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Scythe Shogun CPU Heatsink

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

Prime Cooler 1PC-VGAHP 1 VGA Cooler

Utilizing a single heatpipe, will Prime Cooler's PC-VGAHP 1 be able to provide the VPU temperatures overclockers are looking to achieve? In this review, we'll be taking a look at this rare offering from the folks at Prime Cooler.
24 June 2005

Logisys Remote Multifunction Panel

Although there are many ways to build your own remote relay for your computer, whether it be from dismantling an old garage door opener or building one from scratch, today we have a rare look at one of Logisys' products thats under development. Today, we'll be sharing some of our initial thoughts regarding the Logisys Remote Multifunction Panel.
18 June 2005

Prime Cooler CoolPad (PC-NTB)

The last time we had some Prime Cooler products displayed at Phoronix was when we were looking at their Hypercool III+ & Hypercool 4+ CPU heatsinks and memory heatspreaders. Today we’re back with some more Prime Cooler action as we try out the CoolPad (PC-NTB).
16 June 2005

Triplett 3526-B Digi-Probe

Even though most of our reviews here at Phoronix focus on computer hardware or software, today is one of the rare occasions where we are looking at electrical testing equipment. The digital multimeter up for review today is the Triplett 3526-B Digi-Probe from Cable Organizer.
25 May 2005

Logisys Cool Fan & M-Coupe Mouse

Over time we have tested numerous cases, power supplies, CCFLs, modding supplies, and even heatsinks from Logisys, but surprisingly enough we've never checked out their mice. Today however, we will be breaking this de facto tradition as we try out two of their mice - the silver ergonomic cool fan mouse and the M-Coupe black optical mice.
19 May 2005

CoolJag JAC16EC (OAK-D)

With the sheer number of desktop CPU coolers on the market, it can be a bit puzzling when you're looking for a simple yet powerful heatsink. At Phoronix today we'll be evaluating the CoolJag JAC16EC (OAK-D).
13 May 2005

Logisys Day & Night Inter-Switchable CCFL

Logisys has provided us with many interesting products lately such as the unique cases, power supplies, coolers, and various other products. Today we have another product from Logisys, the Logisys 12-inch Day & Night UV-Blue Inter-Switchable CCFL Kit.
7 May 2005

Jetart ThermoEye (DT2000)

Heat is always a big issue these days in modern computers. Being able to obtain the temperatures of your components can help prevent costly heat damage to your expensive new components. Today we have a thermometer device from Jetart called ThermoEye.
5 May 2005

Thermaltake Beetle (CL-P0086)

We're sure most of you have heard of the beast called the Asus Star Ice. The massive cooler was constructed out of copper and weighed a whopping 865 grams. Today from Thermaltake we have a very similar looking cooler called the Thermaltake Beetle.
3 May 2005

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