Subject: Cases and Cooling | November 1, 2004 - 11:49 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
A full dozen case reviews for you to look at this Monday. Start with SystemCooling's review of an often overlooked case manufacturer, Meridian Tech, and their newest case, the XClio Jr.
"It would not be fair or accurate to say the XClio Jr. (referred to as just Junior hereafter) is just a smaller version of the XClio.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 29, 2004 - 01:55 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Lots of Video card reviews out now, and with Ryan's great article on what is available and where, it seemed appropriate to give you a few reviews to help decide which goes on the Christmas list, and which one you should buy your friendy neighbourhood newsfrog! Start off in the Hardware Zone, with a direct comparision of the x800 and the 6800, and then try the rest!
"The GeForce 6800 series and the RADEON X800 series represen
Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 29, 2004 - 11:29 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
A watercooling quicky for a busy friday morning. Trusted reviews compares 3 different watercooling setups, and RBmods and the OCMod shop both have reviews this week too. Read Lee's review too, even if it is air cooled instead of using water.
"To help you make the plunge, we've decided to take a closer look at three different approaches to water-cooling, each theoretically suited to a different level of experience.
The new Thermalright XP-120 heatsink for P4/K8 platforms is capable of delivering excellent performance while maintaining noise levels well below 40 dBA - an outstanding product.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 27, 2004 - 11:57 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
A bit of news for all your possible aircooling projects. Be it a quiet, powerful heatsink like the one SilentPCReview takes for a spin, or a Multifuntion Fan Control Panel, or even just some stylish amber fans, find it all here ... and read Lee's article, if you haven't already!
"Thermalright's XP-90 CPU heatsink, which features four heatpipes, thin aluminum fins and a nickel-plated copper base, was released at the same time as the XP-120.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 25, 2004 - 11:35 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The front panel of CoolerMaster's Cavalier 2 will definately be noticed and you will love the inside, but don't take my word for it, read all about it at MODTHEBOX. You're far from done though, with a product review for almost every major case manufacturer today.
"One of the highlights of the Cooler Master Cavalier 2 CAV-T02 Case is the inclusion of a 60's style analog meter. The analog meter by default can be connected to the audio output of any sound card which will measure the overall sound level.
Gigabyte has a new line of CPU coolers available including the 3D Rocket Cooler-Pro, which incorporates heat pipes, a blower style fan and blue LEDs.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 22, 2004 - 11:43 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Procooling reviews the newest offering from Little River waterblocks. Plus 2 guides, on freon cooling, and a basic setup guide for watercooling in a normal case. Chipset heatsinks and fill ports abound this friday, enjoy.
"The fact that the design of the Storm G4 enables it to outperform the silver Cascade SS is quite surprising and welcome. Consider that the Cascade SS was AUD$255 and available in very limited quantities.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 20, 2004 - 11:20 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Fanless cooling is becoming more and more popular, and it seems to work to! If putting a dozen or so 50 decibel fans in your system just doesn't appeal to you, then try out this Thermaltake Heatsink after reading Red & Blackness' review. Or if you are a deadicated overclocker, maybe one of these heatsink & fan combos is more up to your speed.
"We will take a look at a completely fanless solution from Thermaltake today.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 18, 2004 - 03:54 PM | Ryan Shrout
"Imagine a computer whose memory is exponentially larger than its apparent physical size; a computer that can manipulate an exponential set of inputs simultaneously; a computer that computes in the twilight zone of space. You would be thinking of a quantum computer. Relatively few and simple concepts from quantum mechanics are needed to make quantum computers a possibility. The subtlety has been in learning to manipulate these concepts.