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Posted on Friday, April 11 2003 @ 07:29:59 CEST by



Spire's Color Breeze Fan
Recently spire cooler sent us one of their Color Breeze Fans to check out. With so many models on the market, we're gonna find out if this fan is up to the challenge.


Review Link : TechTastic


Home-Brewed Air Duct Cooling
It all started out when Jay's dad brought home a collapsable air vent similar to those used for dryers from a warehouse at which he works. This reminded me of a time a year ago on a forum that I frequent in which a thread was created about ducting cold air from the outside to the inside of a case. This made it possible for some freezing goodness to circulate. Although not my idea originally, I decided to try this with some partial changes to the procedure...


More at Link : WinHQ


Iwill 6 in 1 memory card reader
Today we're taking a look at Iwill's CR611 memory card reader. This aluminum and plastic wonder clocks in at 3 inches deep x 2.25 inches wide x 5/8 inches high and weighs a scant 1.8 ounces. It accepts all 6 standard memory types (Compact Flash, Secure Digital, MicroDrive, MultiMedia Card, Memory Stick, and Smart Media) and will accept the new Fuji/Olympus xD picture card format provided you have a CF adapter. It is designed with portability in mind (contrasted to Crucial's desktop smart card reader and Shuttle's new 6in1 reader for the cubes).
Review Link : AMDZone


Coolermaster Xdream SE
Really intresting! I reviewed the Xdream cooler from Coolermaster awhile back and today we are looking closer at the second edition of this cooler. As usual some overclocking temperatures and a close look on the cooler


Review Link : R&B Mods




 



 

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