Case lighting is as popular these days as case cooling. Once you have cut the side off your case to put a window in, you want to show off the parts, and placing a light inside the case can help you see the inside parts in all their glory. Most people are using Cold Cathode tubes to provide their case lighting. Lazer LED's offer an alternative, in a smaller package, and offering directional lighting for your computer case.
The Sunbeam Rheobus Kit #2 from LanRigs is as functional as it is attractive. It does the job it is intended to do, and it looks good doing it! I was able to tame the roar of my two 92mm Delta intake fans and still maintain a reasonable case temperature. These fans do not have speed sensing leads, so I can not tell you the exactly how fast they were running, but with the knobs set to about half of full speed the case temperature only went up 1 degree celcius, and the two fans became almost undetectable with the cpu cooling fan still spinning full speed. The addition of the On/Off switch for each rheostat is the nicest new feature, and the higher power rating and dual colored leds make this offering one of the nicest rheobuses I have seen.
Alpha has been producing cooling solutions for quite a long time! Their first leap into heatsink technology was in 1989, and since then, they have produced nothing short of outstanding products. Today I have their latest P4 cooling solution to test
Well today we are going to take a look at a little different product that usual My local computer store gave this to me to review
and it's an email hub from Thrust.... So what is a email hub then? Well that's what we are here to figure out. I myself was laughing about it when
I first heard about it Well well it's time to have a peek into the world of weird stuff.....
The Koolcases Aluminum Silver Case is a very stylish product that comes standard with two 80mm Sunon fans, drive rails, removable HDD cages, front USB ports, side window, all aluminum construction and more. This case has all the looks and space needed at an amazingly low price. Watch the Video to find out more.
I have experienced what many of you have or will experience soon. The northbridge fan gave out on me. It had been slowly dying for months and was the loudest fan in my case as it stuttered along on its last leg. I decided that a passive cooler would be the best choice to replace my northbridge cooler. Passive coolers do not have a fan; therefore, the northbridge cooler would be 100% quiet. There aren't too many passive northbridge coolers on the market; therefore, I decided to try the Zalman NB32J Gold Northbridge Heatsink