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Thursday News part 2

Posted on Thursday, May 01 2003 @ 15:08:27 CEST by



M-systems Diskonkey Pro USB drive
USB drives seems to be getting more and more popular now and we at Rbmods have reviewed quite a few of them, but let's get to the point. I reviewed a USB drive from Msystems a month ago and it was really good except the size was something that I did not like so after a few mails with Msystems they asked if I wanted to review a slimmer model from them and did I accept the offer?? Of course I did!! Well let's check the review out of this slim USB drive from Msystems


Review Link : R&B Mods


Enermax 3.5" UC-A3FATR2 Fan Controller Review
The Enermax UC-A3FATR2 is capable of controlling two different fan speeds using two 3-pin male connectors. Simply plug in the fans you would wish to control into the labeled ends. Users with 4-pin fans will have to adapt the fan to a 3-pin, but this will sacrifice the fan rotation monitoring capabilities offered by the Enermax UC-A3FATR2. The Enermax UC-A3FATR2 draws its power through a 4-pin pass through cable, which allows the unit to share a connector if the consumer does not have any to spare.
Review Link : MTB


Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 9 200GB
Hardware Avenue have posted their review on the Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 9 200GB ATA133 hard drive. With PATA drives like this, the SATA interface will have a very tough time prooving itself.
Review Link : Hardwareavenue


Pocket Sized review of the Glacial Tech Igloo 2500 Pro AMD Athlon XP heatsink

Review Link : A1 Electronics


Zalman ZM-MFC 1 Multi-Fan Speed Controller
I know you’ve seen plenty of fan controllers and you must have read your share of reviews about them. There are those that have knobs and those that have toggle switches. Maybe you thought that it would be really cool if you could combine those to different types of controllers to make one unique unit. Well if those were your hopes then Zalman is rises to the rescue.


Review Link : Systemcooling




 



 

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