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AutoDeletePro Red Maple Leaf Fan Grills Review
A closer look at the 80mm version of the Red Maple Leaf Fan Grill reveals how detailed and precise the laser cutting process is for creating this product. All the corners are crisp with no sharp edges and the cuts around the maple leaf are highly refined and detailed. The construction of each grill is comprised of steel which has been powder coated with a bright red finish. For consumers who do not like the powder coat finish, AutoDeletePro does provide an alternative with its stainless steel versions of the same product. In terms of aesthetics, the overall design is very nice and patriotic which should appeal to Canadians everywhere.

Review Link : Modthebox

"The Chameleon" case Review
Overall Koolcases has a darn nice case with the Chameleon. The lighted front really stands out, slap in a cold cathode so that the inside glows and your set! It has a lot of room for expansion, more than enough places to mount fans for cooling, and its made of aluminum! What more coule a PC Abuser ask for?

Review Link : PC Abusers

The MoBorg Case Mod
What do you get when you mix a PC with Star Trek's scariest villain? Read on and find out the thought process, and a how-to in making your own Mobo Rig, aka the MoBorg.

I paid only 12 euros for all three big boxes of mainboards. At a other sales-stand I bought a cheap, and rather standard looking case, also for 12 euros. Once we arrived back home, T-Mug helped me out by first testing all of the mainboards, and the few that were still operational were put aside. With the rest of the broken main boards and the newly bought case, I started my case modding.
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Swiftech MCX370-0A Review
Today we have managed to get our hands on a Swiftech MCX370-0A, thanks to the awesome guys at 1CoolPc! This heat sink is aluminum, compared to most other Switech heat sinks which are copper; does this make it an entry level heat sink? Will Swiftech still hold its name proudly? We will soon find out!

Review Link : R&B Mods

FIC AU11 Chameleon Motherboard (nForce2 - Socket 462) Video Review
The FIC AU11 Chameleon Motherboard sports the new nForce2 chipset and 128bit dual channel memory architecture. Also features AGP 8X, ATA 133, onboard LAN, Audio, 2 firewire ports and up to 6 USB 2.0 ports and more. This product is very well priced, stable and performs very well. Watch the Video to find out more..
VideoReview Link : 3dGameMan

VertiGlow 420 PSU Review
There are those who believe that everything that can be modded must be modded, right down to the PSU. When LED modded power supplies first hit the scene with the TrueBlue line from Antec I had to have one. Antec's PSU is illuminated by blue LED's strategically placed inside the power supply and shining onto it's clear fans. The VertiGlow line of PSU that we are looking at today takes things a step further by using two quad LED fans for illumination and the effect is much brighter and the overall look more dramatic than that of the Antec.

Review Link : CaseModGod



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