Wednesday News

Posted on Wednesday, May 28 2003 @ 17:33:35 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

Flexiglow Lazer Beam Kit
A few months ago we reviewed a Lazer LED Kit provided by CaseCooler.com. These LEDs were small enough to fit anywhere in your computer. The Lazer LEDs had their limitations. The major limitation was that a modder could not focus the LEDs without taking them out of their protective cover. Flexiglow has released a unique Lazer Beam kit design that allows for easy adjustment of each individual LED, allowing a case modder to focus the light in a desired way.


Review Link : A True Review


Thermaltake Aquarius II water cooling kit
Overall I was pleased with the performance of this kit. Bear in mind, this kit was not designed for serious overclocking. Its designed for the enthusiast who wants water cooling without the hassle of modifying their case for huge radiators and fans. It does what it is suppose to do and that is to effectively cool a cool with minimal noise


Review Link : PCA


SamCheer Crystal Dream
The transparent cases which make it possible to see the interior of its PC are very appreciated in the world of the tuning because they make it possible to see the modifications which we made in what normally is hidden. The case that I will review is marketed by SamCheer and is known under the name of Crystal Dream


Review Link : Ginun (French)


D-Tek Pro Combo Radiator & Shroud
We have a D-Tek Pro Combo to try out. The combo is comprised of their nicely painted Pro Radiator with their venturi shaped fan shroud. Shrouds are very important as they increase the distance between the fan hub and core, thus eliminating a dead area. They also help direct airflow through the entire 6” x 6” (152 x 152mm) core as opposed to just attaching a 4.75,” 120mm square fan directly to the core


Review Link : Systemcooling


Thermaltake Volcano 11: Xaser Edition Give Away
Thanks to the kind people over at Thermaltake, we have a Volcano 11: Xaser Edition CPU Cooler to giveaway!


Link : Xtremods


Arctic Silver Céramique Thermal Compound Review
Regardless of an individual's opinion on its ease of application, there is one feature to Céramique that should appeal to those who decide to purchase it. Céramique contains absolutely no conductive metals. This means that AMD users need not fear accidentally shorting out bridges on the chip, potentially damaging both the CPU and the motherboard. Obviously, it is this last feature that makes the product stand out from the Arctic Silver line
Review Link : MTB



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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