Archive for September 15th, 2019
InsaneTek have a review up the Arctic Cooling Silentium T1 Snip: "By now, you should all be very familiar with Arctic Cooling products and their capabilities.? Their cooling solutions make computing in silence a reality.? The VGA silencers are winning awards at every site and their Freezer coolers are now the preferred choice for my test bed.? With VGA coolers, CPU coolers, and case fans already set, what’s the next step in providing a cool computing environment?? The case.? Arctic Cooling’s step into the case category was somewhat surprising, considering that the majority of new cases today cater towards gamers.? All those cases focus mainly on looks and not any increased cooling performance.? Arctic Cooling has a different approach.? They look to provide better cooling performance while still maintaining the low level of noise they’re very well known for.? With the goals in mind, they created the Silentium T1 and T2." Read the full review HERE
Hexus are at CeBIT and have found?a rig running two XFX 6800 Ultras and get this, both cards have 512MB! Snip: "Oh yes, you can rely on us to bring you the good stuff. Over here at CeBIT, the mighty (and rather impressive) XFX stand is showing off the very latest in GFX grunt.. a very sexy SLi set up using two 6800Ultra 512megs!" Read the full article HERE
Some interesting reviews from around the web for you to seek your teeth into. DHT-819C 5.1 Channel Surround Sound Speaker @ Bigbruin.com5.1 channel speaker system. Thermaltake Beetle @ InsaneTekGreat looking heatsink! Xtrac Hybrid Mouse Pad Review @ mikhailtech.comHigh performance haming?mouse mat. Speeze EEA67B4 VultureSpin III @ A1 Electronics.netHeatsink fan combo.