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Posted on Sunday, February 16 2003 @ 15:41:43 CET by

Project LiquidLi
It took me a while to come to this. I wanted a pc that was fast, good looking, well cooling but quiet and didn't have a huge price tag... now that's not too much to ask, is it?

More about this project at Madshrimps

Xide-Pad Ultra - SystemCooling.com Exclusive
So, you think you have a tricked out box to end all, with the latest gadgets and lighting, well guess again, unless you have the new Xide-Pad Ultra with Extreme Glide, you’re not quite finished.

Enthusiasts have been modding their computers, keyboards, mice and just about anything else they could get their hands on for a number of years now, but not much was done in the way of modding the mouse pad itself, that is, until now!!

Review Link : Systemcooling

Nanotherm Thermal Pastes
Today I reviewed three thermal pastes but this aren’t your normal thermal pastes these are highly effective thermal pastes. It’s the Nanotherm showdown. We take a look at the Nanotherm Blue II, Nanotherm Silver XTC and the unreleased Nanotherm EXP. I was very satisfied with each thermal paste.

Review Link : Comp-Shop

Sunbeam Tech Acrylic PC Case Review
Beware! Naked computer pictures! The Sunbeam Tech Acrylic PC case will leave nothing hidden, unexposed or right out front for all to see. It's a completely clear acrylic PC case that will delight modders. The case surpasses the majority of metal PC cases for design features as well. So it's time to do the full Monty with your PC hardware.
Review Link : Icrontic



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