Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 31, 2005 - 11:52 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Enermax has a new case out, and 3DXtreme puts it to the test. If that doesn't seem like what you want then keep readin, there are server cases, aluminium cases, upside down cases, even an 8 way comparison. If you are still confused, Big Bruin published a guide to buying cases, that may help you out.
"We enjoyed reviewing this Case, some of the high points are the screwless drive rails, top USB ports, quiet 120 mm cooling, LCD with temperature and RPM readout and the overall classy, stylish look
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 29, 2005 - 11:06 AM | Ryan Shrout
Yesterday, Corsair Memory announced COOL, a new 120mm PC liquid cooling kit.
Fremont, California, January 27, 2005: Corsair Memory, Inc., a global leader in ultra-performance DDR memory modules for PC gamers and enthusiasts, today announced a water cooling kit that enables greater overclocking performance by cooling Intel and AMD processors far more efficiently than conventional heatsink/fan air cooling units.
Branded simply "COOL", this kit was designed for ultimate ease of installatio
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 28, 2005 - 11:55 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Plain old clear conductive water got you down? How 'bout antibiotic and anti-corrosion green slime that cools as well as water? Check Pimprig's look at the MCT 5 and 40 fluids from Danger Den.
Just in case you are wondering how much $$$ "Danger Den has 32 ounce bottles of MCT-5 and MCT-40 for $20.99 and $21.99 respectively. The only competition in this market, Fluid XP sells for $30-$50 for 32 ounces. "
"As might be expected, both of the MCT products have a chemical smell.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 26, 2005 - 11:44 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Been a while since we've seen a shootout, so the six way heastink battle Overclockers Australia set up seemed appropriate. These guys are built for P4 Socket 478's, so if you are looking for a SocketA or 939 solution, scroll down just a bit, you won;t be dissapointed.
"Clockwise from top left we have Thermalright's XP-90, Titan's Siberia, Cooler Master's Jet 4, two versions of Vantec's AeroFlow and Spire's SP450B0 CoolGate.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 24, 2005 - 12:05 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Overclockers Online reviews a new case from Aerocool, called Spiral Galaxies. This case not only has a pre-installed windtunnel, but the clear side panel has a honeycombed pattern of metal on it and a special paint, which they describe togather as this ... "Bee-Hive" side panel for improved EMI protection'. Try it out, your CPU temps may drop, and you might get less interference drowning out the voices in your head telling you to buy new hardware!
Overclockers Online reviews a new case from Aerocool, called Spiral Galaxies. This case not only has a pre-installed windtunnel, but the clear side panel has a honeycombed pattern of metal on it and a special paint, which they describe togather as this ...
"Bee-Hive" side panel for improved EMI protection'. Try it out, your CPU temps may drop, and you might get less interference drowning out the voices in your head telling you to buy new hardware!
"So the next big ques
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 21, 2005 - 11:55 AM | Sean Pelletier
Given the convergence of graphics card vendors and gaming consoles, this seems fitting to post. Although we all have to remember this is not official and may not be true, let's all hope that these images are a good indicator of what PS3 games will look like. Do yourself a favor and follow the link!
Take note that these images are not that of a real althete!!! These are test renders!!! Although these say that the engine is for Fight Night Next Gen, EA tends to use their game engines for all different game titles.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 21, 2005 - 11:54 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Not too much on the watercooling forefront this week, but don't let that stop you from checking out SystemCoolings review of the ThermalTake BigWater 12cm kit. Easy to install and keep running, acceptable performance, and a nice blue glow.
Following up, a pair of reviews in 3 caegories, VGA cooling, HDD cooling and laptop cooling, to help keep your VGAcard overclocked, your Raptors from igniting and your little soldiers from being broiled.
"Until recently water cooling was the domain
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 19, 2005 - 12:39 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
With all the new heatsink designs coming out, it's nice to see that people are still trying to improve my least favorite part of the installation, the clip. Most have opted for a cage design, and almost every high performance heatsink expects that you will take the motherboard out of the case to install it. Well, the CoolerMaster Hyper48 Cooler that PimpRig reviews has another way to do the install, maybe you'll even like it more than clips or cages, so give it a read.
"Installation of the H
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 17, 2005 - 01:14 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Slim, light and well cooled would describe the ThermalTake Shark perfectly. Don't take my word for it though, head on over to The Tech Report, and get the review first hand.
"On paper, it looks like the Shark delivers. The Atkins Diet has trimmed the case's weight down to just 14 pounds, and the Shark offers loads of both internal and external drive bays.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 14, 2005 - 11:52 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Watercooling can really help you to get the most out of your system, and maybe even give it a great seasonal boost, if you take advantage of winter, and keep your reservoir buried in the snow. Indoors or outdoors, take a look at DangerDen's TDX755, reviewed at Red & Blackness, if you want to get that socket775 chip working hard for you.
"Well the new socket 775 from Intel does not have that many coolers yet to it.