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Andy Drake on IR again

Ronald Hanaki
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BXBoards has been fairly quiet as of late because of ‘Dandy’ Andy Drake’s recent arm injury but get this. He has managed to land on the injured-reserve list. Again. How? You won’t believe it if I told you so go to BXBoards for the full story. Whazzuupp, dude. I didn’t know that going to Comdex could be so dangerous. Since the 440BX has seen its best days behind it, how about a domain name change to “ER” or “Gideon’s Crossing?” In the meantime, they have updated their ‘world famous’ Overclocking Tips page and have posted a quick review of the Asus A7V with an ATi Radeon All-in-Wonder review sure to follow. I wish him a quick recovery but what a klutz.

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