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Tuesday News (10th of December)

Posted on Tuesday, December 10 2002 @ 08:27:11 CET by

Galaxy Mods sound activated EL neon wire Review
Inside the package were instructions, a five foot length of blue EL wire, four pieces of double sided adhesive and the sound activated inverter module. There is also a plug in for a second length of EL wire which is nice if you decide you want another length of EL wire later on. There is no molex pass through on the unit but unlike a lot of whiney review sites that like making this type of thing out to be a big deal, I know a molex y-splitter is only 99 cents if I needed one

Review Link : CaseModGod

AeroCool X-Factor CPU Cooler
The main body and fins of the X-Factor are made of extruded aluminum, with a copper center core which contacts the processor. This is an increasingly common design configuration which makes sense from the perspective of physics - effectively, copper is very efficient at conducting heat (ie., from the cpu) and aluminum is more efficient at dissipating, or getting rid of, the heat. Let's have a look

Review Link : OverclockersClubCanada

Review : 21" Chenming Fileserver case
The case is very heavy duty. It's one of the heaviest cases due to the thickness of the steel used in its construction, and it has some of the best edge rounding you can find in a case. The 3.5" HD fan cages use a snap on locking mechanism that allows tooless removal and replacement of the cage (you still need to screw the HDs into the cage though)

Review Link : Neoseeker

Review : WinBackup
What would happen if your computer crashed today? Would you lose important documents? Bookmarks? Pictures? If so, you had better think about backing up your files regularly. If you aren't doing it now, you should. Trust me on this one. Other websites have looked at WinBackup from LIUtilities, but please, take a peep at the ExtensionTech.net review of it. You shouldn't be disappointed, and maybe perhaps a bit more enlightened after reading some other short reviews that I have personally seen. After all, you can't just read one review of something and decide on buying or not buying it can you? I do wish my retail version of WinBackup would have came by the time of posting this review, but it didn't. So I can't show you that. Oh well...”

Review Link : Extensiontech



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