Asetek, leader in exotic and high-performance PC-cooling, have just released their new water-cooling solution under the name of "Plug & Chill". This kit is the next generation in the WaterChill line of products and boasts a number of improvements on its predecessor.
Keyboard review – how uninteresting does that sound? Quite a bit. On a second thought, when was the last time you saw a review on a keyboard? In fact, I dare to say that the keyboard must be one of the most underestimated computer parts out there. Read on as we take a closer look at the Zippy Electron Luminescence Keyboard.
With the introduction of Intel’s new Pentium 4 chipset, the 875P, we’ve seen a number of manufacturers offering motherboards supporting the new chipset. Today we take a look at MSI’s offering, the Microstar NEO-LSR 875P Canterwood motherboard.
Despite reduction in manufacturing size, the amount of power modern CPUs require continues to increase. The end-result is that more heat is being dissipated off smaller surfaces and this requires the CPU coolers to perform that much better, especially when overclocking a hot AMD XP or Pentium 4. This makes water-based cooling more and more attractive -- Enter Asetek WaterChill.
Corsair is well known for their high performance memory, and they are now taking one step further, into the world of watercooling, thus the expectations are high. Read on as we investigate the performance of the Corsair Hydrocool 200 watercooler.
In part one, we discussed phase change cooling and supercooling in theory as well as examined the build of the new LianLi add-on kit. It’s finally time for us to take a look at the actual performance of the Prometeia cooler, overclocking the Pentium 4 3.06.
When Johan at LIUtilities contacted us about reviewing their personal backup software, WinBackup, we were enthusiastic about the idea. The issues we had run into on our last review of a backup application had left us disappointed. Would this time be different?
The Corsair TWINX memory kits are composed of two low latency memory modules that have been tested as a pair in an Asus A7N8X dual channel motherboard. Today we take a look at two modules of the 256Mb PC3200 variety and see how they match up against two 256Mb modules of Mushkin PC3000. Do the TwinX kits deliver as promised? Read on to find out.
It is the nature of the overclocking enthusiast to push the limits of what their hardware can do. Occasionally we push our systems too far and hardware fails. When that hardware does fail, the ability to restore important data from backup is crucial. Today, we will take a look at software meant to make both the backup and restore portion easier.
Keyboard and mouse – how uninteresting does that sound? Quite a bit. On a second thought, when was the last time you saw a review on a keyboard and mouse? In fact, I dare to say that the keyboard and mouse must be one of the most underestimated computer parts out there.
Microplex is a company known by very few outside Norway, but up til now it has been more or less the one stop shop for the overclocking and modding crowd here in the northern hemisphere. But with the release of the Silent Twin, they boldly go one step further - producing their own processor cooler. Read on as we investigate the performance of this cooler.
DangerDen has been around for a long time, and is probably one of the most well known and well spoken of watercoolers available. But are they as good as you might get the impression of? Read on as we investigate the preformance and quality of this kit.
In the third leg in our watercooler round-up we take a closer look at a kit from CoolComputers. With their new Tri-Arc waterblocks, this could prove to be a very interesting product. Read on as we investigate the performance of this kit.
There has been a steady increase in the number of bare-bones systems available for the consumer today. Some are focused on size, some on power, some on portability. Some are just plain cheap stuff from yesteryear. However, the experienced eye can often find a good system based on yesterday's technology that can still compete well in today's market.
WinTasks 4 Professional is designed for IT professionals, software developers and other advanced users to make resource management easier than ever before. With features like cpu usage graphs per process, system presets and scripting, WinTasks 4 Professional could prove to be a great addition to your system.
Second leg in our watercooler pentathlon features a brand new kit from Swiftech, the Swiftech H202-C. This kit comes with their MCW462-U waterblock, and should provide quite a performace boost over their old model, the MCW462
This is first leg of our reviewing pentathlon for water-cooling systems. In this leg we will take a closer look at the latest and greatest from innovatek, the innovaCOOL rev 3.0. It scores definite points in the looks-department, but is beauty only skin-deep?
Finding a case that suits your needs is not necessarily an easy task, especially not when you're like us. What we want is a big case that can fit all our extra hardware, is easy to work with, and has good cooling options. This case caught our eyes as a candidate that might fit these criteria.
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