Wednesday News

Posted on Wednesday, January 08 2003 @ 10:15 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck

3.5” aluminum rheobus review and contest
Fan noise driving you crazy? Do you have to sleep in the same room as your PC? Well, you probably need a rheobus. While lots of 5 1/4" rheobuses have made an appearance from many companies, it's still kind of rare to find one that goes into a 3 1/2" bay now isn't it? Continue on as I take this somewhat hard to find 3.5" aluminum rheobus through the hoops. Don't forget to put your name in for the contest!

Review Link : ExtensionTech

Fanner System Coolers Review
FannerTech has been quite well-known for it's affordable and efficient heatsink coolers. Besides producing heatsinks, they also produced other miscellaneous products such as fan exhaust, hard disk cooler and so on. This is to meet and fulfill the demand of the current market that need an extra cooling solution.

Review Link : myWORLD Hardware

Logitech Mouse LED modification guide
After removing the small metal brace, take that plastic piece that it was holding down (this is the Led mount) and bend it upward just a bit, this will make it easier to remove the Led. Now, turn over the circuit board and look near the very top right under the start of the Led mount where the Led wires feed into the board. There are two solder points which you will need to re-melt with your soldering iron and pop out the Led wires by pulling on the mount while the solder is molten. It shouldn't take more than a few tries before you can wiggle it out

More @ PCReviewSpot

Logitech MX700 review
This new mouse from Logitech not only brings updated optical technology (800 dpi) to the market but also updated cordless technology
Review Link : 3dXtreme , and soon on DV Hardware

OCC Contest!
A contest at OCC is long overdue, and we're going to try and make it up over the next month or two. Right now we're giving away two Nexus Fan Controllers (review found at: ). We have a black one and also a silver colored one to give away. It's easy to enter, just go to our contest page and type in your name & email and you'll be entered! The forum contest has a little twist to it. First of all you must be a registered member and you need atleast 25 posts in order to enter the contest. You get one entry in the contest for every 50 posts you make. If you have under 50 posts, you only have one entry. On, Jan. 13th 2003 I will run a program that will automatically calculate your posts and odds of winning and it will randomly select the winner based on those odds.
Contest Link : OCC

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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