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Posted on Thursday, February 13 2003 @ 12:13:10 CET by



Kool Cases Aluminum Blue Mid-Tower Case Review
One of the newer features present on the Aluminum Blue Mid-Tower is the addition of front USB ports. In order to blend into the bezel, a small door conceals the USB ports for when not in use. Flipping up of the door reveals 2 USB ports with what appears to be additional room in which another 2 USB or IEEE 1394 ports could reside. The USB ports are mounted onto a PCB with the necessary connections for use with onboard USB motherboard headers.


Review Link : Modthebox


Computer Exhaust Systems R.A.C.H.A.L
Normally we're concerned about PC heat, but has anyone ever thought about their room temps? Well, Computer Exhaust Systems has, but is it really necessary?

"How useful would this be for a home user? Are room temps going to be really that affected? Well, to be honest, I don't think this is very useful for a home user, especially if they only have 1 computer. I believe this is best suited towards a server room environment where servers are not on racks, but in towers, especially if there were more than just 3 or 4 computers."
Review Link : Viper's Lair


Bitspower 3UV
Day by day the companies make new products for the modding of our pcs, today we are gonna talk about a product that it isnt newess but is still in the edge of market; we are talking about Bitspower "3 UV". Enjoy it.


Review Link : Xtremenews


Gigabyte GA-8PE667 Ultra 2 mobo
Gigabyte yes it's time for another Gigabyte motherboard review. Tonight we are taking a deep look into the Gigabyte GA-8PE667 Ultra 2 motherboard. It has some neat features like Sata and Dual Bios etc etc. We are going to try some overclocking and do some benchmarking. I hope you get something out of this review and enjoy the reading


Review Link : R&B Mods


Antec LanBoy Mid-Tower Case
Now it’s time to look inside. The left side panel is the only removable panel and the only way into the case short of removing the PSU. It has 2 Phillips head screws holding it on. Everything that came with the case was packed inside the unit. It wasn’t taped down so I guess a rough shipping job might cause some minor scratching with the contents floating around freely. As you can see in the picture above, the case includes the wonderful removable 3.5” drive cage. This is extremely handy since the right side panel isn’t removable. It would be near impossible to properly mount any drives with out access to the right side of the 3.5” drives.


Review Link : GruntVillE


3D Mark 2003 mirror
With all of the official mirrors bogged down to a crawl due to the overwhelming demand for 3dmark'03, we at PCREVIEWSPOT.COM have decided to provide a high-speed mirror for those needing to download 3DMark2003.
Download Link : PcReviewSpot




 



 

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