Tuesday News part 4

Posted on Tuesday, June 03 2003 @ 17:00 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

Cooler Master CoolDrive 3 Hard Drive Cooler Review
Active cooling for the unit is provided by a 40mm DC fan. This is a Cooler Master model, using their patented Rifle Bearing technology. The fan is rated at 12 volts and 0.09 Amps. It displaces 9.21 CFM while the 4500 RPM blades generate 29 decibels of noise. A rating of 29 dBA is pretty low to begin with, and gets further dampened by being almost completely enclosed. Finally, on either side of the fan is a small PCB with solder points for the two ultra-bright LEDs

Review Link : MTB

Epia meet P4 3.0C
The Intel solution obviously is superior if you have the bucks. However, if you are looking for a cost effective, 'all-in-one' solution the EPIA can't be beat. Add to this the low noise and awesome thermal characteristics and this board rocks. Most business people and home users are on the computer to access the internet, email or for entertainment. This board, with the exception of 3d game performance, can satisfy all the itches at a low cost
Review Link : Techbits

Logitech MX300 Optical Mouse and optical technology
Logitech's MX series of mice are made up of the MX300, MX500, and MX700. This MX features Logitech's new MX optical technology. MX300 preserves the "time-tested" shape of Logitech's most popular line of mice: their standard optical wheel mouse. The MX500 and MX700 feature a new shape that fits the contours of your hand. The MX700 is a fully cordless model, with all of the advantages of the MX500, and without any of the disadvantages that are present in previous generation cordless mice
Review Link : Techwarelabs

Well as we all know most people want a quiet pc nowadays. Quietpc is a company that concetrates on this theme. They have released a series of quiet pc products and today we are having a look at their quiet feet. You can already guess what they are propably. These little "feet" are supposed to quiet down waterpumps, cases or wherever you want to put them. They come in different sizes but enough of this and lets get on to the review.

Review Link : R&B Mods

AOpen AX4SG Max (Intel 865G "Springdale") Motherboard Review
Anyone looking for the best performing Intel motherboard supporting the latest features and shopping on a budget should be looking at the Intel Springdale chipset and the value of the AOpen AX4SG Max...
Review Link : 3dXtreme

Thermalright SLK900
In diesem Kühlertest wenden wir uns dem SLK900 des Herstellers Thermalright zu und wollen Herausfinden welche Schwächen bzw. Stärken dieser Kühler besitzt. Der SLK900 ist ein massiver Kupferkühler, welcher flexibel für den Sockel A bzw. Sockel 478 eingestzt werden kann. Mit Hilfe einer direkten Mainboard-Montage ermöglicht er einen sicheren Halt und kann auch bedenkenlos montiert samt dem PC transortiert werden. Über verschieden mitgelieferte Klammern wird die Installation von 70, 80 & 90 mm Lüftern ermöglicht

Review Link : MHzPower (German)

Xoxide Galaxy Crystal LED Fan
Cooling never was much of a problem back in the old days of “I have a CPU fan in my Pentium 75”, and “what do you mean ‘over clocking’?” but now days when everyone around you is running their computers far past the “recommended” FSB, multiplier and even voltage you need a bit more than just a decent CPU fan. Lately it’s been not only about keeping things cool, but also making it look nice, and then LED, CCFL, and UV reactive fans were born. Keeping the area around the heat sink well ventilated is not just nice to have, it’s sometimes necessary to have. In this article I will be taking a look at the Galaxy Crystal LED fan which was kindly supplied to us by Xoxide

Review Link : Xtremods

ASUS P4C800 Deluxe motherboard
The ASUS P4C800 Deluxe motherboard offers what one can only call a basic but good motherboard. The basic ASUS P4C800 version does not have Multi-RADI for ATA133 & Serial-ATA, no Serial-ATA ports and no IEEE FireWire either. They both have ASUS Ai software
Review Link : A1 Electronics

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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