Wednesday Part 2

Posted on Wednesday, February 05 2003 @ 14:44 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck

OCS L2 Enhanced Radeon 9700Pro
The OCS L2 Enhanced Radeon 9700Pro is simply the most badass rip-snorting videocard ever sold retail... at least on paper. It has a core speed of 405MHz and a memory speed of 690MHz compared to the stock 325/620MHz. OCS claims a 3DMark score of 17,300 on a 3.06MHz Intel system with a 533fsb.

Review Link : Monster-Hardware

Adaptec 29320-R Ultra320 SCSI Interface Card Review
Just recently, ClubOC showed you the capabilities of Seagate's Cheetah 10K.6 Ultra320 SCSI Hard Drive. Now it is time to show you the card we used in testing. If you have seen the review, you'll know that we made use of Adaptec's new 29320-R single channel SCSI card. The Cheetah 10.K6 performed very well, but there is a lot more to the interface card than what we just showed you in the review. The 29320-R not only has Ultra320 capabilities, it also supports Ultra160, Ultra2, Ultra Wide, UltraSCSI, and SCSI-2. The 29320-R is also a RAID card with RAID 0 and 1 support. As you can see, this is a very universal card that any SCSI user could fall in love with. Being that I'm a "born again" SCSI user myself, I'd like to take some time and show you what this card is made of. Join me as I take the Adaptec 29320-R for a spin!
Review Link : ClubOC

Antec PlusView 1000AMG Case
I can say without a doubt: This product has what it takes. A top quality product, nice features, very nice looks, solid, room for lots of expansion. Only one thing bothered me a little bit, no motherboard tray, but besides from that, you can't lose buying this product.

Review Link : Datafuse

ZERN Delta Watercooler Review
Dark][Tweaker has a new review online. Last week we have tested the new watercooler from The Austrian manufacturer, is also our compatriot, already could make with earlier products a good name at the market. The new radiator Delta serie should be still better and more thought out.

Review Link : Dark][Tweaker (German site)

The Cutting Edge Acrylic Bay Reservoir Review
Out of the box, the Acrylic Bay Reservoir is very well constructed and consists of 6 pieces of 1/4" cast acrylic joined together with a water-tight seal. The acrylic is non-coloured and has been pressure leak tested to assure that it will work with any standard water cooling system. The unit is very light weight and measures approximately 19mm (L) x 15mm (W) x 4mm (H), which makes it suitable for any mid-tower or server tower case. The emphasis for this particular product is the ability to conveniently fit this reservoir into one standard 5.25" drive bay. Also included in the package was a 1 oz. bottle of blue UV reactant dye which adds a nice illuminated effect when added to deionized or distilled water.

Review Link : Modthebox

Lian Li Aquarium Aluminum Side Panel Special Edition Video Review
Who would have thought that there would have ever been an aquarium on the side of your PC case. Well with the Lian Li Aquarium Aluminum Side Panel that's certainly what you get. Six plastic fish, gravel, air pump and a neon light are included to give it that true aquarium feel. It's unique, looks great and is easy to install. Watch the Video to find out more.
VideoReview Link : 3dGameMan

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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