Monday News Part 2

Posted on Monday, December 30 2002 @ 13:17 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck

OCsystem Enhanced Geforce 4 Ti 4200 Review
Today we are looking specifically at the OCsystem Enhanced GeForce 4 Ti 4200. How exactly does the Ti 4200 differ from a vanilla GeForce 4 Ti 4200? Well here are the specs on the card I received

Review Link : Monster-Hardware

Impression MiniQ P4-533 Aluminum Barebones System Review
If you ask me, 2002 was the year of the Small Form Factor (SFF) Personal Computer. Systems based on all sorts of motherboard formats and case designs were unveiled this year to a surprisingly large demand. Perhaps Do It Yourself (DIY) hobbyists were just bored of the standard PC cases designs - I know I was. Perhaps we just loved having real estate back on our desktops and floors. OR perhaps system integrators finally figured out a way to bring all these various technologies onto one small motherboard format. Whatever the reason, SFF is IN! From mini ITX to Flex ATX designs, systems of all sorts of shapes and sizes are sprouting all around the net and the world. As we approach the end of this year, we find more vendors coming out with their own implementation of a SFF system just to make sure that they have a competing model. One of the recent new vendors is Impression and today we're going to take a look at their new MiniQ P4-533 Aluminum Mini Barebones system. The Impression MiniQ P4 is the same system that JetWay manufacturers but under a different brand name. On the surface, this looks to be another cube system like the Shuttle XPC series. However Impression looks to drive sales by targeting the entertainment market with the MiniQ. How does Impression do and what is the MiniQ P4-533 like? Read on and find out

Review Link : WhiningDog

Acrylic Skull Fan Guards
Before case modding ramped up in popularity the options for fan grills were severely limited, in fact the only offering was a standard grill in chrome or gold. With the advent of laser cut grills in steel and acrylic the lowly fan grill has transformed into something more than a way to keep fingers and wires out, they have become art. Laser cut fan grills add class and a level of individuality to a modded case, but with all of the different design options available it can be difficult deciding on what grill is right for your case mod.

Review Link : CaseModGod

XBags CTSS Case Carrying Bag Review
The XBag was designed with quality in mind. The CTSS makes carrying a large case easy. The XBag is a must have for anyone that packs up and carries their case around on a regular basis

Review Link : A True Review

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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