Sunday News

Posted on Sunday, Jun 08 2003 @ 18:28 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

TTR2TT's TR-M2 Heatsink Cooler
Today we're taking a look at the TR-M2 heatsink and fan combo from Thermaltake's sister company TR2TT. TR2TT's products are aimed at the budget conscious buyer and we're going to check out how well the TR-M2 performs


Review Link : TechTastic


Lizard Tree Chameleon Springs ATX P4 Kit Review
There are a total of 6 springs included in the package with a circular diameter ranging from 6mm to 13mm. Each spring is coiled in a circular pattern extending in two different lengths both 12 inches and 36 inches. The springs are constructed of soft plastic and have a a good level of flexiblity for cases which have small case interiors. Lizard Tree advises that the Chameleon Springs work well in heat sensitive environments and will not interfere with air flow dynamics


Review Link : MTB


ABIT NF7-S Revison 2.0
Thankfully, nothing was taken away with the latest revision, and we have all of the high-end nForce 2 features present, including Soundstorm. In my opinion, the sound quality and low CPU usage makes it good enough that you should even need an addon card. With the new SPP, we have support for the latest Bartons, future-proofing the NF7-S
Review Link : Vipers Lair


Crucial Gizmo! 128MB
When Crucial announced their new Gizmo! USB Flash drive a week ago, I was wondering why they would come to the table with a Flash drive this late in the game, especially with the market as nearly saturated as it is. We here at Envy News have completed well over 20 different reviews on Flash drives of various brands. Crucial must think they have something up their sleeve to offer yet another USB Flash drive to the mass market, and that they certainly do; an excellent price-point, nice in-box features, and their award-winning pre/post-sale customer service experience.


Review Link : EnvyNews


Antec LanBoy Case
You don't game the night away alone - that's not your style. And when you get together with the gang to battle it out, you want a case that won't weigh you down. That's why this super light aluminum case is just for you. With an easy-tote carrying strap, cool blue LED-illuminated power supply, and a windowed side-panel, it's just what you’ve been looking for - a portable case for the Road Warrior in you


Review Link : EnvyNews



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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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