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    Default A nice little article on quad core technologies.

    i wasn't quite sure wherer to put this, but here it is
    http://icrontic.com/articles/quad_core
    i must admit, it looks like the writer is a fellow AMD fan, but its a good read nevertheless.

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    wow, that was a really good read.... Im not even on the dual core train yet?!! But ill be making sure my Mobo is quad core ready.

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    i was just reading around and found it.on further lookking its realy biased, but still it talks some sense

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