Hey all. Just thought I'd step in and make my first ever news post here on TT. I've sort of been asked to help out with things here on the news posting so I'll try and do my best around here... Anyways, onto the posting:
- The people over at t-break have finished up a review for the SiS 645 chipset based Soyo P4S Dragon. Here's a little snippet from the review:
We doubt that you'll find any other manufacturer in the market that offers as many features as Soyo does with their motherboards- the most unique of all is the Ó-Box which fits in a 3 1/2" or 5 1/4" bay and provides you with front access to different ports. In the P4S dragon's case, the Ó-Box provides you with four USB ports and Soyo gives you nice and long rounded cables that hook up to the motherboard. Other features that you can onboard include RAID (powered by the High Point chip), an integrated NIC and 5.1 Sound with optical connections (powered by C-Media) Although USB 2.0 is not present onboard, Soyo includes a card that needs to be mailed to them and they'll send a PCI USB 2.0 card to you.
- Hans 'stealth_wing' Melis over at MadOnion.com has finished a review on Swiftech's MCXC370 heatsink. This is similar to the MCX370, but the extra 'C' in the name denotes that this one has a copper base. Check out the article to see how it performs.
- ipKonfig show us the in's and out's of the X-Wing 101 Case and all the nice little features it has. I must say I was impressed by the way in which the exhaust on the top of the case worked with this one. Blowholes on the bottom though? Have a look and see...
- 3dGameMan have done a rather interesting video review of the Global Win CAK-II 38 Cooler. I can't say I've seen a video review of a HSF before, but I guess there's a first for everything.
That's it from me for the moment. I'll post some more exciting stuff again this afternoon.