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CritiCool PowerPlant PCI Relay Card Review
The CritiCool PCI relay card does exactly what the name implies. Basically it switches on the pump for your water-cooling kit when you press the power button on and switches the pump off when the pc goes off. For those of you who have forgotten to switch your pump on before you start your pc this could be the product for you. You never know it could just save your cpu.

Review Link : W-C

AngelMod Cold Cathode Light Kit
You want to light up your case then the AngelMods are an excellent solution. They are easy to install, very bright and from what I can see they have more actual color than other cold cathodes I have come across. Frankly, normal cold cathodes are now dead. These are better, easier to place where you want and just darn cooler looking!

Review Link : PCA

FlexiGlowHK Bubble Lamps Review
While innovation comes along now and again, here is one product that screams original idea. I'm talking about the FlexiGlow Bubble Lamps. While they look like Cold Cathode Tubes, technically, they aren't. There are actually powered by bright LED's in one side of the tube. And boy, it does look slick. The only problem I can foresee really is; where the heck do I want to mount them? Oh, and by the way,the movie for this review is the real showcase...

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Shuttle SFF Accessory 6 in 1 memory reader review
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