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Posted on Saturday, February 22 2003 @ 15:57:12 CET by



Koolance PC2-C Into Antec Plusview 1000 Mod
I found the aircooling of my P4 2.8Ghz way too loud so I set out to get this baby watercooled, and while we're at it why not chill my Radeon also?


Review Link : Madshrimps


Contest : MSI GeForce 4 MX440-T8x
I know it's not as fancy as past stuff we've given out, but if you're still saddled with a GF2, this is your chance to upgrade. Registration in the forums is required, and a minimum post count of 10. Hopefully you'll stick around for more.
Review Link : Viper's Lair


Gigabyte GA-7VAXP Ultra Motherboard
The board sports the popular VIA USB 2.0 chip as well as IEEE 1394 for video and picture editing and super fast file transfers, support for DDR400 RAM for overclockers and performance enthusiasts, 333FSB for total support of the newly released AMD "Barton" processors (may require a bios update), AGP 8X for serious gamers, and onboard AC'97 sound as well as 10/100MB LAN just to name a few. We found this board to be very easy and straightforward to use but we also found it to have some annoying limitations.


Review Link : Review-Shack


Latest Project Release at ExtremeMhz (Part 2)
In today's installment, we will discuss the remainder of the components we used in putting this project together. Special emphasis was placed in reviewing the dual water cooling subsystems, secondary cooling considerations, SCSI storage, and power requirements.


Review Link : ExtremeMHz




 



 

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