Thermaltake Purepower Power Station 520W PSU
Legit Reviews :: Tuesday, February 28, 2006
“Power supplies have really advanced in the last 2 years. Some of the advancement is from innovation, the other is from the necessity for more strict power guidelines. With power hungry processors and video cards on the market, older PSUs are becoming obsolete because they can not handle the load todays PC parts require. With this in mind, we are going to retire a Thermaltake 360W Purepower PSU and replace it with a new Thermaltake 520W Purepower Power Station that is ATX 12V 2.0 compliant. This upgrade should show most of the reasons one would want to upgrade their PSU.”
Arctic Cooling Accelero GPU Coolers (X1/X2)
Pure Overclock :: Tuesday, February 28, 2006
Quote: “The X1 and X2 are drastically different from the NV silencer range that ruled the earth before it. They have introduced heat pipe technology into the equation – a first for GPU cooling. Arctic Cooling claims this improves the cooling efficiency over the NV silencer range.”
Hell’s Illusion: Project Lament II at CaseModGod.com
Case Mod God :: Tuesday, February 28, 2006
Summary: The winner of last years QuakeCon’s modding contest has been working on yet another amazing mod.
This time ARTbyTROY is creating a 8 inch cube that houses the Hell Raiser Puzzle Box inside. A quote from ARTbyTROY “I am currently working to create a new Hell Raiser themed PC far different than my first… there are those that have put their computers into puzzle boxes, I am going to put a puzzle box into the PC and hopefully entirely conceal the computer in the process.”
Ultra Aluminus ATX Mid-Tower Case Review #653:
3dgameman :: Tuesday, February 28, 2006
The Ultra Aluminus ATX Mid-Tower Case is a familiar design and is used by many companies. This case though is made from lightweight aluminum and has a high gloss black paint finish. It’s an excellent choice for modding or LAN parties. Air circulation is great, but two optional 120mm fans are required. There are plenty of drive bays and it even has a removable motherboard tray. This product has looks and functionality to boot. Watch the Video to find out more…” ~3dGameMan.com
How To Speed Up Your Computer Without Upgrading
The Tech Zone :: Tuesday, February 28, 2006
It seems that the longer you own your computer, the slower it gets! It isn’t getting slower just because it is older. Read the following article to learn how to speed up your computer without upgrading the hardware.
Google Desktop 3: Convenience vs. Privacy
Big Bruin :: Tuesday, February 28, 2006
Quote: Google recently released an update to its desktop search product, Google Desktop 3. It offers several different features which add both a convenience factor and privacy issues. I am going to be looking into these, seeing how they relate, and if the convenience is out weighted by the privacy issues. If you are using (or are considering using) Google Desktop’s newest version I would highly suggest you take some time and read this article before you make the decision for yourself.
Intel 955XE and D975XBX Review
Technic3d :: Tuesday, February 28, 2006
Quote: “Technic3D took itself the time and examined as far the Intel 955 Extreme Edition with that Gigabyte G1-Turbo Mainboard and Air,- Water,- Compressorcooling overcklocking leaves.”
Gentoo v2006.0 @ Phoronix
Phoronix :: Tuesday, February 28, 2006
How Safe Is Safe
Digital Grabber :: Tuesday, February 28, 2006
Information held on your computer is a very vulnerable entity and can be very easily and completely lost, either by component failure, malicious acts or theft. If loss of the information you keep on your computer would cause you distress, then you need to take steps to ensure it is kept safe and that you would be able to continue even if your computer was stolen. But how safe is safe?
ECS PF5 Extreme
Phoronix :: Tuesday, February 28, 2006