Wednesday News Part 2

Posted on Wednesday, Dec 18 2002 @ 16:22 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck



Review : EL IDE Cables
I think there's certain things that "if they aren't broke, don't fix them" and this is one of them. Like we don't have enough stuff in our cases that need power and/or molex plugs, now the damn IDE cables too?!.... HELL NO, WE WON'T GO!!...LOL! I'm a huge supporter of LED fans myself. Why? Because they not only serve their cooling purpose, but they add the great colors and glow to the product WITHOUT adding any additional wiring. It's totally an invisible feature. That to me, is the perfect kinda product. This EL IDE Cable, is the exact opposite of an led fan. Instead of taking a messy product and either adding features or making it neater, this product takes a perfectly fine item and turns it into a pricey mess. Remember guys, even if you like the spiral glow of these, think x 3. Three inverters to hide, Three wires to hide, Three molex plugs you'll need .....just for your ide cables!"


Review Link : Virtual-Hideout


Gigabyte 7VAXP KT400 Motherboard Review
The KT400 chipset is now widespread, and many companies have released their KT400 boards in mass quantities. To continue with our slew of KT400 reviews, we've put Gigabyte's GA-7VAXP Ultra board through our test labs and found the board to have some interesting qualities, and some irksome quirks. Overall though, I think you'll find this board to be an interesting alternative to the other KT400 boards


Review Link : Neoseeker


Coolermaster ATC-220B-AX1 Case Review
Looking back to a few years ago, computer casing was used to be plain and unattractive. They are just merely used for housing and to protect some important computer components such as motherboards, video cards, hard disk and so the list goes on. Also, the materials used are the common coated steel which will corrode after a few years of usage. But, nowadays, casing will never be the same as the one we saw a few years ago.


Review Link : myWORLD Hardware



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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