Wednesday News part 2

Posted on Wednesday, April 23 2003 @ 10:59 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

Jazz J9940W Wireless 5.1-Channel Speaker System
The solid subwoofer along with the front speaker has an excellent built quality. You won't see everyday a multimedia speaker designed after a great design, and I'm referring to the D'Appolito design. Not only have Jazz Speakers addressed the needs of those who wanted best performance of a multimedia system, they have also enhanced the speakers for an excellent quality so that regardless of whether audio material is used it is overall an impressive performer

Review Link : TechConnect

GeForce FX 5800 VGA.
Overclocking is carried out with default cooling, e.g. stock HSF and thermal grease. The highest working speed is 520Core/1000Memory. I was not able to push the any higher without random lock ups. This is pretty impressive overclocking, a 120MHz increase for the GPU. At this speed, Compro GF:FX 5800 is faster than a stock GF:FX 5800 Ultra
Review Link : OCNZ

Chieftec Matrix Mid-Tower Case Review
When the swing away door is closed, consumers have access to a small lock embedded inside the door which provides the option of locking up the case for extra security. As previously mentioned, the Matrix Mid-Tower case incorporates a random pattern graphic which makes up a good portion of the design. The graphic servers two unique features, with the first in terms of aesthetics which make this case very appealing. The second function is to act as a series of ventilation holes to draw the appropriate amount of air circulation into the case.

Review Link : MTB

Soltek SL-75FRN L (Nforce2) Review
Today 3dXtreme has the great pleasure of reviewing the Soltek (Nforce2) SN-75FRN-L. This motherboard is geared towards the budget crowd looking for the perks of an Nforce2 board while shopping on a budget...
Review Link : 3dXtreme

Swiftech MCX4000
Just wanted to let everyone know that we just cranked out a review on the Swiftech MCX4000 using several different fans!
Review Link : Legit Reviews

Antec SLK1600 Case
I picked up this steel case recently for a computer I am building for a friend of mine. I went to a local tech shop and this was literally the cheapest case there. I paid $60 USD for this case, so keep that in mind during the review when you see all the features it has. Something to note is that this case came with a 300W PSU included in the $60 USD price, not a bad price at all. When I opened the box I saw a decent looking beige mini-case. I had assumed when buying this case that it would be your typical mini-tower with very limited access to the inside (left panel only). This case features toolless entry with thumbscrews on the back as well, making it that much easier to get inside. I was pleasantly surprised when I removed the thumbscrews from the back and was able to take off both sides as well as the top of the case.

Review Link : The Tech Lounge

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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