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Bitspower CCFL Review
Well everyone knows about Bitspower right? If not keep reading They sent me 3 CCFL to look at one three colored, one UV and one blue one. That are the ones I will look at this evening....

There is alot of these CCFL´s out there but Bitspower has always done quality stuff... So will these CCFL´s be better than the others out there?

Review Link : R&B Mods

Vantec Nexus NXP-201 Review
Digital Docs and other fan monitoring systems only allow you to turn on and off fans based on temperature. A manual system is more work, but it allows control over the fans. Instead of a fan turning on full blast at a certain temperature, the Vantec Nexus NXP-201 allows you to turn the fan on just a little bit, when only a little bit of air is called for.

Review Link : A True Review

Lian Li T-3 LCD Thermometer review
Tempatures in todays computers are hotter and more of a concern to people, remember heat kills! Many computer owners have their rigs in a Lian Li case, not only are these cases sylish, being all aluminum helps control heat. There are many ways to monitor heat, I am looking at the T-3 LCD thermometer from Lian Li. It fits in a 3.5" bay instead of a 5.25" bay, is stylish and adds good looks to your case. Come and read if this device can deliver the information you need
Review Link : Furioustech

Leadtek GeForce 4 Ti4200 AGP 8X VGA Review
Leadtek's GF4 Ti-4200 8X is a minor update to the good old GF4 Ti-4200, the only difference being the AGP 8X protocol. From the benchmarks above, we conclude that the new GF4 Ti-4200 8X 128MB is a bit, ~ 1%, faster than the older GF4 Ti-4200 64MB, due to a bigger frame buffer. The performance gap between a GF4 Ti-4200 128MB and a GF4 Ti-4200 8X 128MB will be bigger as the GF4 Ti-4200 128MB's memory is clocked at 444 MHz whereas the new GF4 Ti-4200 8X is clocked at 513 MHz. (Still, not much point in getting a 128MB card these days.)
Review Link : Overclockers New Zealand

Magic Tweak Review
MagicTweak is a great tweaking computer utility. Good for all you computer technicians who need to restrict applications, hide control panel and a lot more cool features. This software is great for home, schools and work. It’s basically all those little applications (Disk Clean Up, System Information, etc…) that Microsoft threw into Windows put into this over-charged program for a great price

Review Link : Comp-Shop

Rheobus Review
I was looking for a way to silence this loud 90mm fan I´ve installed in one of my PC´s. The guys from Melvine send me their RheoKit. Does it solve my noise problems ? or am I forever doomed to listen to the whining of this fan?
Review Link : Madshrimps



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