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Posted on Monday, April 28 2003 @ 11:53 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

MSI's FX5200-TDR128
Legit Reviews has now gotten the chance to review our first GeForce FX video card! Today we are looking at MSI's GeForce FX5200-TDR128. The FX5200 is geared toward budget users who want all of today's newest technology including 8X AGP. The FX5200 has DirectX 9 support, so this video card will be able to perform all of the future's newest games that will soon require a video card with DirectX 9 support! And if you want to have a FX5200, then MSI should definitely be on the top of your list!...
Review Link : Legit Reviews

Cooler Master CoolDrive3
There are many different products on the market for the enthusiast to choose from; ranging from the very simple to the extreme of complexity and all with differing degrees of cooling success. In today’s world, products not only have to functionally perform their given task, they also have to look good. In this vain, enter the Cooler Master CoolDrive3!

Review Link : Systemcooling

Vantec 470W Stealth
The Vantec 470W Stealth comes in an all aluminum casing painted black giving it a cool futuristic look and will fit in almost any modded case. In fact even with my silver aluminum case the black just adds to the effect and well, it just looks cool. This thing has 470 watts of pure power, which is more then enough for anyone. Located on the back you will find an extra power outlet. If you want something to go off when your computer does, for instance, your monitor, plug it into the outlet on the back
Review Link : Geekshelter

GMC Neo Classic Case Review
The case is perhaps the most important part of the computer. Sure, the components inside matter, but what is a great computer without an awesome case? GMC is a company that only recently has appeared on the market, but their unique products are already gaining publicity and approval from many people. Today we’ll be looking at the GMC Neo Classic in the color black.

Review Link : Blynk

Shattered Web Appliqués
Not only is their service excellent, but their product reflects it as well. Their appliqués are produced with only the highest quality materials available on the market, and with one of the best vinyl cutters available. The main goal of this review is to take a look at the overall product, test it out on a couple surfaces, and offer any tips discovered by applying them
Review Link : HardCoreMods

Vantec Aeroflow
Ok, if you have a processor, you have a heat sink. No "if"s, "and"s or "but"s. The problem is, how do you get adequate cooling at a decent price without blowing out your ears from the whirling of those giant fans? Vantec's Aeroflow claims to do just that.

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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