Wednesday Review News

Posted on Wednesday, July 09 2003 @ 7:36 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

Medion MD 8008 2.6GHz PC Review
Hardware Avenue have reviewed the Medion MD 8008 2.6GHz P4 PC. Although this system is not hardcore gaming focused, a Geforce4 MX440 will do that, the sheer amount of features and addons will impress nonetheless
Review Link : Hardavenue

Altec Lansing XA3051 Surround Speaker System Review
Although not a true 5.1 surround speaker system, it definitely has its advantages. For one, you don't need a 6 channel surround sound card to use this on your computer if you go and pick up an adapter, and this could save you a quite a bit of money

Review Link : TweakNews

Apple 17" PowerBook G4 Review
With a 60 Gig hard drive and a recordable DVD ROM, it's clear that the PowerBook G4 was tailored made to be a portable video editing station. The software suite that ships with the G4 includes iMovie and iDVD. These two programs allows you to edit your movies effortlessly and the inclusion of Firewire 800 lets you easily connect a digital video camera to the laptop. No doubt about it, the 17" PowerBook G4 is one nice system for creative (and rich) professionals on the go.

Review Link : The Tech Zone

CritiCool PowerPlant review
Today we are going to look at a PCI card relay to turn on your pump with your system. The CritiCool PowerPlant is touted as "The worlds first Plug & Play PCI Relay Card". While simple in design, it is a nice addition to a water cooling system so you don't have to worry about turning your pump on

Review Link : OCAddiction

Gigabyte GV-98P128D 9800 Pro 128MB
Gigabyte - known for their flashy blue motherboards - lately have made incursions into the Video Card domain with some truly great introductions. Today, we take a look at their Radeon 9800 Pro 128MB product, the GV-98P128D. Pretty much a no frills card, Gigabyte does try to please with a decent bundle of older games, flashy packaging and card, and stable performance. Read on for the full monty.

Review Link : EnvyNews

ADPmods' 5 1/4" PWM Rheobus Review
All, ok, most of us hate PC noise. Many companies have gone forth and initiated some sort of fan noise lowering scheme. By far the most popular hardware for quieting down an already noisy system is the rheobus. You may think a rheobus is a rheobus, but this one brings something very cool to the table. Two on/off switches! You can use those for additional fans, CCFL's, bubble lights, you name it. Continue on as I take a peep at this new 5 1/4" rheobus from ADPmods

Review Link : E-T

MSI KT4A Ultra
MSI has offered excellent features like SATA and PATA RAID, 6 channel audio, and 6 PCI slots. There are plenty of overclocking options included, and documentation is great. There are also ample options for connectors like USB, Firewire, SPDIF, and Bluetooth included. MSI also includes some excellent software and utilities that help add value and convenience.
Review Link : AMDZone

Griffin Powermate Black Limited Edition
We got a great response from the Griffin Powermate review. We got our hands on the Black Limited Edition model that is now available from Griffin Technology. It looks quite stunning! We have put up a one page article with pics of it and also pointed out any differences.

Review Link : ExtremeMHz

Thermaltake's XaserIII Office Keyboard & Mouse
Are you looking for a keyboard with short-cut keys? Well today we're taking a look at Thermaltakes Xaser 3 Office Keyboard and Mouse that's just chock full of shortcut keys

Review Link : TechTastic

Artic Silver Céramique
Artic SIlver has been the leading company in thermal compounds now for awhile and we have "all" used the Artic Silver 3 frequently to lower out Cpu temperatures. Now I got my hands on Artic Silver Ceramique which is their new thermal compound which is supposed to be even better than the AC3... but will it be?! Let's have a quick look at this new product....

Review Link : R&B Mods

Lian Li Statusled wechseln How to
Wir haben mal wieder ein echten klassiker und den Modding Anleitungen etwas aufgefrischt. Wir wollen euch zeigen wie man die langweiligen Status LED's von unserem LianLi wechselt. Wie man dies am besten bewerkstelligt, wo drauf zu achten ist und was am besten ist bei den coolen schmalen schlitzen seht ihr im How to...

Review Link : Moddinggods (German)

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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