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Archive for November 17th, 2018

Cooler Master Centurion 534 case @ Modthebox

Snip: The eye candy for this particular model is the brushed aluminum front bezel and emphasis on good air flow. The Centurion 534 includes a special mesh design that is located on the left and right hand sides of the front bezel which assist with cooling performance. Full review @ Modthebox



Corsair Nautilus 500 watercooling kit @ Bit-tech

Snip: Once we had the lid off we noticed that it is in fact a three piece watercooling setup, with radiator, reservoir and external pump. Many of the all in one kits I have seen previously have had the reservoir and pump in one. The only disadvantage I can see with this method is having extra connections inside the unit, but seeing how securely they are fitted I don’t see it as an issue. Full review @ Bit-tech



Aerocool Silver Lightning fans @ Pro-Clockers

Snip: We all know that Aerocool is fast making a name for themselves in the world of cases and cooling. The success of the ExtremEngine line of cases and front panel devices have been a pretty big success for them. Being no strangers to cooling fans, Aerocool was nice enough to send over their entire line of Silver Lightning cooling fans. From sizes ranging from 80mm to 140mm, there is surely one or two to meet your needs. Full review @ Pro-Clockers



HIS X1800 GTO IceQ3 Turbo @ Noticias3D

Noticias3D has published a review of the HIS X1800 GTO IceQ3 Turbo Videocard Full review @ Noticias3D?(spanish) google translation



Logitech mm28 Portable Speaker Review @ Virtual-Hideout

Snip: You’ll find yourself using them on just about everything with a headphone jack, and the possibilities there are HUGE. It seems just about every tech gadget out there has a headphone jack now, so for the units with a jack and no speakers, here you go! Full review @ Virtual-Hideout



Galaxy’s overclocked 7600 GS with 7600 GT like performance

Yet another Galaxy card geared towards enthusiasts hits our news pages. Last month we reported on Galaxy’s non-reference 7600 GS clocked at 500/500 using 2.0ns IC’s and a rather tasty custom Zalman built cooler to boot. This month Galaxy have brought out yet another 7600 GS but this time they’ve gone all out and are bordering on 7600 GT territory. The card uses 1.2ns IC’s clocked at 700MHz, which is the same as a 7600GT, and the core is clocked to 500 MHz, which is 60MHz shy of the 7600GT. If the price is right this could be a very real low cost option for those who want 7600 GT like performance for less pennies. Galaxy’s current non-reference cards all stand out by including very nice low noise Zalman aluminium coolers and by incorporating features not seen on any other boards, like?SmartFlash, which essentially means the card sports two BIOS chips on the PCB. For those who like to tinker with bios settings this will be a godsend. There is currently no information on pricing, but it should hit UK retailers this time.





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