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Thursday News edition 2

Posted on Thursday, February 20 2003 @ 10:55:01 CET by



Albatron Medusa GeForce4 Ti4800SE video card.


Review Link : TechConnect


Project “E5NC” @ ExtremeMHz
Project “E5NC” was conceptualized on Oct 25th of last year. The original intent was to build a system that would perform at a high level through the use of salvaged parts. When we started, our mantra was “high performance-low cost”. Well, 3 months later the project has been completed. The performance exceeded our expectation…as did the cost. What started out as a project that would have made Dr. Frankenstein green with envy, evolved into a very different monster. Salvaged parts turned into new parts. A relatively simple computer setup transformed itself into dual systems in a self contained environment. A single water cooling circuit became dual independent subsystems using TECs, the newest water blocks, 3 PSUs, and a remote water cooler. IDE drives were exchanged for SCSI raid configurations using Seagate Cheetah 3rd generation 15K hard drives. At the risk of sounding macabre; we loved every gory, heart wrenching, blood chilling moment we spent putting this machine together…we hope you like it too.


Review Link : ExtremeMHz


W-Force Superpanel Review
"There are many drive bay panels in the market. However, they have one thing in common that has been the trend. Front panel access to ports such as USB, etc. However these are all the same stuff. Why don’t we take a look at something new, something with a change? Introducing the W-Force Super panel.
Review Link : Modsynergy


Bitspower's Cold Cathode Kit
One of the more popular mods for computers lately especially those with side panel windows, is to install colored lights into the computer's case. One great way of accomplishing this is to use a cold cathode kit.


Review Link : TechTastic




 



 

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