Saturday News part 2

Posted on Saturday, May 24 2003 @ 12:03 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck XPDreamer Case
Laughing heartily at the wussy 350 Watt "Turbolink" PSU that came with the case, I slapped in a 550 Watt, tri-fan Directron TT PSU. I laughed right up until the point the fan in the rear of the PSU ran into the fan in the top of the case! I did a little shoe-horning to get that puppy in there, but it's a little snug!

Review Link : PimpRig

Nvidia GeforceFX 5900Ultra video card
As we expressed in our GeforceFX 5200Ultra review, the real power behind the GeforceFX may yet to be seen. With native DirectX9 games still unavailable for use it is impossible to see just how well the GeforceFX operates in an environment it was designed for. The Dawn and Ogre demo's may not be performance demo's, but they show that the NV30 and NV35 both have enough power to produce stunning image quality while performing well.
Review Link : Hardwareavenue

Introduction to Comserver Water-Cooling Components
Comserver is a small New Hampshire based company that’s been in design and manufacturing for over 25 years. In those 25 years they worked on countless engineering projects, which ranged from robotics to custom metal work. It’s this metal work that’s attracted us to Comserver because they have entered the processor cooling arena

Review Link : Systemcooling

Lamps Electronics CCFL Fan Kit Review
The lighting craze has become a large competitive market. We have such things as the cold cathodes, cathodes with bubbles and now the Lamps Electronics CCFL Fan Kit. Will this be a product that you will want to get for your lighting needs?

Review Link : Modsynergy

Iwill DP533 dual XEON processor motherboard
The Iwill DP533 is an E7505 based motherboard that excels in the server arena by providing a stable dual XEON processor platform. What is unique about the DP533 is its overclocking features which are not normally present in high end boards such as these. Though you may not be able to fully push a pair of XEONs to extreme speeds, the DP533 does breathe new life into old processors that may be ready for early retirement
Review Link : WhiningDog

Mouse Bungee V2 im Test
Sicherlich dürfte jeder gemerkt haben, dass ein Computer schon längst nicht mehr nur aus einem Tower, einer Tastatur, einer Maus und einem Bildschirm besteht. Vor allem Spieler greifen auf immer mehr Tricks zurück, die eine bessere Treffsicherheit und viel mehr Präzision bieten. Neben einem Mauspad darf nach Angaben von „IndiWeb“ auch das sogenannte „Mouse Bungee V2“ an keinem professionellen Gaming- und Arbeits-Computer fehlen. Da die Erfindung der Entwickler nicht nur sehr lustig aussieht, sondern auch bei uns einige Zweifel über den Sinn des Produktes erweckte, haben wir nun den Kabelhalter für einen Bericht getestet. Ob das Gerät, das aussieht wie ein Katapult etwas taugt, erfahren Sie hier.
Review Link : PCDaily (German)

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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