Friday News (27th December 2002)

Posted on Friday, Dec 27 2002 @ 18:24 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck



Thermaltake Volcano 9 HSF Review
Looking back at the previous year, we knew that Thermaltake was well-known for it's series of ORB cooler. Back then, when the ORB cooler came out it had good feedbacks. Later, in order to cope with the changes, Thermaltake started to abandon their ORB series and came out with newer and improved cooler known as Volcano series...


Review Link : myWORLD Hardware


ATI Radeon 9500 Pro Overclocking
The Radeon 9500 Pro may be good at stock, but we want to see what it can do overclocked! Get the tools and the steps to do it here


Review Link : ASE Labs


Custom Bayfiller LOGO Guide
When you look at the front bezel, you will commonly see stealthed drives, a baybus, a rheobus, and a floppy. Most bezels don’t have much personality to them like windows do. You could cut a window into a shape or get a custom window appliqué, but there’s not much you can do to your front bezel, until now. In this guide, I will show you how to add some personality to your front bezel with a little Dremel action and some time


Review Link : TwistedMods


Trek ThumbDrive Smart
In either platform, the device will appear as a removable storage device. The capacity of the unit we've received is 16MB. If that's too paltry for you, they have models with up to 128MB. The device works like any other storage device, where you can simply copy files back and forth from the device as you would a floppy. One thing that is suggested though... don't yank the Thumbdrive out when you're done with it, or you'll risk the possibility of data corruption.


Review Link : Viper's Lair


DDR RAM Guide Updated - Mushin PC3200 and Transcend PC2100
Mushkin is another well-known company in the mind of many overclockers. It made its fame with its PC-133 modules. (Wow, these old days) Today, we are going to test Mushkin's latest offering, the PC-3200 module. According to this page, it uses 5ns memory chip. Unfortunately, I was not able to remove the heatspreader, as I do not want to void the warranty of this module. Case modders may find the purple heatspreader attractive
Review Link : Overclockers New Zealand



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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