Monday News edition 3

Posted on Monday, Mar 10 2003 @ 11:06 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck

Pctoys Neonmaxx accent paint
Today for review we have pcToys Neon Maxx black light accent paint- color red. Sounds like some cool stuff. Today’s victims will be my faithful Vantec Stealth fan and my precious LAN card. Supposedly this stuff is not at all visible under normal light, and only visible under UV light. This fan is supposedly also clear, like water. Hmmmm, let's see then.


Review Link : R&B Mods


Logitech MX700
The Logitech MX700 just raised the bar of expectation on precision and control. With its powerful MX™ optical engine, the MX700 instantly responds to even your fastest movements. The rechargeable Fast RF cordless technology gives the responsiveness of a corded connection, but without the cord. Our two Cruise Control™ buttons provide continuous scrolling through long documents or websites. And the rapid charge base station acts as a receiver and a charger in one
Review Link : Ascully


EPoX 8RDA+ Review Update - AGP issue solved!
The problems I had with AGP benchmarks locking up at 200MHz FSB turned out to be a Northbridge heat problem. The water cooling on the stripped down 8RDA version really helped out, but I still had problems with conventional cooling on the 8RDA+. In the end, I abandoned the factory Northbridge cooler all together and went with an aftermarket NB cooler from PCToys called the NB MAXX. The PCToys NB MAXX saved the day and turned the unfriendly EPoX 8RDA+ into an Overclocker's best friend. However, the 8RDA series still has issues right out of the box, therefore I still stand by my rating of a "7".
Review Link : ClubOC


Win a Cooler Master Case and Spire CPU Cooler @ XtReMoDs
Not Only is there less then three weeks left of the giveaway, but now your chances of winning have doubled. XtReMoDs has added the Spire MicroFlow I to the giveaway so more people have a chance to win. So, for a review you can win a Cooler Mater ATC-710 GX1 Case AND a Spire MicroFlow I!


Review Link : XtReMoDs


EPoX's 8RGA+ nForce2 motherboard
Today on OCAU we have a reader-submitted article about tweaking the onboard video on EPoX's 8RGA+ nForce2 motherboard. We don't generally announce reader-submitted articles, but this one goes into some detail about how various factors affect the onboard GF4MX-based video of this motherboard. FSB speed, system memory speed and framebuffer size are tested, among other things.
Review Link : OCAU



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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