When it comes to memory card readers/writers, there are numerous 7-in-1 and 9-in-1 models on the market that make memory card data transfer very convenient. Today though we will be checking out a 21-in-1 card reader/writer! Even while packing in support for 21 digital card formats, the Link Depot USB 2.0 card reader is one of the smallest to ever enter our labs.
30 July 2005
Like overclockers, networking enthusiasts have their favorite chip for the job. Although a wireless networking Chipset may not lead to as many advantages as say a good TCCD batch or BH5 memory chips but poor wireless chips can also lead to a weaker signal and poor performance. In this review, we'll be trying out a NetGear WG511T, which utilizes the infamous Atheros Chipset.
25 July 2005
Although we've only recently begun examining SunbeamTech products we've known of their long product legacy for quite some time. One of the areas that SunbeamTech specializes in is the market for controller/multi-function panels. In this review, we'll be checking out the SunbeamTech Chromatic Windmill.
18 July 2005
GearGrip has been at the game of producing reliable computer harnesses for quite some time. At nearly every LAN event we attend there's dozens of gamers using GearGrip products to assist in the transportation of their computer equipment. Today up for review, we're trying out GearGrip's LCD Shield Harness.
15 July 2005
With a greater number of computer users constructing elaborate wireless and wired networks in their home's or small offices, a centralized SOHO server usually takes center stage in the network. Although there are countless numbers of services the server could offer, most often in these home/small office type situations its to offer a network repository for files and programs and to stream audio and/or video across the network from an HTPC. In this article, we'll be looking at some different products to effectively lower the noise level of any computer system but mainly in the way of HTPCs/servers.
14 July 2005
Of all the illuminated keyboards we've come across, the brightest has been the Phone Smart LED from Logisys. The keyboard offers an individual LED under every single key on the keyboard rather than an EL wire. Up for review today, we have the SunbeamTech Pro-Series Lite Up Keyboard. The keyboard continues to use an EL wire but just how well does it really perform?
12 July 2005
It used to be that fans were used just for utilitarian purposes. Nowadays, however, it's becoming increasingly popular for fans to be used for lighting up your computer and decorating computer cases as well. Computer accessory manufacturers now offer hundreds of choices for computer case fans. Today we have a new revision of the AC Ryan Blackfire4 80mm and 120mm fans for review.
3 July 2005
Ultra Products is most notably known by computer enthusiasts for their X-Connect power supply series, which were some of the first modular PSUs on the consumer market. Today however, we'll be checking out one of Ultra Products newer endeavors, and that is the CPU cooling market. In this review, we have the Ultra Products Copper Core CPU Cooling Fan for LGA775 processors.
2 July 2005
There are a few factors that determine a heatsink's cooling performance; the heatsink itself of course, the thermal interface material, and the factor most people forget, flatness of the heatsink base. A large number of heatsinks these days have bases that are not flat. Even the best heatsinks are not free from this problem. How do we solve this problem however? Lapping is usually the solution, and Easy PC Kits has a Premium Heatsink Lapping Kit to make it easier.
27 June 2005
Scythe has been at the game of cooling computer processors for quite a while, over time these coolers have evolved from petite aluminum heatsinks to enormous heatsink fans, which generally use a mixture of copper and aluminum. The Scythe CPU cooler have our hands on now is the Shogun CPU radiator with 120mm fan.
26 June 2005
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