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Posted on Saturday, January 18 2003 @ 13:20:42 CET by

And here's todays news, by the way I'm maybe going to write a guide on making UV reactive rounded cables

Bitspower UV reactive fans
R&B Mods checks out this UV Reactive fans, wush the blue ones look good
So another Bitspower product.... But this time we will look at the UV (ultraviolett light) reactive fans... So what are they? Well basically they are fans that react when they get in contact with UV light I got 3 different ones with orange, green and blue colored. Let's get this party rolling and I and the crew hope you enjoy this flight or *umm* review and decide to buy some

Review Link : R&B Mods

Titan Aerofoil Aluminium Fan Review
Since you've spent all that money tricking out your box, there's no point showing off some generic case fans through that side window. Swap them out and watch chicks throw themselves at you, and your aluminum fans.

"Titan's idea for an Aluminium Framed Fan may not be unique and without flaws, but that doesn't detract from the fact that these fans function as intended and look good while doing it. The fans are more or less silent with just a background hum to them that will certainly be drowned out by anything else that creates noise in your PC."
Review Link : Viper's Lair

CoolerMaster FujiYama HSF Review
Since our review on Zalman ZM80-HP, we could witness how wonderful it is that the heat pipes can help us in nailing those nasty heats produced by the GPU. Besides being used in the VGA arena, it has been used in the CPU cooling arena too



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