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Xoxide Wire Sleeving And Heat Shrink
"As we all know, the best feeling anyone can have who builds their own computer, is the ooh's and ahh's from fellow computer enthusiasts. Even when purchasing completed computers the organization of wire areas is a must for the air flow, clearing up of cluster and adding a touch of color


Review Link : Tech-Mods


HWFaq
The Madshrimps are now the host of a HWFaq which has over 2000 active links to everything computer! If you want your articles/howto's indexed into this HWFaq you can easily do this with only a few clicks!

Quote: "We choose a very basic look -like a BIOS-screen- no fancy shit ... just links. People who visit the page should find the concerning links within 10 seconds. The HWFaq, serious edition, is born !"
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Does Bluetooth Work?
This sparked an interest for me personally, as I have a notebook in the office & a cellphone which I synchronise information between everyday. Im certainly not in a minority in that scenario.The main hassle comes when you go home. Unless you take that USB cradle or serial cable home, you am unable to sync or backup information from the PDA/cellphone onto your home PC. Enter Bluetooth.
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Zalman CNPS7000-Cu Heatsink Review
In this review we will be taking a look at the Zalman CNPS-7000Cu. The CNPS-7000 series is going to take over for the Flower series. If you didn’t know what CNPS means then read on. CNPS (Computer Noise Prevention System) is a system Zalman is developing through their products that cuts the traditional PC’s noise level from the traditional 30dB+ down to a more reasonable 20dB, which is below what a normal person notices.
Review Link : Hexaplague-Harddware




 



 

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