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Posted on Monday, February 03 2003 @ 12:12 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Hellowz everyone , the review of the Smart Case Fans 2 from ThermalTake is updated with some better looking pics..
"How-to" Make your own Custom Fan Grills
As you sit back and enjoy the fruits of your hard earned case modding labor, you might be asking yourself, “What next”? You’ve got the lights, the windows and all the bought goodies but as with any good case modder you’re still not satisfied. Well my friends this is a How To for all you adventurous souls who want to take your case to the next level of originality. The process is called “Molding and Casting” and it will allow you to customize your rig in ways that will make other modders drool. The process takes a little effort to fully master, but I assure you that the results will be worth it. In order to introduce you to how molding and casting works, I will take you through the steps and resources that I used to make some cool and highly detailed fan grills.

Review Link : GruntVillE

Leadtek K7NCR18G Pro nForce 2 IGP motherboard
Firstly, the nF2 (IGP in particular) is a truly amazing chipset. This is the first integrated chipset that comes with a decent graphics and sound sub-system while offering a respectable performance level. Nvidia certainly has learnt its lesson from the initial Crush chipset. Well done! (Heck, when/where have you seen an integrated GFX core with a 3DMark2001SE score of 4026!)
Review Link : Overclockers NZ

Harmony Remote SST-768 Reviewed
The Harmony Remote is the first internet powered universal remote control. With Smart State Technology, the Harmony Remote controls all of your home entertainment components with a single button press. It even has free TV listings right on its LCD screen. To configure your Harmony, connect it to the web through your computer with the USB plug-and-play port.
Review Link : Ascully

Sunbeam CCFL Lighting
There are the traditional solid red, green, purple, blue, yellow and UV CCFL tubes and now Sunbeam Tech has introduced bi-light and tri-light CCFL. Sunbeam Tech has also introduced sound activation to further enhance the lighting effects inside the PC case.
Review Link : Icrontic

DFI AD77 Infinity Motherboard
The DFI AD77 Infinity motherboard came with everything the competition offered; serial ATA and IDE Raid, onboard LAN, 6 channel audio, FIREWIRE and more. The AD77 Infinity may be for you but that depends on which side of the fence you're standing.
Review Link : Icrontic

About the Author

Thomas De Maesschalck

Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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