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Thursday News part 2

Posted on Thursday, April 24 2003 @ 17:27:07 CEST by

Homemade (Ghetto) Graphics Card Cooler
Making your own PCI card cooler is one of the easiest ways to lower the temperature of your graphics card for over-clocking without voiding your warranty by removing stock cooling or causing physical damage to the hardware itself. We all know that high temperatures on hardware limit the lifetime and performance of the product, our goal in this guide is to provide you all with a sufficient amount of additional cooling for your graphics card and anything that may come your way!

Mod over at TwistedMods

FragBox Aluminum Lan Case
So you call yourself a gamer. But do you have the case to prove you are. Today we look at a product called the "FragBox" Lan case from the great guys over at KoreComputers. This case has to be seen to be believed! It is completely designed for that ultimate case look!
Review Link : Aus PC World

Memory Roundup Q1 - 2003
With NForce2 mobo's capable of FSB speeds far beyond 200mhz and Intel Canterwood (875P) boards reaching an insane 300mhz FSB, it might be a good idea to go shop for some new memory!

Review Link : Madshrimps

CoolerMaster CoolDrive 3
The CoolerMaster CoolDrive 3 with its removable front panel and our filter material will stop a lot of dust and dirt getting onto our hard drives and inside our computers.

So from us it is three cheers to CoolerMaster with this super CoolDrive 3. And it keep the hard disk drive cooler
Review Link : A1 Electronics

Linksys ProConnect Integrated 2 Port KVM Switch
Having more than one PC is no longer considered unusual. A primary machine sitting next to a file/mail/web/ftp server is common in many an enthusiast's home. With that server comes the usual "added" extras such as another mouse, another keyboard, another monitor. It can be irritating when there simply isn't enough desk space for those extras. A keyboard, video and mouse switch solves that problem. The linksys integrated 2 port KVM is about the most simplest/basic such unit you can buy. It even does away with the switch and cables separation.
Review Link : Icrontic

Thermaltake Aquraius II Wasserkühlung (For our German readers)
Beim Koolance PC2-601BW, das wir bereits im Test hatten, handelte es sich um ein Gehäuse mit integrierter Komplettwasserkühlung. Die Aquarius 2 ist ein Wasserkühlsystem zum Aufrüsten und im Gegensatz zum Koolance, nur zur Kühlung der CPU gedacht. Das Gute bei dieser Lösung ist, dass man das System komplett ohne Schrauben oder Bohren montieren kann. Ob das Einsteiger-Wasserkühlungskomplettset wirklich so einfach zu installieren ist und ob die Temperaturen überzeugen können, wird sich in diesem Artikel zeigen

Review Link : MHzPower (German)



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