Danger Den has your GPU's best interests at heart

Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 18, 2005 - 05:52 PM |
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If you can't afford to buy a brand new graphics card, with the watercooling already built in, consider Danger Den's Acetal Maze4 GPU Block.  You can put it onto just about any modern ATI or nVidia board, so consider adding it to your 1/2" or 3/8" OD cooled system.  Read all about it at Techniz.

"Overall, the Danger Den Acetal Maze4 GPU water block is performing very well during in the

testing section. The package includes all the necessary components for proper assembly.

Ultra Bright, Programmable, LED Display

Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 17, 2005 - 02:39 PM |
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Think Computers has a review of the Mashie Design MDVA.  It is a really bright, and programmable LED display that sits in your 5.25" drive trays, facing out of your front panel.  See if this is the thing you need to finish off your case mod, or just scare the cats.

“Modding products, where did they go? It seems like we never see any new case mods at all. Well if you’re into case modding at all, then I’m sure you have heard of Mashie. If not take a look at his website.

Play with your own manual temperature knob

Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 14, 2005 - 12:32 PM |
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Virtual-Hideout has a review of Innovatek's Fan-O-Matic Micro, a fairly advanced Fan Controller.  Instead of guesstimating the RPM's you want in order to balance noise an temperature, you set the desired temperature, and it manages the RPM's.

"Innovatek has built a strong product that many people should find useful for either water cooled systems or air cooling. It does everything for you, the only adjustments you make are to the manual temperature knob.

No noise, no hassle; watercooling from Thermaltake

Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 13, 2005 - 06:03 PM |
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Thermaltake's Silent Water Kit is incredibly easy to install, and as the name implies, very quiet.  Overclocker Cafe can give you all the reasons to consider this setup for your next rig, so give them a visit.

"The Thermaltake Silent Water has lots of good points. The first of these is the absolute ease of installation. When a water cooling kit requires no more effort to install than does any higher quality air cooler, you know you really have something special. Second is the performance.

She's gone from suck to blow!

Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 12, 2005 - 03:20 PM |
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You've heard all about 3rd party video card cooling, or mayve just seen the reviews for heatsink add-ons to video cards that allow for better overclocking.  If you are a little worried about disassembling your shiny new card, then TECHGAGE has the review for you.  The Antec VCool Video Card Cooler is easily mounted into 2 PCI slots.  It is a big fan that can be setup to either suck in external air and blow it onto the card, or to exhaust hot air from around the card out the back of your PC.

"You have

Source: TECHGAGE

AMD REPORTS THIRD QUARTER RESULTS

Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 11, 2005 - 05:18 PM |
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- EPS of $0.18 Driven by All-Time Record Sales of $1.523 Billion -


- 44 Percent Year-on-Year Sales Growth in Microprocessors Highlighted by Accelerated Mobile Processor Sales -


SUNNYVALE, Calif. - Oct. 11, 2005 - AMD (NYSE:AMD) today reported sales of $1.523 billion and net income of $76 million, amounting to $0.18 per diluted share, for the quarter ended September 25, 2005. Third quarter sales were up 23 percent compared to the third quarter of 2004 and increased 21 percent from the second quarter of 2005.

Source: AMD

Show MODTHEBOX your mods & win

Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 11, 2005 - 11:48 AM |
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What better contest could their be?   You get inspiration to start on that mod you've been considering, in the form of prizes from SilverStone Technology, Cooler Master, Sunbeam Technology, Vantec and Ultra Products, and when you are done, you've still got your modded ... whatever ...

Source: MODTHEBOX

Good CPU cooler ... if slightly modified

Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 10, 2005 - 02:21 PM |
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Lexcool may not be the first name that comes to mind when you mention heatsinks, though that won't stop Overclockers Online from reviewing their newest, the Lexcool XC-801.  It hasn't got a MSRP price yet, so it is unlikely you'll see it in stores, read the review and see if you want to wait for it.

"The biggest drawback from the Lexcool XC-801 is the mounting issues that I ran into but I have a very simple solution to alleviate the pressure on the motherboard and to make mounting a lot eas

$44,000 MP3 Player

Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 10, 2005 - 02:06 PM |
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Maybe when you are looking for an MP3 player, you aren't looking to spend a lot.  If that is not the case, well, CoolTechZone may have found the player for you.  Head over to see what you get for the price of a Luxury sedan.

"We know how crowded the MP3 player market is. We have the king of MP3 players, the iPod from Apple and the "little" players like Sony, Creative, iRiver and many more.

Source: CoolTechZone

Shh, It's A Silent Cooling Shootout

Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 7, 2005 - 12:16 PM |
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Red&Blackness Mods has a comparison between the Asetech VapoChill Micro & the Zalman CNPS9500.  Both are lightweight coolers, who try to provide good cooling, and be almost silent doing it.  See which one you think is right for you.

"This new Vapchill Micro has been very anticiped by many since this is a part of the Vapochill technology.