Tuesday News

Posted on Tuesday, Jun 10 2003 @ 14:35 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

Xoxide’s UV Reactive UV LED Fans Review
I recently looked at Vantec's UV reactive, UV LED fans, and low and behold, here is another batch, but not by Vantec. At a glance, they are almost identical. However there are some good things, and bad things about these particular fans that I will show through the course of the review. Any UV nuts out there should really take a look at these fans. Besides some short comings, these fans are really slick!


Review Link : E-T


Vantec Iceberq4 Pro
Other than the issue I have with the memory heatsinks, I really can't think of anything else you might need that isn't here. The core cooler even features two blue LEDs. These LEDs aren't overly bright, though, and were barely visible inside my case. While some people may poo-pooh the use of thermal tape on the memory heatsinks, I personally find this non-permanent method to my liking
Review Link : MHW


The VIA EPIA M10000 Nehemiah Mini-ITX Mainboard
The M10000 Nehemiah is a nice step up in the line of EPIA boards from VIA, but it still isn't the mainboard for those insisting on raw power. Instead it offers a low power, low noise, low cost system ideally suited for rich multimedia, desktop, and internet applications. The miniature size and onboard integration of most of the essential peripherals allow the user the flexibility of endless installation opportunities


Review Link : I am not a geek


35 days left to PC Enthuiast Contest
It's the moment everybody's been waiting for, another contest. Comp-Shop is offering three beautiful prizes to three lucky winners. One of these winners could be you! Here's your chance to win a new mini-keyboard, a new Maze4 waterblock and a $20 gift certifcate from 1COOLPC. Contest ends - July 15th, 2003


Link : Compshop


Digix HT-1056A Home Theater System
If you are a TV or movie junkie (aka lazy person), then you want the best experience while watching the matrix or the cooking channel, whatever floats your boat. You need good visualization, sound, and the rumble that shakes your grandma’s picture off the wall. But how can you get the local movie theater packed into your living room? One word-well many-a home theater system.


Review Link : Geekshelter



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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