Monday News *The DHL just wake me up for a package News*

Posted on Monday, April 14 2003 @ 3:06 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

Inhouse Guide to Video Capture and Editing Part 2 (final)
Part 2 of our Extreme Guide to Video Capture & Editing will show you how to encode videos to various formats and burn them on to CD's as standard VCD, SVCD and DVD. This will also cover Divx file playing and encoding.
Guide Link : ExtremeMHz

Crucial 512mb PC2100 ECC Memory Review
Getting off the beaten path of overclocking memory reviews, I've picked up a stick of Registered ECC DDR memory from Crucial for testing in my file server. To my surprise, ECC DDR memory isn't the dawg I expected! In fact, it's no slower than non ECC memory in the Iwill MPX2! Check out the quick reviewage right here on ClubOC!
Review Link : ClubOC

Zalman ZM-MFC 1 Multi Fan Speed Controller Review
It seems these days nearly every company is getting into the multi fan speed controller game. This time, it is Zalman's turn. We have seen some very nice fan controllers from Vantec, but Zalman's version can control up to 6 fans. I say the more the better! Let's take a look at the Zalman ZM-MFC 1 and see what is has to offer...
Review Link : ClubOC Breeze MAXX
Sometimes ClubOC receives some pretty strange items from companies who can't find anyone with a sense of humor to review their gear. Almost always we tell the company in question "yes", just to break the monotony. Over the years, ClubOC has reviewed so many strange and outlandish items, that we could have easily changed our name to "The House Of Oddities". Today is one of those days when we show off something a little strange to make people look twice! ClubOC is proud to present the Breeze MAXX USB personal cooling fan.
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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