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- Tweakers Australia have just posted a review on the SkyHawk ATX-4396 Aluminium case. Good quality design, all-aluminium reinforced chassis, spring loaded swing door, plus more makes this case an excellent buy. Here's a little piece of the article:
Aluminium, or Aluminum as you may call it has been the material of choice for some time now when it comes to heatsinks. Sure it isn't the absolute best conductive material, but it is relatively cheap, light and very easy to work with. I'm guessing that most of your would have heard of Lian-Li at some point, and know that they were the first real, high-quality aluminium case manufacturers on the block. One drawback to the Lian-Li cases is the high cost, which unfortunately denies the average enthusiast from owning one. Introducing Skyhawk - long time renowned for quality power supplies for both the server and home environment, and more recently, aluminium cases. Skyhawk offers a full range of aluminium cases, ranging from very cheap to expensive. Thanks to Kenny over at Sky Hawk Australia the model we will be looking at today is the SkyHawk ATX-4396, which boats stylish design, quality finish and a full aluminium chassis.
- Over at Club Overclocker they have just started a new contest, where you can win a set of Xbags Computer Case and Monitor transport systems. Apart from these things looking dead sexy (come on, you know you want one), they are a great idea for LAN parties, assuming you don't have a full tower and 21" screen (and for those that do, I'll happily swap them for something smaller). All you gotta do is answer a very simple question and the set is yours! If you win, that is...
- BurnOutPc.com have just posted their review on the Nostromo SpeedPad N50, which is a cool-looking little gaming peripheral intended for FPS gamers. It's basically a replacement for your keyboard, with a variety of buttons / controls right at your fingertips (naturally...). Looks like a lot of fun. See what they had to say.
- The people over at TigerDirect.com and 3dXtreme have joined together to give away a Gateway 500 SE desktop PC system! It's a simple sweepstakes entry, so click here for more details.
Short 'N Sweet links:
- VisionTek Xtasy Ti4400 review @ SimHQ
- Abit AT7 review @ PC Hardware
- Zalman CNPS-6500A ALCU Cooler video review @ 3DGameMan
- Belkin 4-Port Cable/DSL Gateway Router review @ JSI Hardware
- Gainward GeForce 4 PowerPack GS Ultra review @ PCStats
- Abit KX7-333R review @ Legion Hardware
- Intel Pentium 4 2.53GHz review @ HardwareZone
- MSI 845 Pro2 review @ Planet Savage
- ATi All-In-Wonder Radeon 8500 128MB review @ VR-Zone
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