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Extreme Speed-Six Workstations Push the Limits   31 Oct, 2004

The systems submitted for this roundup are the most varied I've seen in one of our roundups for some time: AGP-based systems, PCI Express systems, single-processor workstations, and dual-processor systems. One vendor submitted a workstation for the first time-Alienware, a familiar name in the...More>>

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You’re not looking to splurge on all the bells and whistles; you just need a reliable machine that will get the job done. But what type of configuration will meet your needs? And which components and capabilities are must-haves? From the editors of Cadalyst. Download your copy.




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