Noise control for computers is a big deal right now, nobody wants a PC that sounds like a jumbo jet at takeoff. Products for sound control range from sound dampening foam kits to low RPM fans to baybus devices, but nothing does the job as well as a rheobus. A rheobus unit gives the best of both worlds, dial up high fan RPM's while gaming or during CPU intensive applications or dial down low fan RPM's (and also less noise) when less cooling is needed, or for when your significant other is trying to sleep
Form and Function. Two words that often do not go together. The latest case offering from ExoticPC entitled, “The dBox", is definitely a step in the right direction.
The heart and soul of this case is an integrated 3-channel thermometer with an external digital display and a 10-speed fan controller. With this feature alone it would be a great case, but to top it all off it comes in a very sleek and sexy case. In a market that is constant striving for more new and innovative designs I think ExoticPC may have hit the nail right on the head with the dBox. But enough said, let's get on with the review!
The AMS G-Mono Mid Tower Case has to be the coolest looking case on the planet in its very affordable price range. With a Firewire, USB2 and audio connections at the front, and an amazing high gloss paint job it has buy and mod me written all over it. Watch the Video to find out more..