Christmas News Edition

Posted on Tuesday, Dec 24 2002 @ 09:43 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Merry Christmas everyone !!


Shockwave fan grill review
Never heard of AutoDeletePro? Well, now you have. I'm taking an exclusive look at one of AutoDeletePro's exclusive designs, the "Shockwave" fan grills. These are laser cut, and stainless steel. I'll be looking at some 80mm ones. But I'd like to say right now, one thing that I am really impressed with, is the all the sizes available. Try 60mm, 80mm, 92mm, and 120mm... Yes, I said 60mm fan grills! Let's begin...


Review Link : Extensiontech


Vantec Nexus Fan Controller Review
As computers become more and more powerful, additional cooling is required in order to keep them running stable. Standard ATX cases these days usually come with more than one fan. Additional air cooling leads to additional noise. Rheobus devices are used to control fan speeds leading to lower noise levels. Today we look at one of these devices by Vantec. Unlike many Rheobus kits available, Vantec adds quite a bit of style to their Nexus Fan Controller. Its striking design is targeted to please case modders and PC enthusiasts alike


Review Link : ExtremeMHz


MSI G4Ti4200-VTD8X Review
Overall, we can see that the card has performed well. As with most of their products, it is apparent that MSI has put a lot of thought into the manufacturing and marketing of this product. The included software bundle and features of this card such as TV-Out make the MSI G4Ti4200-VTD8X a great value
Review Link : Viper's Lair


Cooler Master Copper and Aluminum RAM Sinks Reviewage
"...if you are overclocking your RAM or have the new DDR-400+ RAM you will not go wrong with the Cooler Master RAM sinks. Their quality and cost make them the perfect solution


Review Link : A True Review


AMD Athlon XP 2400+ Review
Just in time for Christmas, Overclockers Club Canada has finished its last review of the year. In true OCC Canada sense, our review of the AMD Athlon XP 2400+ processor will be short and sweet, showing the results of it versus the Intel P4 2.53GHz CPU.
Review Link : OverclockersClubCanada


Plexiglass and a Spare Hard Drive
What do you get when you cross some plexiglass, a hard drive and some time on your hands? A somewhat see through hard drive!


Review Link : WhiningDog


Review : ISWAP 4 Channel Internal IDE Storage Subsystem
We've been reviewing mobile racks recently since I find myself swapping drives fairly regularly for testing purposes. Swapping drives isn't something relegated to testers/reviewers however - those who own or operate server(s) love the ability to change drives at will - especially if you can hot swap them. There are many power users who manipulate multiple OS's and like the expansion capability and the portability that racks provide. Now you can take designs normally found on a server rack system and bring it to your desktop. Enhance Technology sent us the ISWAP 4 Channel Internal IDE Hot Swap Storage Subsystem (Backplane) for review recently. That's a pretty long name if you ask me so we'll just reference this as the ISWAP 4 Channel. This is a housing assembly that can hold four 3.5" IDE drives in the space of 3 - 5.25" drive bays and allow for hot swapping of hard drives in a RAID configuration. Now granted - not everyone will need this housing assembly. In fact who needs to be able to hot swap four hard drives? But if you do, then check out this article..


Review Link : WhiningDog



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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