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Posted on Sunday, November 24 2002 @ 08:56:53 CET by

Review : AMS gTower with Slight Modifications
Before receiving this case I was what you could call an aluminum case virgin. I'd seen them at stores and friends' homes. But I never actually had one to play with and to review. So when an opportunity arrived to do this review I jumped at the chance and after looking over this case for a few hours I have to admit that I will never own a steel case again.
>br> Not only is this case extremely light as compared to cases like the Cooler Master ATC-710 or the Antec SX-830 (which are basically the same Chenming case), this AMS gTower has a superb fit and finish
Kewl case

Review Link : Systemcooling

Review : Kool Cases Panther Full Tower Case
The Panther is one of many consumer based full tower cases offered by Kool Cases and comes complete with all the functionality found in more expensive models. The specifications of the Panther are simular to that of your classic full tower case and is generally suited for systems which require more expansion room
The Case

Review Link : Modthebox

Review : OCZ PC3500 DDR-433 SDRAM
The module itself looks similar to Geils DDR-433 module which we reviewed earlier, only without the Platinum coating on the heatspreader. OCZ have placed the spreader on the memory in aid of cooling of the memory modules when they are running at extremely high speeds. In all, it is similar in design to Geil and XtremeDDR’s offerings in terms of style, so points go for ingenuity.

With modules ranging from 128MB up to 512MB, you will find just about any size and speed you want from the OCZ memory group. Since running DDR-433 with more than one module is almost impossible, it is good to see large memory sizes coming to the rescue.
Review Link : TweakTown



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