Saturday News

Posted on Saturday, May 17 2003 @ 8:59 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

A+GPB 450W Triple Ceramic Fan Power Supply Review
The power supply of a computer is often the most overlooked component of a system. A power supply is a component which powers up all of the things inside a system. Stability is maintained if the power supply can give off stable volt-rails. Some serious forms of fluctuation gives a signal that a better power supply is needed. I have experienced many problems where random restarts with a computer and other problems were fixed with a better power supply unit. Today’s high performing computers require lots of power and A+GPB Inc. hopes that this can be achieved with their brand new power supply line. Offering great price, aluminum housing, and ceramic fan cooling, we will see if this has the guts to perform
Review Link : Modsynergy

OCAU PC Database
OCAU's PC Database received its 5000th entry a couple of days ago. What started off as a small part of the site has become a huge archive of modded PC's, used by people in forums around the world. People can vote for their favourite PC's in the areas of Looks, Functionality, Effort and Ingenuity. The PCDB also tracks which entries get the most pageviews. Remember, the PCDB hosts your pictures for you, so there's no need to mess with Geocities or other free hosting sites. Just enter your specs, upload your pictures and your entry is ready to go!
Link : OCAU

Hey folks. Just a reminder that we're handing out a MSI G4Ti4200-TD8X64 to a lucky forum member. There's two weeks left in the contest before it closes.
Contest Link : Viper's Lair

Zalman ZM-MFC1 Multi Fan Speed Controller Review
The left side of the product features the four adjustable voltage channels. Each channel is labelled with a fan number indicator and a small bar graph. Above the adjustable knob is a high intensity LED. Instead of using the more common crystal clear lens, the LEDs installed on the product use a diffused lens. While this does soften the ultra-bright LED, it also drops the perceived intensity change compared to other units

Review Link : MTB

Part 1: Koolance PC2-601BLW Tower Liquid Case (Blue) Video Review
This product makes it possible for anyone to install a water cooling system quickly and easily. There are water blocks available for your CPU, Chipset, Video Card, and Hard Drive, a large radiator, 3 fans, and a reservoir that houses the pump. It even has a backup pump. Also, the system layout is very tidy. Watch the Video to find out more..
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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