Thursday News part 2

Posted on Thursday, June 05 2003 @ 16:17 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

Maxtop CSX-778KEB-WIN Case
For $71.00 you get a side window with a blowhole and fan, a 92mm blowhole on the top and a built in lightshow... While the bubble lights are unique - they are not for everyone. But neither are led fans, glow-wire, and light-up keyboards. This case is a good value for the price. Plenty of room for hardware, solid construction, and all the built in mods make this case a great buy for anyone who wants all the features and lacks the skill, know-how, or time to do them

Review Link : I am not a geek

Matrix Orbital MX2 (LK202-24-USB) LCD & LCDC Guide
With MO's displays being paired with LCDC, widely considered to be the best LCD driver software out there, it's easy to see that you have a winning combo. But, despite these LCDs being easy to setup and get running, getting the most out of the LCD and the LCDC software can be a somewhat daunting task, especially if you're wanting to use the additional features of the LCD or if you're heavily into customizing what you want to see on your LCD. So today, hopefully I'll be able to help you, at least a little, on getting the most out of your Matrix Orbital MX2 LCD

Link : V-H

Xoxide UV LED Case Fans
Unlike other LED fans we have seen much of lately, these actually have UV LED's installed. What does that mean? Well, no additional UV cathode light needed! Just plug in these UV sensitive fans and the three installed LED's will provide the UV lighting. As shown above, you'll notice there is no ugly green PCB strip around the fan to power the LED's. They are installed using very thin wiring and have a strip of clear tape around the fan for protection. Practically unnoticeable

Review Link : ExtremeMHz

LMS-Mausmod Logitech BJ69d
Heute haben wir für alle die sich scheuen ihrer Maus selber ein neues zu verpassen mal was recht interessantes vom Little Media Shop. LMS bietet schon vorgemoddete Mäuse an, diese sind hochwertig Lackiert und mit einer andersfarbigen LED ausgestattet. Die Lackierung ist sehr hochwertig und mit einer ordentlichen Schicht Klarlack geschützt. Die Led auf der Unterseite ist mehr als hell und bringt mal gute Abwechslung in den Alltag. Allem in allem ist sie sehr gut für Spiele und auch für Office Anwendungen geeignet. Mehr Bilder und Infos zu der Maus findet ihr in unserem Test...

Link : Moddinggods (German)

Reference NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 Ultra
Unlike NV30, NV31 and NV35, NV35 is still based on TSMC’s 150nm process technology, and this is the reason why it has also been the most widely spread so far. TSMC are still rapidly making changes to the 130nm process technology and until more recently supply of 130nm parts has been tight, and very low yielding in the case of much more complicated parts. NV34, being based on the relatively older, but more familiar 150nm process, has had a quicker ramp up and hence these parts are far more readily available
Review Link : Beyond3D

Vantec Aeroflow VA4 AMD Athlon XP heatsink
Impressed. This Vantec VA4-C7040 AMD Athlon XP heatsink keeps up with the best heatsinks available today shown here with only 2 degrees approximate Celsius difference between this Vantec AeroFlow VA4-C7040 and the other top performing heatsinks shown. The Vantec AeroFlow VA4-C7040 combination of using the Y.S.Tech TMD fan with its superior air flow over conventional heatsink fans and the ingenious heatsinks fin layout Vantec have designed a winner
Review Link : A1 Electronics

MSI K8D Master-F dual Opteron motherboard
Review Link : AMDZone

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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