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Spire BlackFin Mid-ATX PC Case Review

@ 2007/07/12 read/post comments(0)
Spire is known for their cooling and power supplies, but they also have an excellent line of very stylish PC cases. Today I'll be looking at the Blackfin, a mid-sized ATX case that offers quite a few features, along with… Go To Full Article

Apevia X-Qpack 2 Case Review

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Today we look at the revised X-Qpack case from Apevia and focus upon the changes from the earlier version. Come have a look and see what is new. It doesn't seem like it was two years ago that I reviewed… Go To Full Article

Introduction To Server Technology & Concepts Article

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SATA and SAS are both relatively new to the game. SATA is a technology most readers will be very familiar with, so we won’t dwell on it. SAS however is a newer technology made for servers. It is backwards compatible… Go To Full Article

Mountain Mods U2-UFO Duality Case Review

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You would expect something of this size to weigh a ton, but thanks to the aluminum construction, the total weight is only 15 lbs. A total of 12 fan mounts ensure that your components will be kept nice and chilly.… Go To Full Article

NZXT HS-001S Hush Case Review

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The NZXT HS-001S Hush is the next PC Case in the Technic3D Editorship. The HUSH is equipped with two 120mm fans (running at low speeds)and have installed rubber padding near fans and hard drives to further reduce the sound level.… Go To Full Article

AMD Radeon HD 2000 Series & Linux

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Since January of this year we have been telling you that AMD has been silently working on R600 (Radeon HD 2000) support for their proprietary Linux (fglrx) driver. However, for the end-user the support isn't complete and… Go To Full Article

Danger Den Torture Rack Review

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Danger Den has been making water cooling blocks for ages. Now the company has decided to expand its portfolio and has started offering cases. Danger Den offers acrylic cases, with optional UV panels. Today, we take a look at the… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake Max Orb Review

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The Max Orb is Thermaltake's new (flagship) cooler, which consists of six heatpipes, a nickel-plated copper base and lightweight aluminum fins. This new cooler is compatible with many current CPU socket types, including Intel's Socket T (LGA775) and AMD's Sockets… Go To Full Article

Lian-Li PC-A05 Mid-Tower Case Review

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What can be said about Lian-Li? I have always felt their name was synonymous with quality, style, and shiny brushed aluminum. Lian-Li's own website describes the company as one of the largest and most reputable manufacturers of aluminum PC cases… Go To Full Article

Zalman CNPS7500-Cu LED Low Noise Heatsink Review

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The Zalman CNPS7500-Cu LED is a slightly more compact version of the CNPS7700-C LED heatsink - a massive cooler with a wingspan of nearly 140mm - and slightly lighter too. The heatsink is compatible with socket 478 & 775 Intel… Go To Full Article

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