Initially I figured it would light the fan up similar to the LED case fans we've reviewed in the past. I was shocked to see that this $10 piece of hardware could replace usage of a $30 Cold Cathode light..
Colorful is the first thought that comes to mind when looking at the RaidMax LP-6100E. A black aluminum casing surrounds the power supply unit and the PSU is packaged in a brownish orange box with multi-colored lettering all over the box. To touch it off, two clear 80mm fans that are attached to the PSU highlighted with gold fan grills. As with the LP-6100D the marketing department of RaidMax did a great job with this power supply because it certainly catches your eye.
The Steelpad 4S is without a doubt a high quality mouse surface built to perhaps outlast any mouse you will ever use on it. The only significant downside to the Steelpad 4S is the current price of $47.31 (U.S.), which doesn't even include shipping from Denmark to the U.S.
Once you get into the modding scene or attend a lot of LAN parties; you tend to take notice of your rig a bit more and always give it a sprucing up before the next event. With water cooling and dyes, it seems that the dye will never last forever. It seems that no matter how much you add, if it was old to begin with, it's going to look old after you add more dye. For those that have already figured this out, you know it's time to change the water; a nice big resevoir is just what ya need to make things easy!
Despite the fact that computers have become commonplace at home and at workplaces for a long time, true user friendliness of the computers are still a long shot. At Zalman Tech, we strive to make that goal a closer reality through extensive research and development of our products. We were the world first in reducing computer's noise down to lower than 20dB, thus creating a more user friendly computing environment. Now you can use a computer without distracting noise and also form high fidelity audio system or home theatre without ambient noise with one. Zalman Tech will continue to put efforts to creating more enhanced levels of user friendliness in computing; we believe we have sufficient ability and determination.
The main selling point these days with notebooks has been size and battery life, however who says we can't have a mobile system that offers top of the line quality in every aspect, including performance? Intel certainly don't, because thanks to them an even newer age of mobile computing is upon us, powered by their latest entry into a relatively quiet market place, the Centrino