Saturday News part 2

Posted on Saturday, May 17 2003 @ 15:44 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

Ricetek Serial Infra-red Receiver with Remote
The components that make up the receiver are all encased in a single DB9 connection housing, which while being a bit of a cramp for space, makes for a very neat and effective solution. There is one insulated wire leading from the DB9 plug, and that leads to the actual infra-red diode itself. The legs of this diode are covered in heat shrink to prevent shorting out.

Review Link : OCAU

Flexiglow Laser Beam kit
Ahhh Flexiglow seems like a new interesting company to me. They have products that nobody else does. Today I'm going to review a Laser beam kit from them and some leds/lamps that you can put wherever in your case. They were kind enough to send me the red and blue ones. We are going to see how bright they are and if they do heat up your case. Well lets get to business again

Review Link : R&B Mods

Zern Delta Blackhead im Test
Es ist mal wieder ein neuer hochleistungs- Kühler auf dem Markt erschienen. Zern hat exklusiv in einem neuen Verfahren den Blackhead hergestellt. Der Blackhead soll dank rillen an der inneren Seitenwand noch mehr Wärme ableiten und so zu noch viel besseren Wärmeergebnissen führen. Dafür wurde auch ein extra Dicker Kupferblock benutzt. Was nun alles neu ist, was diesen Kühler so auszeichnet und warum er so revolutionär könnt ihr in unserem Test nachlesen...

Review Link : Moddinggods (German)

Thermaltake Volcano 11+ review
I was quite happy when the delivery truck popped in with the Volcano 11+ for me to review.I was even more impressed when I opened the package to find the mostr amout of goodies I have seen packed with a cooler. Thermaltake has given you three options to install the cooler temeture controling.with the use of thermaltakes smartfan two tyhere is the option of climate control if you will, with the supplied sensor that mounts under your prosessor the fan will vary from a quiet 1300rpm at 20c to 4800rpm at 55c
Review Link : PC Tech Zone

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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