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Posted on Sunday, January 05 2003 @ 17:40:30 CET by

Review : 3,5" Rheobus fan controler
Well its time for another review again and this time its from Eksitdata. They sent me a 3,5 Rheobus fan controller and a adapter gadget so you can use it in a 5,25 slot if you want to What is really neat with this is that it has leds that shine brighter the more then fan is turned on.

Review Link : R&B Mods

Wet and Chilly Chips - SoA Watercooling Kit Review
Lolz at the title, in Dutch SOA stands for : Sexual Transmitual Disease
Wet and Chilly Chips are a new company that I have tracked the progress of from about January of last year, and back then, after emailing the staff, I was sure that they were going to produce some good quality products. Now, they have completed the development of their first watercooling systems fully and are ready to ship them out, and I have one here for review.

Review Link : Water-Cooling

Vantec Nexus Multi-function Panel
Overall it looks as though Vantec has succeeded in their goals. They have provided a means to get I/O access to the front of the case, have made it look good in the process, and have also added in some other good tools that will certainly come in useful. While LCD displays are becoming more common all the time, the ability to control the fan speeds of the HSF is a huge plus to the enthusiast looking for a means to quiet the beast down to a more acceptable level

Review Link : TweakTown



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