Thursday News

Posted on Thursday, May 01 2003 @ 07:12 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

ABIT BH7 Review
ABIT is a company that has been in the motherboard business for a long time. My first real motherboard was the ABIT BE6-II. The first time I fired that board up and went into the SoftMenu, I was hooked on ABIT. ABIT has been known for performance based boards from the beginning. They have always had the overclocker and enthusiast in mind when designing their motherboards. As a matter of fact, ABIT states that the board was built for Overclockers, by Overclockers
Review Link : ClubOC


Cooler Master Aero 7
As consumers demand more cooling power and quieter cooling, heatsink manufacturers are hard at work brainstorming new ideas to meet these demands. Cooler Master has come up with another unique design for the CPU cooling arena. The Aero 7, pn ASB-V73, includes a blower that blows down into your heatsink.


Review Link : A True Review


ShatteredWeb Appliques
All of the appliques I was sent were shipped inside a cardboard envelope. Unless the postman decides to fold the envelope up this should be sufficient. Upon opening the envelope, I found 4 appliques (Danger: Overclocking Inside, Marijuana, Large Nvidia, Small Nvidia), a small blue piece of plastic, and an instruction sheet. The blue piece of plastic is to be used when applying the appliques, and the instruction sheet says the same as the installation instructions above. These appliques look great on paper, but they probably look cooler on a window, so lets move on to applying them...


Review Link : The Tech Lounge


PCXMods X-Trac Zoom
There are problems that exist between optical mice and a few mousepads, mostly bad tracking and mouse cursor skipping. PCXMods addresses these issues with their latest X-Trac incarnation.

"The surface itself is smooth enough to allow for a low coefficient of static and kinetic friction (which is the amount of force required to overcome friction to get an object moving, and to keep an object in motion, respectively.) I have found the design printed on PCXMod's pads to be unique, as I have never seen a pattern quite like it on any other mouse pad, or anywhere for that matter."
Review Link : Viper's Lair


Zalman CNPS7000-CU and CNPS7000-ALCU Coolers Video Review
The Zalman CNPS7000-CU and the CNPS7000-ALCU are virtually identical except the CU model is all Copper and the ALCU model is Aluminum and Copper. They both offer near silent cooling while keeping the temperatures down. Also, these coolers can be used on the Socket 478 (Intel P4) and 754 (AMD Athlon 64). Watch the Video to find out more..
Review Link : 3dGameMan



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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