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Manufacturer: Thermalright
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The new HR-03 VGA cooler is modeled after Thermalright’s classic XP-120 CPU cooler and delivers outstanding performance. It features two flexible mounting options and can even be used in a passive, fan-less mode.

Silverstone Tundra TD01 Watercooling Kit Review

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 24, 2006 - 10:22 PM |
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Do you remember that very unique Silverstone passive water cooling setup we saw at Computex last June?  Well it finally made its way out and XSReviews.co.uk has it on the testing block.

The SilverStone Tundra TD01 is a nice, well made product that would look at home in a HTPC setup.

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Zalman to Giveaway Two Systems at CES

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 20, 2006 - 12:29 PM |
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While this won't help most of you NOT going to CES this year, if any of you are, you can stop by the Zalman booth, watch a presentation and be entered to win one of two complete systems from our  friends at Zalman.

1.      HTPC


        a.      HD160XT Silver


        b.      CNPS9500AT


        c.    &nb

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Manufacturer: Zalman
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Zalman’s debut entry into the mid-tower case arena is targeted squarely at PC gamers with high-quality construction, bold styling, and new features. This is an awesome case that excels in many areas but has a couple rough spots.

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Manufacturer: OCZ Technology
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The OCZ GameXstream power supply can deliver up to 56A on the combined +12V outputs with very good regulation and efficiency. It features ATX12V v2.2 support, active PFC, a blue LED fan, sleeved cables and a 3-year warranty.

Handy kit to quiet a PC

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 12, 2006 - 01:49 PM |
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MODTHEBOX continues their review of 7zoneUSA's DIY kits.  From fan adapters to upsize heatsink fans from 70 to 120mm, to ducting and rubber fixings and silica gaskets, 7zoneUSA has everything you could possibly need to increase cooling and reduce noise.  They will even sell you a stylish blue anti-static wrist strap, for those who are into them.

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Professional Power Providers

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 11, 2006 - 02:59 PM |
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The ultimate providers of power supplies has been PC Power & Cooling.  With the new power hungry components that are popping up in high end systems everywhere, they went and made a new series of PSU.  Bjorn3D reviewed their newest, the 1kW-SR.  With a .98 Power Factor and 3 12V lines (two 18 amp and one 36 amp) you won't run short on juice.

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Manufacturer: Zalman
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Zalman’s newest modular power supply supports dual-core CPUs, dual graphic cards, and uses heat pipe technology to enhance cooling and minimize noise. The ZM600-HP proved to be very stable, efficient and quiet – highly recommended.

Lian-Li tries a few new tricks

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 8, 2006 - 01:43 PM |
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TechPowerUp! reviews the PC-A10B from Lian-Li, a case built for watercooling.  From a top intake fan placed to cool a radiator to the pair of knockouts in the back to allow tubing to run into and out of the case.  Read the full review of this good looking case here.

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Can bundled PSUs still compete?

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 6, 2006 - 06:21 PM |
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It's not that In-Win are a no name company, it's just that their PSUs are usually found pre-installed in cases.  X-bit Labs grabbed 6 of their PSUs, of differing wattages and series to test them with the newer, power hungry components found in enthusiast's PCs.  Find out if they can still hold their own in this big test session.

Source: X-Bit Labs