Christmas News

Posted on Wednesday, December 25 2002 @ 9:23 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Merry Christmas everyone!

Xoxide X450 Aluminum Case Review
The silver front bezel sports microphone and USB extensions, which can make your life a hell of a lot easier since there's no need to reach around the case in order to hotswap a device. The plates of the bezel are covered with plexiglas and have a blueish tint. When ordering this case it's a good idea to get some drive covers for aesthetic purposes; beige CD-ROMs do not blend well with a silver case!

Review Link : WinHQ

OCZ Goliath 2 SE AMD cooler Review
Another cooler another review What makes this cooler better than the other then? Does it got a good noise/air ratio? We will look close into OCZ Goliath 2 SE AMD cooler. Which by the looks seem to be a winner but is it really?

Review Link : R&B Mods

VIA KT400 Chipset Overclocking Review
In the search for more performance, I tested 3 brandnew KT400 equipped motherboards, in the hope to outperform my current AMD performance system, based on the KT333 chipset. Asus A7V8X, Gigabyte GA-7vax and Msi KT4 Ultra are included in this review..
Review Link : Madshrimps

MX500 & MX700 Optical Mouse review
The new Logitech MX Performance series was officially introduced in late September 2002. Since the introduction of optical mouse a couple of years ago, the technology has evolved many times already, and this latest product line from Logitech is said to give even more precision and control to the user. In this review, we will check out the MX500 and the MX700 (which is the cordless version of the MX500) mice of this new series. The MX300 is the entry-level mouse of the new series, and just isn’t as good for hardcore gamers, so we left it out of this article. We will give a separate score for each of the two mice, and some sections of the review will only be for one of the two models.

Review Link : LANParty

Swiftech MCX462+T HSF Review
Fellow Overclockers, it is my privilege to announce that the air-cooled peltier is not dead. Of course that is always up for debate, and if you're a mad Overclocker such as myself, you know that its going to take a lot more than that kind of statement to convince you its true. Leave it Swiftech to be up for the challenge. I can just picture their developers staying up till 4AM trying to figure out the optimal configuration of wattage and surface area to make such a contraption work. These were the first things that came to my mind when I was asked to review this gigantic mammoth of a CPU Cooler called the MCX462+T from Swiftech!

Review Link : ClubOC

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