Modern enthusiast PCs are loud and sometimes it seems that there is no getting away from it. The high pitched drone of a heavy duty fan cooling a high performance heatsink is not cool as it assaults the ears. PCs can still be audible even with near silent fans. Full tilt loud fans can even push the purest gamer/enthusiast to the point of bleeding ears after a long gaming session. Frags become nags from the noise. Wouldn't it be nice to dampen that sound and take the edge off that sound of screaming fans? There has to be a better way!.
ASUS war schon immer für gute Mainboards bekannt und hat sich immer weiter im Markt etabliert und ist nun einer der Führenden in der Branche. Die A7 – Reihe wurde immer weiter beschleunigt und verbessert – nicht zuletzt durch die Chipindustrie, die immer schnellere Chips baute, sondern auch durch ASUS selber, die den Boards immer wieder das I-Tüpfelchen aufsetzen. Sei es durch "tausende“ von Extras, massenhaft Zubehör oder durch eine super Leistung. Wir testeten aus diesem Grund das ASUS A7N8X mit nVidias brandneuen und superschnellen nForce2 Chipsatz. Wie sich das Board geschlagen hat, erfahrt ihr in diesem Test.
Being the first keyboard review at Tweaknews.net, you might as well come into this peripheral genre with a great product. This is one solid, well built keyboard packed with great features and industry leading technology. No wonder some Asian companies are trying to jump all over the hype and pumping out this type of keyboard. But, from what I have been told, Eluminx has patents pending on this technology in those particular Asian countries and that could potentially cause some problems. Should be an interesting couple of months ahead.
Cold cathodes, neon, UV, what are the best for lighting? That’s what I hope in answering today. Recently case lighting has gone popular with case modders. It gives them a chance to light their case, and it adds personality.
Spire has introduced one of their products that will hopefully make its way into your case. Today we are looking at the Spire NeonBar II.
Hardware Avenue have reviewed the Nvidia GeforceFX 5200Ultra, comparing it to its current mainstream competitor, the Radeon 9000Pro. For a market with already competitive prices, can budget gaming really get any better with the 5200Ultra?
So - after struggling with several site downtimes throughout our year and some change as a site, the MEMBER count has reached 1000! You have been thanked a million times over by the rest of the community and the TwistedX staff. For this very reason, we are thanking with some gifts from one of modding's fastest shops around... Extreme Alterations!
Hard drive cooling is nothing new, and as hard drives get faster, more cooling is needed. But why not go a bit further and make it look nice, with some added features to go along with it? That's where Cremax comes into place with its latest hard drive cooling unit. It offers a few features not found on any other unit of its type. The BodyGuard Icy Dock--we know the name is a bit odd--provides three thermal probes, audible warning, and much more.
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The LCD panel has a very nice appeal. Three buttons that give you control of set, Up and Down features for certain functions within the LCD menu--such as temperature controls.