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WinHQ has a look at the Topower 470W Power Supply.
Having enough juice for your machine is important. 'Enough' means power that is best suited for the type of computer. Grandma's web surfing machine isn't going to require a 550W power supply for her Duron processor. A hardcore overclocker who uses water cooling, a zillion delta fans.More information at WinHQ
3dXtreme is excited to announce their Thermalright SLK-800 Socket A Cooler Review.
After the Thermalright SLK-600 was introduced there was even more of a demand for an higher performing 80mm version of it. It looks like their voices were heard and Thermalright has answered. Thermalright has finally released an 80mm version of the SLK-600, rightfully called the Thermalright SLK-800, which we will be reviewing today.More information at 3dXtreme
ReviewNation.com has done a Coolermaster Socket A HSF Shootout.
In the never-ending battle of CPU cooling, we introduce 2 new competitors, which are manufactured by the one and only Coolermaster...The 2 new HSFs we've been chosen to review are the HSC-V62 (Auto speed CPU cooler) and the HHC-L61 (Alps). As many of you already know, Coolermaster is a quality name brand in terms of CPU cooling, so lets just get right to it and see if Coolermaster has done it again, or if they are loosing their touchMore information at ReviewNation.com
Mikhailtech takes a look at Cooler Master's ATC-600-VX1, one of the very few aluminum desktop cases out there, though I think it would be a great looking loungeroom multimedia PC.
The Plexiglas panel in the front. After all it's what makes at least 50% of the scenic look of the case. It covers the two 5.25" bays and can be opened with just one finger. All you need to do is push softly on the aluminum sticker on the center, the cone that says "Cooler Master", and the panel will slowly open towards you. It's absolutely silent and a mechanism slows it down during opening and closure. You can see part of it on the sides and in this close-up picture.More information at Mikhailtech
myWORLD Hardware has done their piece on Coolermaster's latest HSC-V62 HSF.
Of course, with some modification such as adding a black 80mm delta fans helped a lot but another problem arises again! This time around is the noise factor! Could we do our daily computing task in such a noisy enviroment especially the noise generated by the heatsinks fan that rotates at insanely 8000rpm? Even when you are running a low CPU utilization program, does your heatsink fan really need to run at the optimal speed? The solution, an auto-speed control fan by CoolerMaster, based on their latest HSC-V62.More information at myWORLD Hardware
Ok there are a couple of cases reviews plus some mods in the mailbox today so I'll just toss them at you all.
- Lian Li PC-72 SCA Server Case @ Heatseekerz
- Swiftech Q. Power Water Cooled Case @ SystemCooling
- How-To Build a Rheobus @ PimpedOutCases
- Break-out Headphone Amplification Box @ Spode's Abode
- EL Wire Ice Blue Kit @ GiBTEK
Ok it's time for cooling action today so take your pick or read the lot and they're not all for CPU's.
- ThermalRight SLK-800 @ Overclocker Cafe
- Thermaltake Geforce 4 Powerbooster Copper VGA Cooler @ Ascully.com
- Lead Khan LK-CAA05 Copper Heatsink @ Tech-Fusion
- Bitspower NP81DS20 HSF @ MODTHEBOX!
- Cybercooler CC-290 System & NK-360 Notebook Coolers @ Active-Hardware
- Taisol CEP426151A Pentium 4 HSF @ FrostyTech
Dan today has a look at an unusual PSU that some of you might be interested in. It has a mind boggling four IEC outlets and is quiet.
More information at Dan's Data
PC PowerZone has reviewed a couple of 550 watt PSU's, the Starnet 550 and the Antec TruePower 550 with some interesting results!
What's so important about a computer's power supply then? Well, a good PSU (Power Supply Unit) can make the difference between a stable and unstable machine, a highly overclocked machine can soon fail with a poor PSU and a hard-worked, 24/7 machine will soon cause a poor PSU to give up and die.More information at PC PowerZone
Ever though about a clear PSU case? Well the guys at SubZeroTech got their hands on one and take you through the assembly process.
More information at SubZeroTech