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Ideazon Z Board, with gaming Keyset

@ 2006/01/29 read/post comments(1)
Ideazon make one product; the Zboard. It’s a gaming keyboard aimed at FPS players looking for the best way to interface their fingers to their PC. Zboard pioneered the remapped keyboard design, but how well does it actually perform?

Icemat Siberia USB Combo Headset

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A relatively new entry into the PC audio scene, Icemat brings over its gaming know-how into the Siberia Headsets, and over to the professional gamer.

Thermaltake CircleFire Panel

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The unit itself weights in at 310g, hardly light. It measures 149 x 42 x 123mm and has a built-in 2 watt speaker in the center. Yes, 2 watts. Don't expect serious audio (or any bass for that matter) with…

Lian Li PC-7 Plus Aluminum case

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In fact, I even managed to fit a simple H2O setup in the case with relative ease – single radiator only though. In some situations a tool-less card holder can have it’s advantages, but most of them just cause trouble…

Thermaltake Muse eSATA

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Thermaltake started in 1999 and produced one of the first Turbine coolers the Golden Orb. Since then they have made cases, power supplies and most of them generating hype from the consumers and press. Though today we have one of…

Corsair 2GB XMS 4000PT DDR Memory Kit

@ 2006/01/28 read/post comments(0)
Compared to the Value ram, Corsairs XMS 4000PT is definitely a lot faster. The ability to reliably go to 250mhz speeds (when paired with a motherboard capable of it) means that you don’t need to sacrifice speed for capacity.

Antec P180 case

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With the door open, it is clear that Antec put a bit of function over form on the parts that most people won't see. The first unique feature you notice is that the drive bays have weird spots beside the…

Still Too Hot To Handle? . . .

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The reviews were quite different, and done under different circumstances. Nonetheless, they had one thing in common: the same weather forecasts: in the seventies. Seventies Celsius. It's eyebrow-raising to see a reviewer…

IHS Temps - P4 CPU Simulator

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As a further look into the temperature pattern of the IHS, I bored a small hole in the center of the IHS and inserted a thermocouple into it: Using the die simulator allows me to see…

AMD's 3800+ X2 Dual Core Processor

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In closing I have to say that while many people are in love with the new dual core Opteron's (Most feel that they are more stable at higher frequencies, and being built as a server processor, can handle more abuse),…

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