Monday News part 3

Posted on Monday, February 17 2003 @ 16:15 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck

Sunbeam round cold cathode fan
Cold cathodes, Led fans, Window kits and noooooooow the cold cathode fan! Yeah modding never ends I'm really excited to have a look at this product that is made by Sunbeam but which I got myself. We are going to look at this fan and see if it fits as a case fan and also if it shines bright enough to be a good addition to the case modding history?! I hope you will enjoy this review and have fun reading it!

Review Link : R&B Mods

Corsair (2x256) PC-3200LL Dual Channel Kit Video Review
The Corsair (2x256) PC-3200LL Dual Channel Kit offers fantastic performance and reliability in both dual and non-dual motherboards. Even though this memory is rated at 400MHz it surpasses that which is great for overclockers who want to push it to the extreme. Watch the Video to find out more
VideoReview Link : 3dGameMan

Home Systems February 2003
Home systems are a different animal. While gaming may rely on shear speed, quality and stability are the keypoints here. We threw in some speed anyway. Check out the Home guide for Feb 2003!
Article Link : ASE Labs

Cooler Master ATC-210B Review
Today I will be reviewing a case which is intended to be aesthetically pleasing and also provide good cooling - the Cooler Master ATC-220B-VX1, a midsize aluminum case. I personally have never used an aluminum case, this will be the first time I've put a computer into a non-steel case - let's see if ruckus people have been making about the superior cooling due to aluminum heat transfer is actually beneficial.
Review Link : Viper's Lair

ThermalTake Xaser III review
Thermaltake manufactures lots of things apart from heat sinks. If you visit their homepage you’ll see how large their product line actually is, it’s not only just a few heat sinks. Thermaltake’s newest offering is a complete water-cooling system, which we of course have taken a closer look at earlier. Here we will look at the Thermaltake Xaser III, the newest addition to a line of nice computer cases.
Review Link : Hardware-tes

PCToys AirMaxx Pro HDD Cooler
Over the years I have seen many hard drive coolers. These HDD coolers ranged from plastic shrouds to massive heatsinks with buzzing cooling fans. Some of these coolers worked, some did not. However, my favorites were always the ones that took up less space such as the one I'm reviewing today. This time I'm taking a look at new HDD cooler from PCToys called the AirMaxx.
Review Link : ClubOC

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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