Koolance rocked the water cooling world when it released its Exos. It was the first self contained, external water cooling kit ever. Since then, Corsair has hopped on the external cooling wagon as well. The benefit of self contained external water cooling is ease of use. Assembly is simple, and relatively painless. In a “normal” water cooling kit, installation and bleeding are time consuming tasks. In essence, the Exos is water cooling for the common enthusiast.
What is this you ask? What is the Zoom? The Zoom is PCXmods next portray into the high performance mouse pad segment which we are proud to review. It is the next X-Trac line of quality mouse pads made for the avid gamer. We will be telling you if this pad is slick or not worthy of your money. Let’s head to the review shall we?
The original nForce motherboard was regarded to some as weak and not successful against the KT333 chipset at the time. I in the other hand picked up an Abit NV7-133R and believed it faired well. The nForce was stable, quick and NVIDIA’s first dive into the competitive market. Will the Soltek nForce 2 make a big splash? Head over to find out
This is a 5mm LED (standard size) that will easily replace most case LEDs, though some use 3mm LEDs. It's meant to replace one of your existing LEDs, specifically, the Power LED, but can be used for other purposes should you wish. I could not find any other specifications for it, such as current draw or operating voltage, but the LED is already wired for a 5v input, with a resistor already soldered into place.
It was awhile ago when I heard something from Fortistech but now they have sent me their new cpu cooler which seems to be something really good. Fortistech makes coolers for overclockers by overclockers. We are going to have a closer look at this product under some overclocking and just normal use. Lets have a closer look...