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Posted on Wednesday, March 26 2003 @ 15:55:39 CET by



Basic System Upgrade
MHW today has published a reader upgrade article. I am not sure how to describe this one hence the name Basic System Upgrade. In it he briefly touches on lapping, cable routing, thermal paste use, backups, he even throws in a couple tips on how to smooth the purchases over with the wife.

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"There! I don’t have any shrink-wrap or wire wrapping, so the PSU wires were routed as best as possible and the unused wires tucked up at the top. I used the IDE and floppy cables that came with the motherboard so I could do “ribbon cable origami” instead of my old “cut up and electrical taped” cables. I was quite proud of myself in this, and it added an hour or so to the total install time. But I was done!"
More at MHW


Crazy PC's Panel Wrap Review and Case Rehab
How much are you willing to spend on a paint job for your computer. You can buy a case pre painted or take a case you allready have and give it a paint job. You can spend some serious cash for paint, and if it is a custom paint job you can really fork out the bucks. Well I have an alternative to that, the Panel or Casewrap. Check these out, not only do they look good, but they can protect your case from scratches and dings at those LAN parties. Enough said, Wrap it up Sonny.


Review Link : Furioustech


Albatron PX845PEV-800
As the first website in Scandinavia we've taken a look at Albatrons new 800MHz FSB? mainboard - Albatron PX845PEV-800 - the 800 in the last bit of the name indicates that the board should support 200MHz on the FSB, either by overclocking or by using the upcoming P4 Cpu's... I would like to start with saying that it have been an pleasure to use this board for nearly a week. There havent been any problems at all. Everything has just worked like it should from day one. I have also experienced that the board is very stable, it have run at 3420MHz and PC3500 since i startet it the first time.
Review Link : Hardware-test


X-trac Zoom mousepad
Awhile back I had a chance to try out the Xtrac Pro mousepad and I gave it my recommendation and 5 out of 5. Well now it's time to look at the follower to that mousepad, it's called the Zoom and is for optical mice. It's credit card thin and has a special bottom so it will not move on the table. Well we are going to take a look at it now and stop talking


Review Link : R&B Mods


Two Times the Fun: 2 x 75CFM or not? @ Viper Lair
One question that I've had asked a couple of occasions is that if one monster fan cools a heatsink well, why not add two? In my opinion, I think it's a waste of time, and it'll end up adding needless noise, but I've decided to address it today regardless
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AOpen HP-590 Vibrating Headphones Video Review
The AOpen HP-590 Vibrating Headphones are stylish, compact and offer great quality sound for music and/or gaming. One very interesting feature with this product is a vibration speaker which provides terrific bass response. These headphones have LAN party written all over them. Watch the Video to find out more.
Review Link : 3dGameMan




 



 

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