Friday News part 2

Posted on Friday, April 11 2003 @ 10:26 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
By the way we invite you all to take a look at our Casegallery or maybe to post a bit in our forum

120mm UV Sensitive Fans
Why would I want a 120mm UV sensitive fan? My reason was quite simple; 120mm fans give high CFM (Cubic Feet per Minute) with lower noise levels. With all my fans on high my case sounds like a plane taking off. The higher the RPM, the higher the pitch of the whine. My 5500 RPM fans provide almost the same CFM with about 30% less noise

Review Link : OCIA

Thermalright SLK-900U Heat Sink
The SLK-900U not only looks stunning, but it also performs with the best heat sinks made to date. Thanks to the SLK-900U, we have taken or P4 2.66B Intel processor past 3.4gz on air cooling! That speaks for itself!..
Review Link : Legit Reviews

Albatron GeForce4 Ti-4800V 128MB VGA
"Albatron recently released the GeForce4 Ti-4800V 128MB graphics card based on Nvidia's GF4 Ti-4800 GPU. Nvidia GF4 Ti-4800 GPU is an improved version of the good old GF4 Ti-4600, with the addition of AGP 8X capability. Do not get over excited with 8X AGP though, as it the improvement over 4X AGP is less than 2%. We shall see in the following benchmarks how Albatron Ti-4800V performs.
Review Link : OCNZ

X-Dreamer Silver ATX Case Review
OCAddiction takes a look at the X-Dreamer Silver ATX Case today. The competition to offer a standout case is getting tougher everyday so manufacturers are moving to innovative features such as the pre-installed LCD Temperature Monitor that you’ll see in the X-Dreamer. With a pre-installed acrylic window and a price that’s easy on the wallet, this might be a case to consider.

“The thing to notice though is the front LCD. This is what really makes the case something different. A lot of companies have done the window thing, and used an acrylic front panel, but not very many have put a temperature monitor in the case. It lights up a pleasant blue colour, and is quite legible as long as you don't try and look at it from too much of an angle. The probe included is one of the flat types, so it can be stuck anywhere. “

Review Link : OCAddiction

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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