Summing up this product is practically a no-brainer. Great features, Great VHS/DVD playback, Great options and Samsung's attention to detail and perfection makes this one of the "must-have" products of 2003. It pretty well handles every type of media you can throw at it and only takes up one measly space in your entertainment centre.
I’m pleased to say that within the last few years, manufacturers have started to realize the importance of not only a large & quick drive, but also one which won’t produce noise. With that said, Samsung has developed a few interesting technologies to combat the acoustic noise emission..
Having read nothing but bad things about this cooler, I was bound to
find out if it was true. My local HW store informed me they had them in
stock. So out I went and got this gruesome duo. Water/Aircooled Heatsink
I know everyone has seen a case badge light before. Has everyone seen one done like this though? Sure it’s fine to put the light where it’s SUPPOSED to go, but what’s the fun in that? I didn’t use the directions that came with the lights, although they were fully adequate. I picked a spot on the front of my case, and covered it with masking tape. I then used the light to make an outline of it. I cut out the majority of the material behind it because the front of my case is rounded and I wanted the badge light to rest as flat as possible.
Epox EP-8RGA+ Motherboard (nForce2 - Socket 462) Video Review
The Epox EP-8RGA+ Motherboard is based on the nForce2 chipset and has onboard LAN, USB2, 6 channel Audio, Video etc... Not only does this mobo have onboard Video but it's capable of dual display which is a first for onboard video. One loaded product which is stable and fantastic at overclocking. Watch the Video to find out more...
These switches have a very nice push button feel, and a good push back. The feel and operation of the switch itself screams quality. The computer turned on, and so did the LED. The LED in the center of the button had a very nice glow to it. It wasn't too bright, but it was enough that you could see it clearly from any angle. I then pressed the reset button (the switch without the LED), and noticed the same quality feel as the computer restarted.