Contest at DV Hardware!
Hi everyone! I'm proud to tell ya that we're going to have a forum contest real soon! Everyone with at least 25 posts in our forum will be able to participate! More information will follow this week.
Cooler Master Aero 7+ CPU Cooler
In their never-ending quest for improved cooling capacity and lower noise levels, heat sink manufacturers are constantly trying new and sometimes novel techniques. Sometimes these designs work, and sometimes they fail. Today we're going to look at one of the most recent releases from Coolermaster, a name synonymous with computer system cooling. The ASB-V73, otherwise known as the Aero 7, is the latest in Coolermaster's long line of heat sinks, and definitely one of their most innovative to date
To celebrate the re-opening of our new forums we have assembled a really nice prize package that we are giving away to one lucky winner. We gathered up every review item that hadn't already been given away or used in a project and then threw in an official CaseModGod.com "got mods?" T-shirt to make this our sites biggest and best contest offering yet
The Azio MP306 has probably been my most pleasing product to review in quite some time. The Azio is extremely handy to have in the waiting situation and especially for teens who ride the "cheese" bus to school. The five to fifteen minutes to school are spent much better listening to some music then looking out the window trying to wake up.
Finding yourself in need of some web space for your own personal usage? There are a couple viable options, and the most popular is signing up for a free service from providers such as Angelfire and Tripod. Most of these web sites are typically slow and are filled with huge background images of someone's household pet behind erroneously spelled bright yellow text..
OK, I’m a little skeptical about the noise level. 25 dbA is VERY quiet, and I’m not sure that this fan makes it that low. I will say, however, that this is one of the quietest fans I have ever worked with. I’m sure that the majority of this is due to the relatively low rpm, and may be contributed in part by the new rifle bearing."