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Monday News Part 3

Posted on Monday, December 09 2002 @ 15:42:20 CET by




Creating Multi-Color Appliqués Guide
My day, Wednesday, started off as any normal day of mine. I slept in late, got up, checked my email and watched TV. I noticed my old case sitting in the corner, and the window looked boring without an appliqué. I had planned on going to the local vinyl decal shop and getting something printed up for it; however, I wanted to do something different. This is what I came up with..


Review Link : Twisted Mods


PSU Led Fan Guide
I´ve seen a bunch of Led fans in Psu´s you can buy but they are so expensive so i tought why not do one myself..


Review Link : R&B Mods


Vantec Nexus NXP-201 Fan Controller Review
A few weeks back we take a look at the Nexus Multi-Function Panel, which provides temperature readings via an LCD and also CPU fan speed control, and also USB2.0 and Firewire ports. Now most of us would have more than just a single fan and we all know what type of fans a crazy modder would have in his case. But at certain point of time, we would like to quiet them down to have some peace of mind or when we're sleeping. The idea of controlling our fans to quiet things down isn't new, so with the availability of various kinds of control devices out there, how will this newcomer from VantecUSA fare? Well, that's what we're about to find out!
Kewl kewl


Review Link : Virtual-Hideout


Thermaltake Silent PurePower 420W PSU Video Review
The Thermaltake Silent PurePower 420watt Power Supply has all the power needed for almost any demanding PC user. Also, its surprising quiet, has quality construction and is very affordable. This product is definitely worth keeping at the very top of your list if you are in the market for a PSU.
VideoReview Link : 3dGameMan




 



 

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