Well I didn't think I would be reviewing a keyboard because what's different about keyboards. Maybe one will have a few new internet buttons that no one will use anyway. When Auravision contacted me and asked me if I wanted to review there keyboard I was a little skeptical until I went to there web site and took a look at what I would be reviewing. At that point I had to have this keyboard so I accepted the review as quick as I could
Thermaltake has released a new series of products following the launch of the Xaser III. Besides the case, there is also the Volcano 11 Xaser Edition heatsink (which you can check out here), a keyboard and mouse, and a series of power supplies. Today, we are checking out Thermaltake's Silent Purepower 480 watt PSU. As the name implies, this product promises to deliver silence and power, two of the most highly sought traits in computer products.
The Albatron KM18G Pro motherboard comes with some nice features. As you
can see in the photo above, this motherboard does have on-board graphics for those who may not need high-performance video; the AGP8X slot is there for that. Features like on-board LAN, Dual-Channel memory, and USB 2.0 make this
motherboard very appealing to a budget-buyer
The term you’ve seen on every modding site around, CCFL. Whenever the topic of lighting comes up, when referring to modding at least, the topic of CCFLs can’t be far off. There’s a simple reason why they’re so popular, they look great! CCFLs (which stands for Cold Cathode Florescent Lights) are probably the brightest type of light you can put into your computer. But there are different qualities of CCFLs, not all cathodes are created equal, just like men there are the bright ones, and the not so bright ones. You all know what I’m talking about, but seriously, I’ve heard good and bad things about different cathodes, now it’s time to see how the Round Cold Cathode Fan from Speeze does when it’s plugged in
Let's face the cold hard truth. When it comes to case lighting size does matter. With the flood of new "mini-me" pc's on the market now CC lighting has had to adapt to this new market. More often than not a full sized 12" or 8" cold cathode unit is too large to fit in any of these cases. Does this mean that anyone that owns one of these cases should be forced to endure the embarassment of having the only unlit case at the local LAN party? Yes of course it does! Let them suffer! No, actually I'm just joking. Since we wouldn't want any of our fellow modders to suffer (unless we're playing UT2003) we're going to review a new 4" Dual Red cold cathode unit today from Voyeurmods.com .
The top portion of the Trinity X-21 Mid-Tower Case incorporates a digital
thermal probe monitor which is embedded behind the two way mirror. The
thermal probe can be connected to any heat source for accurately tracking
temperature performance in degrees Celsius. The Trinity X-21 also features
a swing away door which reveals the external drive bays. A total of 4 x
5.25" drive bays and 2 x 3.5" external drive bays are provided to handle
any type of computer configuration