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Posted on Sunday, January 19 2003 @ 06:18:50 CET by

Hi folks! Here's todays news.

Heavy Duty Pro Case Handles Review
Case Handles usually aren’t the first thing a modder thinks of when they decide to start cutting into a case. Some handles are installed to simply “Make” the mod. Others are installed for pure necessity. If you go to LAN parties as often as we do here at GruntvillE; something to arry that precious computer you spent all that money on is a necessity.
Now there are lots of different ways of going about this task I have seen many a kitchen drawer handle slapped on top of a case. This is fine for an ultra-light case but can take some pretty bad looking reinforcement to be used on a larger mid-tower or full tower case.
Review Link : GruntVillE

Hard drive window kit @ Dark][Tweaker
Today we may present you again a new Modding article, a sight installation . We will build it however not into a housing, but into a HD. In the last months a sight from our computers no more is to be thought away. Now the installation area, also we extended thereby began. First in the CD Rome drive assembly, now follows the HD. Beautifully slowly we get our transparent system together..
Review Link : Dark][Tweaker

Lian-Li RH-32 Mobile HD Rack Contest
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ASUS A7N8X Deluxe Motherboard Review
The A7N8X Deluxe is Asus's second Nvidia based chipset attempt in making a top performing motherboard using the Nvidia nForce2 SPP chipset. Users will remember the original nForce 420D and 620D that suffered in really low memory performance. Will the nForce2 prove worthy to compete against VIA?
Review Link : OverclockersClubCanada



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