motherboard given a good shake down in our labs

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  219. Published on 27 October 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    A couple of Geforce 4 Ti4200 cards that think they are Ti4600. Identity crisis or the real deal?

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  220. Published on 25 October 2002 by Richard Cumberland
    Jetpack adventures on floating islands ahoy!

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  221. Published on 21 October 2002 by Yao Song Ng
    A review of the latest shoot 'em up from the Capcom stable.

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  222. Published on 13 October 2002 by Richard Cumberland
    A preview of the second Ghost Recon addon pack.

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  223. Published on 12 October 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    Asus' top of the range notebook given a gaming workout

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  224. Published on 4 October 2002 by Chris Thornett
    "Death may be an inevitable part of videogaming, but in pro-gaming it becomes a waking nightmare..."

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  225. Published on 3 October 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    A preview of THQ's latest incarnation, Red Faction 2

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  226. Published on 2 October 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    A preview of the latest motherboard to be used in a small Shuttle PC

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  227. Published on 29 September 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    Q&A session with John Dongelmans about Microsoft's upcoming RTS title

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  228. Published on 27 September 2002 by Richard Cumberland
    The most ambitious war game to date is given a thorough inspection.

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  229. Published on 26 September 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    SIS 648 action from Asus. A fully featured motherboard with performance to match?

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  230. Published on 22 September 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    ATI's next generation VGA card takes on the Geforce 4 Ti4600

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  231. Published on 20 September 2002 by Richard Cumberland
    Is Larian Studio's latest RPG truly godlike? Read our sermon to find out!

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  232. Published on 19 September 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    The flagship motherboard from Asus, but is the flag at half mast?

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  233. Published on 16 September 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    The new Radeon line, Rendermonkey and economics - ATI's view.

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  234. Published on 14 September 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    Hercules Prophet 9000 PRO 128Mb video card given a work out in our labs

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  235. Published on 13 September 2002 by Yao Song Ng
    The long awaited 3rd installment in everyone's favourite platform hero.

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  236. Published on 12 September 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    The first part of our interview with the World's largest GPU manufacturer

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  237. Published on 10 September 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    OEMs, Itanium 2, 64bit desktop processing and economics - Intel stylee

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  238. Published on 8 September 2002 by Richard Cumberland
    The sequel to one the best strategy games around gets a quick, march!

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  239. Published on 8 September 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    Coolermaster brings heatpipe technology to Socket A platforms

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  240. Published on 6 September 2002 by Chris Thornett
    UKG gets down to the bone with Acclaim's Ned Browning about Turok: The Evolution.

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  241. Published on 5 September 2002 by Chris Thornett
    Step into the shadows with Ubi soft's new sublime stealth-action title.

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  242. Published on 5 September 2002 by Chris Thornett
    What's coming up for Christmas (bloody hell already!) and beyond...

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  243. Published on 4 September 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    Full size ATX case meets chic styling and innovation - a marriage made in heaven?

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  244. Published on 3 September 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    The first part of our talk with Andrew Thompson from ATI

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  245. Published on 31 August 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    Discussion regarding the Pentium 4 with it's creator

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  246. Published on 29 August 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    ATI's latest mobile GPU aims to bring high end gaming to laptop market

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  247. Published on 16 August 2002 by Richard Cumberland
    Zoo Tycoon takes a Jurassic Park twist, we investigate!

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  248. Published on 15 August 2002 by Richard Cumberland
    A preview of Mirage's "Another War" RPG.

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  249. Published on 13 August 2002 by Richard Cumberland
    Considered building your own zoo? Read this first!

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  250. Published on 9 August 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    The heaviest socket A heatsink on the market given a spin in our tests

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  251. Published on 7 August 2002 by Richard Cumberland
    A beautiful adventure game from Microids. How does it fair? Read on!

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  252. Published on 7 August 2002 by Chris Thornett
    RPG action hits the XBox... or does it?

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  253. Published on 5 August 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    We talk to the team at Bumblebeast about their upcoming title

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  254. Published on 3 August 2002 by Richard Cumberland
    The third Elder Scrolls RPG gets an examination. Does it pass?

