Subject: Cases and Cooling | April 8, 2004 - 12:04 PM | Andrew Kaiser
Another milestone in the computing world has been reached: 1TB of storage space on a single hard drive! It makes my 80GB drive seem so tiny now, LOL.
UPDATE 04-09-04: "It's been brought to our knowledge that LaCie is combining several hard drives in a RAID array to reach the 1TB storage levels. We haven't received a confirmation email from LaCie regarding this report and the thanks goes to our loyal readers for correcting us."
Quote: "The "Bigger Disk" product line already consists of 320GB, 400GB, and 500GB external models.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | April 7, 2004 - 01:26 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Running out of space, but still addicted to First Person Shooters and other 3D games? How about a Small Form Factor PC that can get 80 FPS in an Unreal Tournament 2003 Botmatch at 640*480?
As the SFF PC movement has gained momentum, companies from Abit to MSI, and Soltek to AOpen have each introduced their own varying models onto the market.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | April 6, 2004 - 08:52 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
A round-up of several of the up'n'coming cases, powersupplies and heatsinks you can expect to drool over this spring, including power supplies by OCZ. Anyone familiar with Kokanee brand beer may have some suspicions as to the inspriation of CaseArts featured artwork.
Over the last few months, Purav and I have been keeping an eye on new technology across the case and cooling industry.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | April 2, 2004 - 05:28 AM | Ron Goldin
It's nice to see case manufacturers take to heart some of the requests seen on older case reviews, like, why cant you have 120mm fans instead of 80m fans. More and more cases are being designed around these larger fans. That means good news for everyone. Those who like quiet can enjoy the relative quiet of most stock fans to come in these systems and the overclockers can purchase their windtunnel fans to replace the stock ones without having to do any modifications. The best of both worlds.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 30, 2004 - 01:09 AM | Geoff Baker
If you are looking into re-doing your cooling, lots to look through today.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 26, 2004 - 12:55 AM | Geoff Baker
3Dxtreme has posted a quickie review of the Aerocool "Hightower" for Socket A or P4. They'll show you how it stacks up against the Volcano 12 and a stock AMD cooler.
"The HT-101 tower cooler is a large cooler when you first take a look at it,
but it is designed to compensate for that larger size. The cooler does come
with one blue UV LED fan that can be mounted on one side of the cooler;
however AeroCool has included the ability to mount a fan on each side.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 26, 2004 - 12:53 AM | Geoff Baker
A1 is testing an Evercool fan and sink for A64. If you can pick out the right colors in the graph you can see it is an OK, but not outstanding performer.
" We were hoping for better performance from this EverCool K802-715 all
copper heatsink compared to the EverCool Magic Cooler we reviewed earlier
which is Aluminium with a Copper insert. It must be remember that both these
EverCool heatsinks are much smaller and lighter than the other heatsinks
Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 24, 2004 - 05:53 PM | Geoff Baker
Here's a review about the Aerocool HT-101 for your Socket A or Pentium 478 cpu. While the tall design makes me nervous, they get some good performance numbers here.
Aerocool is rapidly making a name for itself in the
performance air cooling market. They have been very
successful in the past with their use of super conductor
tubes (Heatpipes). Back in January I looked at the Deep
Impact DP-102, and today we will be looking at another
unique super conductor tube based heatsink, the High Tower
HT-101. Can Aerocool repeat the success they had with the
Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 24, 2004 - 05:50 PM | Geoff Baker
AllHardwarezone has a review posted of this inexpensive heatsink for Athlon XP. Though you wouldn't want to overclock with it, it looks to be a pretty good performer for a great price.
"Marketed as a product for computer users looking for a quiet cooling
solution with competitive cooling capabilities, the WhisperRock
performs exactly as Spire claims it to. While I wouldn't recommend
this cooler to overclockers, it is a fine cooler to put in any other
computer. The build quality was great, it has an attractive look and
Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 24, 2004 - 06:27 AM | Ron Goldin
Like most people who consider themselves PC enthusiasts, I think I know a fair lot of what cases should be and how they can improve their designs. Thats probably one reason I have done case reviews here previously at AMDMB. Not only did I have a fair bit of knowledge walking in the door, I also learned a lot. One thing I know is taller is not always better. One of my favorite reviews that I have had the pleasure to do was the Chenbro Junior server case.
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