The R.A.C.H.A.L is a fairly simple but unique concept. Hot air is funneled from an 80mm exhaust fan on your computer through a wall out of the room. The room temperature will decrease as the hot air inside of the computer is extracted to another room
Kingwin was one of the first companies to introduce a power supply with three separate cooling fans and we proudly featured that review here on Club Overclocker. Now they have raised the ante and wish to highlight another unit within the silence series of power supplies, the KWI-450WABK. Choosing between a Black or Silver chassis (The KWI-450WAS) is the only hard decision to make when choosing a Divine Power silence power supply. Divine: of, relating to, or proceeding directly from God or a god. Power: a source or means of supplying energy; especially electricity. (Definitions taken from Webster's Dictionary).
With all the many various case designs coming out it seems one market has been missed, the Lan users. Antec has a new case called the LanBoy that is geared specifically to Lan users. With it's lightweight all-aluminum contruction, relatively small size and the included carrying strap it seems to be perfect not only for Lan users but also for those who need to move their system around. It even has a nice side window and a compartment in the rear for various hardware.
Whether you are a new or more experienced modder, let’s face it – square windows are BORING. Even I wouldn’t hesitate to place one of these great looking windows in my case. Aside from the one accidentally missed shiny edge and molding mishap, these windows showed no sign of disregard or downgraded quality whosoever. This is a great way to turn a boring square cut into something spectacular which doesn’t require any additional Dremel experience! Each kit purchased from Xport1.com sells for $20.00 and includes the molding, instructions and great looking etched piece of acrylic.
It is a hard thing to imagine; something so important like the motherboard now being the least expensive, but advances in technology and manufacturing have brought costs down and lower than most of the other case components have in the last few years. However inexpensive motherboards have become, you generally get what you pay for - as the annoying saying goes. In the case of Soltek, a small outlay of revenue will go a long way. The Soltek SL-75FRN L nForce2 motherboard packs a solid punch, delivers on flashy esthetics, and includes several potent features