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Old 25th March 2007, 21:53   #1
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In part 2 of our Cebit coverage we present to you the latest products from Leadtek, PNY, Lian-Li, MSI, Alphacool, Mushkin, OCZ, Scythe, Silverstone, Sparkle, MACS, Casetek, Spire, Titan, Twintech, XFX, Zalman and ZEROtherm. Read on to learn more about 4mm thick water blocks, V8 style CPU heatsinks, TEC Cooled GFX cards and much more...

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Interesting MSI Oven... I wonder how much Corsair RAM it uses. And the same goes for that Mushkin Alphacooled RAM.

I gotta get a firewire 800 capable board for those Rally flash drives... Then again, is the actual drive capable of putting that bandwidth to use?

The OCZ 1400mhz mem should perform pretty poorly with the stated 5-6-6 timings... And hopefully not all their waterblocks will by using acrylics!

Wow, a Scythe Ninja with water tube?? That's just weird, but I'd be curious to compare it with my own Ninja! Also I noticed Scythe's HTPC Ninja has the 9 heatpipes evenly spaced apart unlike the original model, so it might actually cool almost the same? Might try a 140mm fan on that Scythe Kama Cross, and nice looking PSU they've developed...

Gotta get myself one of those Silverstone OP1200's for my Quad R600 rig...

On the Sparkle 860GT, what do you think the button might be for? ON/Off for the display unit??

Nice to see that my Zalman CNPS7700Cu is now back in style...
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Button is for changing function., temperature, voltage, clockspeed, ...
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Old 27th March 2007, 10:17   #5
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I gotta get a firewire 800 capable board for those Rally flash drives... Then again, is the actual drive capable of putting that bandwidth to use?
for large file transfer, firewire is faster than USB 2.0


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Wow, a Scythe Ninja with water tube?? That's just weird, but I'd be curious to compare it with my own Ninja! Also I noticed Scythe's HTPC Ninja has the 9 heatpipes evenly spaced apart unlike the original model, so it might actually cool almost the same? Might try a 140mm fan on that Scythe Kama Cross, and nice looking PSU they've developed...
don't think that water scythe will see retail, the HTPC version is ready for retail though, interesting to that one . I've already tested the Katana 2 and Kama Cross, good performance/noise balance heatsinks, the stock 100mm fan at 12v is surprisingly silent. the Kama Cross fits up to 120mm fan, 140mm would need custom mount


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Nice to see that my Zalman CNPS7700Cu is now back in style...
waiting for Z9700CU follow-up myself
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Old 27th March 2007, 12:51   #6
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I know firewire 800 is a good deal faster... but would it matter on those specific drives is my question?

To bad about the water Scythe... but I'll admit it never seemed practical or able to compare to any equally priced waterblock. Thanks for the info on the Kama Cross, it looked familiar but the name didn't ring any bells.
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hasn't MSI done the over trick before ?
There are some interesting things coming up, hope to see a lot of new [M]reviews (hint, hint )
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Kama Cross is released, but haven't seen it reviewed yet; hope to be the first
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