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  255. Published on 1 August 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    Coolermaster's case for smaller appetites - but does it perform?

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  256. Published on 1 August 2002 by Richard Cumberland
    A review of Duke's latest outing. Come and get it baby!

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  257. Published on 28 July 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    Globalwin's premier heatsink/fan combo put under our tests

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  258. Published on 27 July 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    A review of the Hiper range of power supply units - world exclusive

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  259. Published on 26 July 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    Interview with Murray Hume from Blueyonder Internet Services

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  260. Published on 23 July 2002 by Chris Thornett
    An in-depth look at why Halo is credited as one of the best games on the XBox

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  261. Published on 23 July 2002 by Chris Thornett
    Interview with Nicely Crafted's creative director on Time of Defiance

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  262. Published on 20 July 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    Cooljag's low profile cooler for rackmount environments compared against desktop models

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  263. Published on 17 July 2002 by Lawrence Latif
    Coolermaster's latest case is put through it's paces

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  264. Published on 16 March 2002 by Chris Thornett
    Microsoft unleashed its new gaming console on the world on 14th March, but is it worth the price?

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  265. Published on 9 December 2001 by Chris Thornett
    The second instalment of the Four Kings interview with TheGenius - Princely practice

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  266. Published on 6 December 2001 by Chris Thornett
    UKG talks to the leader of the Four Kings clan, current rulers in the world of UK Counter Strike

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  267. Published on 16 October 2001 by Chris Thornett
    X-fire: hit or miss. Is it worth your precious time to sit down and watch?...read on.

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  268. Published on 7 October 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Are we willing to foot the bill for playing online?

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  269. Published on 27 September 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Why have copper when you can have silver?

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  270. Published on 15 September 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Thermaltake's first case fan

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  271. Published on 11 September 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Intel's first chipset that supports SDRAM and Pentium 4

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  272. Published on 10 September 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    We speak to the world's largest CPU maker.

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  273. Published on 8 September 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    The latest addition to Coolermaster's Aluminium case range

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  274. Published on 23 August 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Head admin of Duel Arena speaks

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  275. Published on 18 August 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    The head admin of the SavageEuro team

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  276. Published on 11 August 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Alpha's huge heatsink

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  277. Published on 8 August 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    A modified ThermoEngine with a 60mm fan

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  278. Published on 1 August 2001 by Richard Cumberland
    The Mystery of the Druids preview

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  279. Published on 1 August 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Coverage of the first CPL event in the UK

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  280. Published on 28 July 2001 by Richard Cumberland
    Robot creation...and destruction!

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  281. Published on 26 July 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    The nicest thermal sensor on the planet?

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  282. Published on 22 July 2001 by Richard Cumberland
    Cossacks - European Wars

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  283. Published on 16 July 2001 by Richard Cumberland
    The expansion pack to Sudden Strike.

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  284. Published on 12 July 2001 by Richard Cumberland
    Sudden Strike; a WW2 game with tactics abound!

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  285. Published on 8 July 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Live coverage of the ELSA CPL qualifier at TPF

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  286. Published on 7 July 2001 by Richard Cumberland
    Star Trek: Dominion Wars, the latest Trek RTS from Simon and Schuster.

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  287. Published on 1 July 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Multiplay's head talks about the much hyped Insomnia 8 event

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  288. Published on 27 June 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Coverage of the Quake 3 Team deathmatch qualifier

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  289. Published on 21 June 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Weird and wacky racing from Team17

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  290. Published on 11 June 2001 by Mark Collin
    Urban Terror Beta 2 Reveiw

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  291. Published on 30 May 2001 by Mark Collin
    Is FSAA a reality with the advent of the GeForce 3 graphics card ???

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  292. Published on 16 May 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Loki to supply games to the Nokia Media Terminal

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  293. Published on 18 April 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Boat racing around Europe

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  294. Published on 5 April 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    A mid size tower case, with some nice features.

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  295. Published on 3 April 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Can you improve on the best in thermal compounds?

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  296. Published on 27 March 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Performance and good looks?

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  297. Published on 6 March 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    The best racing simulator available?

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  298. Published on 23 February 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Quake 3 finally finished?

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  299. Published on 22 February 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    The best case on the market today?

