Wednesday News part 2

Posted on Wednesday, November 27 2002 @ 9:07 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Review : Lamps Electronics Cold Cathodes
For many modded cases, correct lighting and color is key to having a great looking finished product. Whether your scheme is red, blue, green, UV, etc, it’s always a good idea to get the brightest cold cathode light fixture available so you can start turning heads! A couple of weeks ago, I received an email from Li Gao of a new company called “Lamps Electronics,” stationed out of China. In fact, this company is SO new, they do not currently have a site available. You could kind of consider this review a preview. Once we had received the first ccfl package, I was surprised to see the variety of lamps they allowed us to take a look at. Pulling the bulbs out one-by-one, I was surprised to see that they had given us three 12” blue lamps, two multi color 12” lamps, 8” red lamp, 4” green lamp and two 12” UV/blacklight lamps.
The lamps of Lamps Electronics

Review Link : TwistedMods

Review : Albatron KX400 8X KT400 Motherboard Review
Albatron made a good entrance into motherboard market with its KX-400+ board (KT333). The KX400+ is now upgraded with KT-400 chipset to support DDR-400, AGP 8X and USB 2.0 functions with a new name KX400 8X. Let us take a closer look.
nice PCB color

Review Link : OverclockersNZ

Review : Monitor Cooler
Let me ask you a question, is your monitor the most expensive individual component of your PC? Well, it is the most expensive part of mine. So, why don't you take care of it like you do the rest of your computer? This is when I decided to go out and buy the Monitor Cooler from
the cooler

Review Link : XtReMods

Review: DFI AD77 Inifnity
DFI, although not a tier one motherboard manufacturer, has over 20 years of experience in this field. With manufacturers springing about with many new designs and features DFI has gone quietly about their job and produces some impressive motherboards on paper with very little noise. One of these motherboards is the DFI AD77 Infinity. On paper AD77 Infinity looks very impressive and sports almost every feature you need. Packed with the KT400 chipset the AD77 Infinity is aiming to hit the high performance market. However the overall benefit of this board is it's price. With a $107 (lowest during print) street price along with all the features DFI surely makes an enticing package for consumers to buy. Today we will take a look at the board and how well it stacks up against the competition.
Tha box

Review Link : SubZeroTech

About the Author

Thomas De Maesschalck

Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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