Wednesday News 2

Posted on Wednesday, February 12 2003 @ 16:31 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck

Xpider Server Case review
The side panel fan was well placed on this case with airflow blowing right over the AGP slot and first PCI slot. Since many of us have performed aftermarket cooling modifications with the addition of blue orbs and ramsinks, this fan provides the perfect addition by pulling cooler air from outside the case and blowing it right on the vid card.

Review Link : OCIA

Desknote Overclocking Project #1
I have an ECS I-Buddie 4 Desknote and have been overclocking it, but I can’t get the FSB quite as high as I would like. My heatsink had quite a few scratches on it and I felt it was not as efficient as it could be. I also felt my temperatures were too high even for a laptop; I was afraid to leave any paper near the exhaust on my laptop for fear it would catch fire

Review Link : Monster-Hardware

Enermax (CS-3181L) "Rainbow Light - Temp LCD" Black Case Review
The new Enermax cases are perfect for the budget minded computer enthusiast looking to spice up their computer without dropping alot of cash. While Lian Li and Coolermaster make some of the best cases in the world, their price tag puts them out of reach of most casual users. The new Enermax line of cases bring these same features to customers at a much reduced cost. Featuring a top blowhole, side intake, factory window kit, front USB ports and stellar cooling due to the numerous fan mounts available these cases are the best value available at this time. Whether you are building a new PC or just want to move into something with a bit more room to work in, the Enermax cases are bar none the best bang for your buck!

Review Link : 3dXtreme

Logitech MX-700 Cordless Mouse
I had read so many articles and praise about the Logitech MX-700; I decided to give it a try. Now understand, after 13 years of trackball use, this was a momentous decision that required fortuitous insight through the use of a six-pack. I decided to go for it.

Review Link : Pimprig

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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