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Posted on Tuesday, June 17 2003 @ 16:23:42 CEST by

Everglide Giganta V-3 Mouse Surface.
I had not been searching for a better mouse surface, simply because I love the Icemat mouse surface that I have been using for the past two years. However, I was contact by Everglide and they asked me if I would be interested in reviewing their new mouse surface, the Giganta v3. I was very eager to jump on the offer because I had heard many great things of Everglide mouse surfaces. Can the Everglide Giganta V-3 live up to my gaming expectations? Read on and find out!
Review Link : OCC

how to create your own waterblock without using expensive tools
Find out how to make a Waterblock which performs on par with some of the best commercials blocks out there!
Link : Madshrimp

PC Toys CaseMaxx 610 (green) case review
I like this case in the sense that it’s a good starting block for building your own rig, and also has the bells and whistles that more experienced enthusiasts will appreciate. Beginners will find lots of use for the internal space, and the case is simple enough to customise on their own and dress it up for success. All-in-all though, this is a great case that is worth the look if you’re looking for a case that provides solid value for the dollar, not to mention the subtle effect of lime-green Eye-candy.
Review Link : MonkeyReview

Crossover WS-5 Mission II Water Cooling Kit
Review Link : PimpRig

Abit's budget Canterwood solution IC7
Moral to the story? It's obvious overclocking will net some serious performance gains. What's great is that the IC7 and Pentium 4 2.4C handles it so well, and realistically, a 250FSB should be a slam dunk.
Review Link : Viper's Lair

X-Trac Hammer Optical Mouse Pad with D Gel Wrist Wrest Review
Review Link : E-T

Vantec Iceburq4 CCB-A4C Video Cooler Review
So you still have an older video card, and the fan is gone on it. Good luck finding the same replacement fan. Or maybe you want to squeak out a few more MHz out of your core on your ATI series video card. Vantec has a very good solution to end your woes. Enter the Iceburq4 Video cooler
Review Link : E-T



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