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  • Price: $800 - 900 (estimate)

    Availability: Out Now

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    Like modern FA-18's loaded with the latest technology, the AMD Athlon 1GHz and Intel Pentium III 1GHz fight with knife-edged reflexes at incredible speeds high up in the sky. Like Hollywood air combat, the MHz war is exciting and fun to watch, but a war cannot be won with air power alone.

    Not so far below, squaring off across the no-man's land, the lower clocked, mass-produced CPUs make up the heart of their respective fighting forces. Intel has trained a new soldier (played by Wesley Snipes) and is sending it to the front line. The just announced Pentium III 850MHz and 866MHz, which we have reviewed here.





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