Thursday News *2*

Posted on Thursday, Feb 06 2003 @ 16:38 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck

Tt Xaser A5000A II Review
Just recently, Tt has gone from the "HSF/trinket phase", to that of modified cases. The Xaser series is basically a Chen Ming case, but if you aren't familiar with Chen Ming, you'll never find the similarity between the two. The Xaser comes with just about anything a case modder could ever do to a Chen Ming, minus a cold cathode. Today at ClubOC, we are going to go through the Xaser A5000A II and see what is has to offer the Overclocker..

Review Link : ClubOC

OCH Neon Paint Kit & Water Coloring
Today at ClubOC, we get to check out the OCH Neon Paint Kit which is directed at not just the water cooling enthusiast, but the case modder in us all. Armed with a cold cathode (ok more than one) and some mad painting skillz, we are going to set out on the road of ultra-violet case lighting and what does it mean to you!

Review Link : ClubOC

Coolermaster Xdream Cpu cooler
Another Coolermaster review coming up! This time we are going to take a look at their award winning CPU cooler called the X-Dream... We will see if it can stand out under heavy overclocking and just under normal use! So stay tuned here and follow this review!

Review Link : R&B Mods

MSI KT400 Ultra
The MSI KT4 Ultra motherboard range consists of the, KT4 Ultra, KT4 Ultra-B (on-board Bluetooth ready), KT4 Ultra-BSR (on-board Bluetooth ready & Serial ATA RAID) & KT4 Ultra-FISR (on-board Bluetooth ready, Serial ATA RAID & Gigahertz LAN). The one we are going to look at today is the KT4 Ultra. The KT4 Ultra is meant as an introduction model to MSI’s KT4 Ultra range. Unlike the KT3 series where Ultra actually meant extra goodies on board, the KT4 Ultra is truly as basic as you can get with a KT400 chipset. This board has been available for a while now, and with other boards on the market that have more features, I wonder does this board have what it takes to compete in the desktop market today.
Review Link : Techseekers

Crucial Raedon 9700 Pro
With the GeForce FX on store shelves in the coming months, we are faced with the dilemma of what to get now. Radeon 9700 Pro cards have been out for nearly half a year, and the FX card is but a stop-gap to some future generation this fall for nVidia. Crucial, best known for its excellent customer service and brand-loyalty now offers a Radeon 9700 Pro card at an affordable price point.

Review Link : EnvyNews

X-Sonic Affordable Aluminum Mid-Tower
We have the pleasure today, to show you a case that many of our readers have been searching for and whining about for a long time.So many of you have asked us to find (get this); an affordable Aluminum Mid-Tower case that would be cooling friendly, stylish and possibly modified, better than average quality, include a power supply, be innovative in design and oh yeah, retail under $90.00 USD.

Review Link : Systemcooling

Thermaltake's Volcano 9
Are you looking for a silent heatsink and fan solution with out sacrificing performance? Well Thermaltake Volcano 9 might be just what the doctor ordered

Review Link : TechTastic

And here's an interview with Mark, the owner of FrozenCPU, and here's a 'company review' about ZXMods

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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