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Posted on Thursday, February 20 2003 @ 10:48:09 CET by



Kingston PC 3500 DCDDR
We previously wrote a review on a Kingston HyperX PC3500 512MB module, and now we are back with more! This time, we’ll be testing 2 sticks Kingston HyperX PC3500 256MB running in dual channel DDR (DC DDR) configuration on an Epox 8RDA+ along with an AMD Athlon XP 2700+ microprocessor. We’ll see if these modules are capable of supporting DC DDR and able to run lower timings at higher speeds. HyperX is a fairly new line of product for Kingston. Let’s see if this is what you’ve been looking for.


Review Link : Nexus Hardware


Dremel MultiPro 395 & Flex Shaft Attachment Review
The Dremel MultiPro 395 is simple palm sized electric motor attached to a rotating shaft. The versatility of the MultiPro 395 comes from the fact that it can be wielded like an engraving tool and has a larger number of add-on accessories and attachments. As an all-purpose tool the Dremel MultiPro 395 is capable of being used with different attachments which include abrasive wheels, drill bits, wire brushes, polishers, engraving bits, router bits, and standard or re-enforced cutting wheels. The MultiPro 395 features a re-designed click and set-on setting which allows you to match the speed of your existing job as well as a new comfort grip housing for better control and handling.


Review Link : Modthebox


Howto : CD-rom Window + LEDs
If you are modding your system, why spend all of the time and effort and then stick a load of ugly drives in place. If you are going as far as to build an acrylic case, then this extra effort separates your case from being yet another one in the crowd and into something a bit special.


Review Link : The Modfathers


M-Systems DiskOnKey Flash Drives (DiskOnKey Pro, Classic and Classic 2.0 products) Video Review
Flash Drives make transferring and transporting data extremely easy and very convenient. The Classic and Pro models are both USB1.1 and the Classic 2 model is USB2. All models are great however their Classic 2 product transfers data at blistering speeds which is even better news for an already "must have" product. Watch the Video to find out more..
Review Link : 3dGameMan




 



 

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