ExtremetTech takes a look at the Bigfoot Killer K1. This is a scaled down version of original Killer NIC and lacks the ability to run FNA Apps without a pay-for upgrade.
Staying with ExtremeTech and moving from the world of high powered network cards to CPUs, have a look at their review of the AMD Athlon X2 6000+. For reference, HotHardware also took a look at one of these CPUs recently. Without a doubt it is one fast piece of silicon.
Staying with AMD but moving to another site, and the world of motherboards: OCWorkbench takes a look at a new ASUS motherboard based on the new AMD 690G chipset.
While we're on the subject of motherboards let's go from mini-ATX and AMD to full blown ATX and Intel. Bigbruin takes a look at the nForce 680i SLI powered ECS PN2-SLI2+ motherboard here.
That's all for now, but stay tuned for more hardware roundups.
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