Tuesday News *2*

Posted on Tuesday, February 25 2003 @ 10:48 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck

Coolermaster ATC-220 Case Review
Other than the price there is nothing bad that can be said about this case. The Coolermaster ATC-220 features a factory installed window in the side panel. This is the first Coolermaster case that has a factory window.
Review Link : 3dXtreme

Extreme Alterations' Akasa Pax.Mate
If you have one of these extreme computers then you need extreme cooling. But if you use traditional ways of cooling, you will have very loud fans. For exactly this reason I was so excited about writing this review on Extreme Alterations' Akasa pax.mate acoustic absorption mats. This material claims to reduce fan noise and stop case vibration.

Review Link : Xtremods

Crucial PC2700 DDR333 Memory Review
Being one of the most crucial "pardon the pun" components in your computer, good ram is needed for system stability, optimal performance and successful overclocking adventures. Throughout my computer building and testing experience, a slow, poor quality stick of ram can sap away motherboard and cpu speed and render you computer more or less untweakable. Today I will be looking at Crucial's pc2700 DDR333 ram and putting it through its paces. Crucial memory has been touted as being one of the best ram manufacturers in the world with great memory and customer service. Let's see if they live up to their name..

Review Link : TweakNews

Chaintech Zenith 7NJS nForce 2 Motherboard
Overall, the Zenith is quite a good board. Its performance is on par with other nF2 boards, which is a great improvement from the Apogee board. The Zenith is pretty strong in overclocking as well, reaching a maximum FSB of 200 MHz. Lastly, it comes with a very impressive package, from rounded cables to Cbox2
Review Link : OCNZ

Cooler Master 111C-BXJ Case
Cooler Master Aluminum mid tower cases is available with many different finish options while sharing similar internal designs. Colors include Champagne, Silver, and Black. Some of these finishes are available as Car Coatings due to their smooth mirror finish. The ATC-111C-BXJ mid tower we are looking at today is simply anodized in a rich black color. While similar to the 201 series, the first obvious difference is the drives are not visible. There are no front mounted USB ports either. Like its bigger brother, the ATC-110, the ATC-111C is intended for use as a server but unlike the ATC-110C, the ATC-111C it is not built to accommodate extended ATX motherboards.

Review Link : Systemcooling

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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