Monday News part 2

Posted on Monday, December 02 2002 @ 13:40 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck

DigiDoc5 Silver Review
The DigiDoc5 has proved itself a handy tool over the past few weeks. As Motherboard Monitor has yet to implement nForce2 sensor readings, the DigiDoc5 stepped in and actually gave me something somewhat better – more temperature readings, continuous voltage monitoring, and all without taking up desktop space or system resources. Don’t get me wrong – MBM is one of my “must have” system utilities, but the DigiDoc5 complements it so well. No more leaving games to check system temperature when it’s blazing hot in the computer room, no more wondering what the extra load of another hard drive is doing to your system voltage; it’s all right there, at your fingertips.
The DigiDoc5 Silver

Review Link : EnvyNews

Samsung SyncMaster 191T Review
Our victim is that of a beautiful Samsung LCD. Now I must say, you get what you pay for. If you want quality, you have to pay for it. You can not expect a Ford Taurus would have the same substantial as a Porsche. You can of course expect that that Ford would have the same basic features of the Porsche as in a steering wheel, gas pedal and brakes though. CRT monitors are becoming more over an annoying paperweight leaving LCDs on the road to accomplishment.
Tha Screenie

Review Link : HyTek Computer

Clear PSU Kits Review
I have nothing bad to say about these clear covers except for the fact that your PSU warranty will most likely be voided if the original cover is removed. Other than this; they're simple to install, look great, and will be the finishing touch on any modded case.
The PSU Window kit

Review Link : Systemcooling

Crucial 256MB PC2700 DDR Memory Review
Today we’ll be taking a look at 256MB PC2700 DDR from Crucial. How fast will they run? How far can you push this stick of RAM and maintain full system stability? That is what the purpose of this review. Lets find it out!
Some mem

Review Link : M:6 Hardware

Thermal Compound Shootout
Well a thermal compound shootout Sounds exciting? Well maybe not for the normal user but overclockers gotta love it A thermal compund is something you put between the cooler and the CPU core so it transfers heat better and that of course gives you lower temperatures. Nanotherm was nice and sent me 4 diff ones and I had some Artic Silver 3 to compare with since Artic Silver is the leading brand on the market now. Well lets roll with the review..
The stuff..

Review Link : R&B Mods

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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