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Posted on Sunday, January 12 2003 @ 15:58:31 CET by

VIA EPIA M-9000 mobo Review
Although The EPIA-800 and the EPIA M-Series were developed for different types markets, the evolution shows and this second generation EPIA platform has developed very well.It has addressed the issues that plagued the first release and with a 933Mhz processor, MPEG2 onboard decoding, 5.1 audio, the ability to playback DVD, and all types of MPEG4 Video smoothly, the VIA EPIA M-9000 proves to be an impressive piece of kit
Review Link : Techseekers

Solid Multimedia case Review
Yes! One of the coolest options on this case are the 2 CD-Rom Stealth Bays. One of my personal pet peeves when buying any case that is not plain beige is that when you start installing drives, baybuses, etc, everything starts to look rather ghetto. Not so with the Solid Multimedia Case. With the case, you get 2 face plates that are capable of opening up when housing a CD-Rom or similar item. It's hard to tell just from looking at it (which is a good thing) so let me show you here with a couple of pics.

Review Link : OCAddiction

Zalman ZM80A-HP GPU Cooler Review
Blaming your cooler for drowning out your auditory cues may sound like a cheeky excuse when you get fragged but it could be the cold, hard truth. Try switching to a cooler that does not sound like a hurricane!
Today, we will examine in great details the monstrous Zalman ZM80A-HP passive GPU cooler with heat pipe technology! Will this 400g monster with 1300 cm2 of surface area be able to cool the super-hot GPUs that till today require active cooling? Let's find out!

Review Link : Rojakpot



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