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Posted on Friday, February 14 2003 @ 18:49:16 CET by

Vantec Fan controller
Well this is my first review on a Vantec product and I'm excited! We are going to look at their new fan controler. This product seems to be something really well made and is great for overclockers that want a quiet computer sometimes. But it's also made for people that just want to be able to control their fans in the computer. So I hope you enjoy this and get something out of the review

Review Link : R&B Mods

Gaming Systems February 2003 Builder's Guide
For something a little new to ASE Labs we have monthly system setups. I'll be covering the gaming systems for this month. I have three setups: your budget system that costs 800 or less, a middle level system that costs around 1200, and the Top of the Line system for $2000.Let's get into the budget system.

Guide Link : ASE Labs

Albatron GeForce 4 Ti4800-8x Medusa
Thanks to Albatron, we have been given the opportunity to look at something completely new, the GeForce 4 Ti4800SE Medusa. No, this is not an FX card, but it does appear to be an "enhanced" version of the GeForce 4 Ti4400 with 8x AGP support. Even if this card is nearly the same as the Ti4400, experience tells us that whenever a company has another go at a video card, there are more enhancements than what you can see on paper. An updated version of anything is always more stable and usually delivers much better performance.
Review Link : ClubOC

How to mod an Antec EasyUSB
I did a bit of site hopping and ran into the Antec EasyUSB, a hard disk caddy that also adds 2 front USB ports to your case. Not wanting to spoil my new paint job I thought why not make it a feature of the case. So tools in hand I got started and here’s how it goes.

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Plextor 24/10/24U USB2 External CD-RW Drive Video Review
The Plextor 24/10/24U USB2 external CD-RW drive is all about mobility thus making reading or writing of data very convenient. Its USB2 capability results in high-speed transfers of data and that means error free burning. This product is also very stylish and is backed with the Pextor’s badge of quality and reliability. Watch the Video to find out more.
VideoReview Link : 3dGameMan

Microsoft Sidewinder Precision Pro 2
The CD that comes with it has software on it that can't be downloaded anywhere (I looked for several hours to find it!). This software allows you to program the different functions for each button, you can even program macros to be performed on the press of a button.

Review Link : Virtual-Underground

Kingston 512MB PC2700
Three weeks ago we took a look at Crucial UKs PC2700 512MB module; today we take a gander at the Kingston Technology PC2700 512MB module. More suited to an all round use but with a high overclocking potential, this stick is sure to please any quality advocate.

Review Link : EnvyNews

fUnc sUrface 1030 review
Two mousing surfaces (and a mouse clip!) in one product, and even comes in a reusable metal box - with your choice of textured or glass-smooth surfaces and the ability to use it in portrait or landscape setup; everything you need for a fully customizable game or work mousing experience is at your fingertips. This is it, folks - the best mousing surface around. Period.

Review Link : EnvyNews



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