Monday News part 2

Posted on Monday, Apr 07 2003 @ 18:08 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

Lian Li PC-05 Aluminum Case Review
The Lian Li PC-05 Aluminum Case is the very first budget style case from Lian Li. This case has four 5.24", three 3.5" and three 3.5" hidden drive bays and three fans. There are two fans with a filter at the front and one at the back to allow good air flow. While this case has all the essentials it doesn't have a removable motherboard tray but it's well priced and has great build quality. Watch the Video to find out more..
VideoReview Link : 3dGameMan


Bytecc Zippy EL Keyboard
What do you get when you put together lights and a slim keyboard? Something really screwed up and sloppy. Thankfully, Bytecc has their EL lighted keyboards that take the guess work out of keyboard light mods!


Review Link : ASE Labs


Reference NV31 based GeForce FX 5600 Ultra
Last month NVIDIA announced the rest of the DirextX9 capable, GeForce FX range. In addition to GeForce FX 5800 (NV30) NVIDIA are adding 5600 (NV31) and 5200 (NV34) to the new GeForce FX line. Today Beyond3D takes a reference NV31 based GeForce FX 5600 Ultra for a spin to see what its made of.

“In comparison to the Ti4200, NV31's single texturing fill-rate is just a little higher which is as we'd expect, albeit possibly to a greater degree. With twice the texture sampling abilities per pipeline, though, Ti4200's multi-texturing rate is higher than NV31's, whose clock speed advantage isn't able to make up for the deficit in texturing fill-rate.”
Review Link : Beyond3D


X-Trac Zoom Mouse Pad Review
Enter the third X-Trac mouse pad I have looked at from PCXMods. While I really liked the two previously, this particular one may really appeal to some of you. Those who like their mouse pads thin. This is definitely that. Thin as a credit card, yes, even thinner than a CD, this thin optical mouse pad measuring 8 1/2" x 11" should be ample size for anyone. Continue on, as this one will be short, but full of nice pictures to look at.


Review Link : E-T


Bose QuietComfort Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headset
In a world where we are constantly being bombarded by noise, silence is a precious commodity indeed. More so when we are sitting in front of an overclocked system with monstrous coolers drowning out the rest of the world! So, how on earth can you hear your virtual enemy creeping up behind you if you can't even hear yourself fart?! You can IF you use an Active Noise Reduction (ANR) headset! Today, we will take an in-depth look at one of the top ANR headsets in the world - the famous Bose QuietComfort Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headset and see how well it performs both indoors and outdoors


Review Link : Rojakpot



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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