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RaidMax LP-6100D, 400W Power Supply
power supply provides life to your computer. A bad power supply can take it away by damaging components because of inconsistent voltages. Finding a quality power supply can be hard. RaidMax has been designing quality power supplies for quite a few years now. RaidMax sent us a couple of power supplies and we will be reviewing the RaidMax LP-6100D, 400 Watt ATX power supply unit, or PSU

Review Link : A True Review

TwinMOS PC3200
With the release of the 800MHz P4 and the 400MHz AMD (both running on a 200MHz FSB), DDR400 is going to become the norm. It's time to start sorting out the good DDR400 from the overclocked DDR333. Check out the TwinMOS PC3200 (DDR400) review over at Club Overclocker!
Review Link : ClubOC

Coolermaster Areo 7
Here we go with another heat sink test! This time we have something unusual; a "centrifugal" or "radial" type fan. This is the first time in years that we have seen a fan of this type used. Cooler Master certainly has been busy lately coming up with new ideas... Lets find out what this new fan can do for an otherwise typical copper heat sink.
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Senfu Watercooling Bundle Review / Adventure
Because my Pentium 4 mounting kit would otherwise be unused, I decided to use it to mount the radiator at the other end. The 2 screws first ran through the fan mounting holes on the radiator, working it through the core gently and out the other side. 2 Short lengths of pipe were cut to hold the radiator level. The screw went through these and through the top of my case, which then went into the 2 P4 mounting bars. This held the radiator on quite securely

Review Link : OCAU



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