Friday News part 2

Posted on Friday, Apr 25 2003 @ 10:51 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

Blaue UV- Aktive Kabel"Exklusiv" (for our German readers)
Hallo, wir freuen uns, euch Heute als erste deutsche Seite die UV- Aktiven Kabel in Blau vorstellen zu können. Bis vor kurzem gab es ja nur UV aktive Kabel in der Farbe Grün. Die ja auch nicht grade einen schlechten Effekt ins Case gebracht haben. In unserem Bericht wollen wir euch, HDD Kabel in den Längen 45,60 und 90 cm vorstellen. Und ein Floppydisk-Kabel in 30 cm Länge. Also schaut sie euch selber an! Der Leuchteffekt ist einfach nur gei..


Review Link : Caseumbau (German)


Via P4PB Ultra motherboard
The P4PB Ultra motherboard is Via's flagship (as of this date) motherboard and is manufactured to target the performance enthusiast genre of computer users. Like most motherboard manufacturers, the board is only part of your purchase. As a bonus, the consumer will receive a whole buffet of extras to compliment their new computer and to get it looking and performing at its best.


Review Link : TweakNews


Soltek 75MRN-L nForce 2 IGP Motherboard.
All in all, I am thoroughly pleased with Soltek 75MRN-L. It packs a remarkable array of overclocking features and a decent performance. 75MRN-L is also the first integrated motherboard that reached such a high FSB of 198 MHz, quite an achievement for Nvidia and Soltek. (Who say you can not overclock an integrated MB?)
Review Link : OCNZ


ABIT BH7
In typical ABIT style, we see a bevy of goodies packed into this motherboard. ABIT has clearly built the BH7 from the ground up as an overclockers delight. With support for the Intel P4 Processors with 533MHz FSB and overclocking possibilities well beyond that, we're off to a great start. Mix in the tried and true Intel 845PE chipset, Serial ATA 150, supported 333MHz Memory Bus and ABIT's SoftMenu™ special sauce, and we have the ingredients for a genuine powerhouse overclocker


Review Link : OCA


Frag Pad
After my initial inspection of the Frag Pad I was pleased with what I seen. It had nice smooth curvy edges, 5 padded feet on the bottom of it to keep the Acrylic from sliding all over your desk and a logo in the lower right corner of it.
Review Link : PCA



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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