Thursday, August 21, 2003
Daily mailbox: Bjorn3D, DarkVision Hardware, myWORLD Hardware — Cormac @ 17:56
Cooler Master Aero 7 Lite CPU Cooler Review @ Bjorn3d.com
"The Cooler Master Aero 7 Lite is a large aluminum/copper-core heatsink with a huge, turquoise, squirrel-cage blower on top. Cooler Master´s unique blower design has a couple of advantages: It´s efficient (since there is no "dead-space" underneath) and it´s quiet. This unit also has a manual adjustment knob that can be mounted on either the front or back of a computer case."
Read more at Bjorn3D.
Biostar launched i848 motherboard @ DarkVision Hardware
It seems that Biostar has silently launched a new motherboard based on the cheap i848 chipset.
The i848 is basically a stripped down and cheaper version of the Springdale chipset, without dual
channel memory support. But motherboards based on it do support Intel his upcoming CPU, the
Read more at DarkVision Hardware.
Compro Poladyne FX5600 VGA Review @ myWORLD Hardware
"NVIDIA has been always well-known for it´s line of graphic card products. Some of the most popular cards produced by NVIDIA back to a year or two ago would be starting from TNT2 series until the GeForce 4Ti era. And so, enter the GeForce FX into the current market with a whole line of series, that are FX5200, FX5600, and FX5900. FX5200 was tailored for budget conscience consumers, while FX5600 are meant for average gamers who doesn´t want to burn their wallet while FX5900 are for a real hardcore gamers!
And in our today´s review, we are going to take a look at the medium range card from Compro, Poladyne FX5600 and see if it is going to be our next favourite card?"
Read more at myWORLD Hardware.
Bjorn3d reviews the TR2-M4 X Blower Heatsink/Fan
"TR2TT is a Thermaltake company making its name known with CPU coolers. The TR2-M4 is very similar in design to the Cooler Master Aero 7 coolers. Check out our review to see how the "X Blower" HSF performs."
Read more at Bjorn3D.
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