Digital Hot Rods: a book review at bit-tech.net

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    Ben Hardwidge, a name well known in the UK modding scene, has penned a new paperback guide to the world of modding and overclocking. It's glossy and informative: but can it stand up to the gaze of the hardcore enthusiast? We curl up by the fire with a cup of tea to find out.

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    Quote: "Unlike so many more mainstream accounts of the PC enthusiast hobby, there's no finger-pointing or 'look at these weirdos and their PCs' vibe: there's a genuine admiration shown for the guys producing this stuff, and a clear knowledge of the subject matter. This is not the kind of mainstream book you'll pick up and roll your eyes at - it is relevant and engaging to people as hardcore as us."

    Link: http://www.bit-tech.net/bits/2006/02/20/digital_hotrods_book_review/1.html
     
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