Summary: “The Sytrin KuFormula VF1 Plus is one of the finest air solutions we have EVER laid our eyes on, and it is certainly a prime example of how a relative newcomer can shake the PC cooling industry with fresh thinking. During our testing, when this video cooling solution was maxed out on a GeForce 7800GTX, we had seen an incredible 12-21 Celsius drop in the core temperature! This product is definitely worth looking into with its near universal support for both ATI and NVIDIA products.”
Sytrin KuFormula VF1 Plus
Phoronix :: Monday, January 30, 2006
Toshiba 512MB TransMemory Review Posted!
Tech ARP :: Monday, January 30, 2006
BFR Article: Oakley THUMP2 1GB MP3 Sunglasses
Bona Fide Reviews :: Monday, January 30, 2006
Thermaltake CircleFire Panel Review
Mikhailtech :: Monday, January 30, 2006
The unit itself weights in at 310g, hardly light. It measures 149 x 42 x 123mm and has a built-in 2 watt speaker in the center. Yes, 2 watts. Don’t expect serious audio (or any bass for that matter) with this panel. Below the speaker are two buttons: one for controlling volume and one for switching colors. Pressing the volume button cycles through high, medium, and low presets. Pressing the other button cycles through each of the 7 colors (which backlight the dB gauges). Pressing it once more enables the auto cycling, which basically flashes each of the colors in succession at a rate of approximately one color every 2-3 seconds.
Antec Phantom 500W PSU
Techgage :: Monday, January 30, 2006
New E3 Booth Babe Rules – Part 2
The Tech Zone :: Monday, January 30, 2006
Since the ESA dropped the anti-provocative booth babe bomb, message forums have been flooded by people from all camps. Some think the show should be cancelled completely. Others will miss the display of skin, but are glad that the focus will be more on the games. And then there are those that don’t really care either way because they are immune to the magnetism of hot women promoting videogames. This isn’t another article debating the ESA’s decision or pondering the need for booth babes. We here at TTZ have decided to approach the issue from a very different perspective. What perspective am I referring to? Has anyone considered the huge impact that this will have on the economy??