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Monday News part 3

Posted on Monday, January 06 2003 @ 17:34:57 CET by

Well there was sure a lot of news today after a rather calm weekend
CrystalFontz CFA634-TMC-KS LCD Review
Whether you use this to display system info from your computer desktop or you decide to mount it on your case somewhere, do not miss out on a mod that will quickly become a new fad. After playing with the software, installing, testing, etc, I must say that the CrystalFontz 634 LCD display is of exceptional quality. Not only is the size plenty big to clearly read, the actual lettering is VERY crisp and clean. The ability to change baud rates on this unit is also a great feature for support of various motherboards and systems.

Review Link : Twisted Mods

Review : PC Toys Dual Blue Cathode Kit
Two blue cathodes for $28, what more can you ask for? The quality is good also!

Review Link : ASE Labs

HighSpeed PC XP Unlocking Kit Review
Are you one of the people who tries to get everything they can get from their computer. Someone who pushes their computer to the limit of crashing then backs it off just a hair? Do you not want to listen to the CPU makers when they tell you how fast your chip should go? Well, do I have the perfect product for you; the XP Unlocking Kit from HighSpeed PC will allow you to over clock your CPU so you can squeeze every last MHz from that chip of yours.

Review Link : XtReMoDs

Swiftech MCW50-T 80 Watt Thermoelectric GPU Peltier Review
This is the Swiftech MCW50-T, the first fully assembled thermoelectric graphics card cooling unit in the world..
Review Link : 3dXtreme



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