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Posted on Friday, May 30 2003 @ 18:43 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

Coolermaster CD3
I feel that the component we don't really care much about is the harddrive. We try to cool the cpu,northbride and video card as much as possible. In extreme cases some poeple even cool the power supply with water. But what about the harddrive? Well I have personally noticed alot of issues with many of my harddrives. So this is where Coolermaster ones again comes into the game. They have released a so called Cooldrive 3 HD cooler. Is it just a way for the to make more money? Just another loud fan? Or is it really a necessary product? Well let's have a look and the decide about that....

Review Link : R&B Mods

eVGA e-G4 MX440-8X 64MB NVIDIA Personal Cinema Video Review
The Personal Cinema offers an enormous amount of features and does it all in a single product. While this is not a hardcore gamer’s card it performs well in most games on the market. The strong point about this card is its A/V capabilities, dual display and TV tuner functionality. Bang for the buck, it rocks. Watch the Video to find out more
Review Link : 3dGameMan

SunbeamTech Rheobus
Power is delivered to the rheostat via one 4 pin Molex power plug. Sunbeam was nice enough to include one Y adapter to allow you to split power off of another device if you power supply is already powering many other devices. The fans that were in this case were Sunon with the 4 pin power plug and do not work with this rheostat, since the power connector was not the 3 pin varity. The Rheostat will power the Sunon fans, if you have a 4 to 3 pin converter or if you put a 3 pin power plug on your fan. Remember, the Rheostat will power 20W per Channel. So you could actually put multiple fans on each of the 4 channels, if you had the proper power cables to do so
Review Link : MHW

FlexiGlowHK Lazer Beam LED's Review
Some products come along that change the way we think about modding our PC's. Some of us may not actually mod, in a sense the way it all started. Cutting our own windows, blowholes, and so on. With the multitude of great pre-modded cases on the market, most of us don't have to get out the Dremel anymore. While there is nothing wrong with that, just about everyone with a window in their PC has lighting right? Today, I'll be looking at something relatively new to the market. Lazer Beam LED's from FlexiGlow. They are the same people (the original company) behind the popular bubble lights. Continue on as I take a look at yet another fine FlexiGlow product

Review Link : E-T

Direct-Die cooling setup/experiment
As a commercial fisherman, I became familiar with an adhesive that works with fiberglass and sticks to just about anything you could imagine. It works below the waterline and cures in either water or air. It takes a long time to cure; 7 whole days. I have work clothes that have been washed countless times that have the remnants of this stuff still hanging off them from me wiping this stuff off of my fingers over 5 years ago

Link : PimpRig

Vantec Tornado Fan
The Vantec Tornado fan is the elite of the elite when it comes to 80mm fans. It is the absolute most powerfull 80mm fan. At 84CFM this thing can pump serious air. The Vantec Tornado is pretty much aimed toward the overclocker, not the average user. I will be putting this thing to the test, pitting it against a generic 10CFM 80mm fan. So lets break down the system specs...
Review Link : WinHQ

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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