Thursday News part 2

Posted on Thursday, April 10 2003 @ 10:34 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

Noiseblocker Adjustable "Silent" Fans
Silent" cooling fans are not a new idea. The stereotype exists that low dB(A) fans mean pitiful cooling performance. You may think that a silent PC is only for those who have the processor toil lazily away at word processing. Will 3 hours of all-out gaming send silent fans scurrying back to the place they quietly came from? Silence is golden and Noiseblocker put three of their Ultra Silent Fans on the table to see if we could still hear ourselves think while keeping our cool.
Review Link : Icrontic

Cooler Master ASC-V73 Aero 7 CPU Cooler!
What do you get when you mate a high-speed blower and a pure copper heatsink with skived fins? The brand new Cooler Master ASC-V73 Aero 7 is what you get! Come on and read all about this innovative cooler from Cooler Master. It will literally BLOW you away!

Review Link : Rojakpot

“Extreme Guide” to: Video Capture & Editing
I remember a few years back when I was really into video editing I began ripping music videos from MuchMusic, MTV2 & VH1 and served them on IRC. I also launched the "Pookieguy Entertainment" website which offered a huge list of all my videos and weekly downloads. During that time, I received numerous emails asking for help on video capture, editing and encoding. A lot has changed since then and it is now easier than ever to capture & edit videos on your PC. This extreme guide will cover mostly everything from video capture to encoding in your favorite format. We will share with you some of the best hardware capture devices and software tools available today.
Guide Link : ExtremeMHz

Thermalright SLK-900U AMD & Intel heatsink
Review Link : A1

MicroStar International (MSI) has added a high-speed CD Re-Writer drive to their already impressive line of optical storage devices. Climbing into the 52x read and write and re-writing at 24x, those speeds put this drive only a small distance behind the fastest CD-ROM drive that I could find. Which is presently a 56x drive transferring data at 8400 Kb/second.
Review Link : ClubOC

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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