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Posted on Wednesday, March 05 2003 @ 07:34:38 CET by



Vatenc Vp4-c7040
Well tonight I will have a look at a CPU cooler from Vatenc called Vp4-c7040. This is a P4 cooler but you can also get this as an AMD one. We are testing it under overclocking and just some normal use to see what it can do for todays overclockers and normal users.


Review Link : R&B Mods


Thermaltake Spark 7 P4 HSF
The Spark 7 is an all copper heatsink that is designed for the power user! Since this heatsink is aimed at 3.0ghz and beyond, we felt it would be something our readers would enjoy
Review Link : Legitreviews


pcToys Blue Fantasy
There will be four things that I will be showing you today. A Northbridge chipset cooler, video card cooler, fan controller and a blue digital Koolnace EXOS mod. All things fit in a theme, which I like to call “pcToys Blue”. Those who know me, know that blue is my favorite color. And just like that dance tune by Eiffel 65 – I’m Blue, I will be going blue with my computer.


Review Link : Systemcooling


Thermalright SLK-800 Socket-A
For the most part, air cooling performance between the SLK-800 and the MCX462+ is a draw. One advantage the SLK-800 has is that it's probably more compatible than the MCX462+, since many of the newer AMD motherboards don't have the four mounting holes. It's flexible, accomadating three sizes of fans, though I'd imagine most of you will stick with the 80mm ones, and possibly the 70mm ones.
Review Link : Viper's Lair


Albatron PX845PEV Pro (Intel 845PE) Motherboard Review
The Albatron PX845PEV Pro kept pace with the Asus P4PE throughout all of the Performance Testing that we submitted both boards too. The difference in performance was negligible, however it's the cost that makes the Albatron PX845PEV Pro a true winner. The Albatron PX845PEV Pro can be purchased for around $85 online, the Asus P4PE sells for around $120. Considering the performance, price and overclockability of the Albatron PX845PEV PRO I see no reason in not suggesting this motherboard to anyone looking for a Intel p4 motherboard upgrade..
Review Link : 3dXtreme




 



 

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