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  300. Published on 10 February 2001 by Mark Collin
    Latest Release from the Bitmap Brothers

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  301. Published on 27 January 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    A chip saver?

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  302. Published on 24 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    The next big thing in RTS, or last years leftovers ???

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  303. Published on 24 January 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Reaches the parts other fail

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  304. Published on 22 January 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Glyn speaks to Jopasc of ECAL

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  305. Published on 20 January 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Just a slab of glass?

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  306. Published on 19 January 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Cossacks press release

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  307. Published on 19 January 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    AMD goes all small

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  308. Published on 19 January 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Gameloft launch new online game

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  309. Published on 10 January 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    AMD's release for the Duron 850 MHz processor

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  310. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Full Press Release for Delta Force: Land Warrior

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  311. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Kawasaki Jet Ski Watercraft Press Release

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  312. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Elsa's workstation graphics card

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  313. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    More of Elsa on the shelves ????

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  314. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Preview of Mission: Humanity

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  315. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Dark Reign 2 looked at using the Beta Test

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  316. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Brand New Oni Screenhots

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  317. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Article on Weapons Factory Arena

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  318. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Does Size Matter ???

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  319. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Our favourite custom Q3 Maps

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  320. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Coverage of the CPL qualifier at The Playing Fields

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  321. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    BWEC Coverage from TPF

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  322. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Coverage of the Modem Clan Wars

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  323. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    EGO's UT Finals

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  324. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Coverage of the Razer CPL in Dallas

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  325. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    A rundown on the UT Championships

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  326. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Report on the I3 Lan Party

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  327. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Starcraft/Brood War Battle Reports

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  328. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Coverage of the CPL qualifiers in London

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  329. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Coverage of the UK's Biggest League

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  330. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Coverage of the XSi Event

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  331. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Reports and dicussion on the Barrysworld Megagames

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  332. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    The UK Team versus France

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  333. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    What the gamer's think about pro gaming in the UK

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  334. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Floating on air

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  335. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Much Cop ???

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  336. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    The little devil

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  337. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Radical Design without the performance ???

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  338. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Adhesive that allows you to attach heatsinks anywhere

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  339. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Silence is golden

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  340. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    The ORB comes to the Slot 1

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  341. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    A Hurricane in your Case

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  342. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    The generic mouse surface ???

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  343. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Just another goldfinger device ???

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  344. Published on 7 January 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Globalwin's VOS32 Killer ???

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  345. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Cleaning up the mess

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  346. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Stiff Competition for Globalwin ???

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  347. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Fool's Gold ???

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  348. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    The latest gold finger device for Slot A Athlon CPUs

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  349. Published on 7 January 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Plastic fantastic case cooling

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  350. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    A Tower of sins ???

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  351. Published on 7 January 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    The *Best* mousemat on the market ???

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  352. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    The BEST socket 370 heatsink we've seen so far

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  353. Published on 7 January 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    One HUGE case , but does it perfom ???

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  354. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    One of the more popular gold finger devices on the market

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  355. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    A gold finger device with an eye out for ergonomics

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  356. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    GlobalWin FDP32 Heatsink/Fan Review

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  357. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Sparkle GeForce 256 Review

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  358. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    The 'Overclockers' Case

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  359. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Baldur's Gate 2 Review

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  360. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Just another manager's diary ???

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  361. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Review of Planetarion: The New Dawn

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  362. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    The mod that makes you a rail God ???

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  363. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Dark Horse of an RPG ???

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  364. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Interview with Slave from Savage

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  365. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Interview with Spinner about Planetarion

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  366. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Mappers Delight

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  367. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    The man behind the guides

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  368. Published on 7 January 2001 by Mark Collin
    Locki on the Q3 Fortress Project

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  369. Published on 6 January 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Monster heatsink, but monster results?

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  370. Published on 6 January 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Spooky?

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  371. Published on 5 January 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Hip or hype?

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  372. Published on 5 January 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    The future of RTS in the UK?

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  373. Published on 5 January 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Preview of the biggest class based modification yet.

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  374. Published on 5 January 2001 by Lawrence Latif
    Review of the Soldier of Fortune demo

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