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Case Mod Contest
Written by Gizmo   
Tuesday, 01 July 2008 21:52

If you haven't popped into the forums and checked out the case mod contest, you really should:

Contest: What can you do with a $30 case*?

Join in the fun, and have a blast!

Review: Tuniq Freezing Storm Computer Case
Written by Samuknow   
Thursday, 31 January 2008 22:34

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ImageToday we will be looking at a new computer case from called the Freezing Storm. The case is sleek and has very clean lines. Inside it sports a set of 120 mm core fans and a tool less design. This case comes in silver or black. We will be looking at the black version today. 



Color Black
Drive Bays 5.25" Drives Bays x 5
3.5" Drives Bays x 5 ( External x 2 + Internal x 3 )
Front I/O Port USB 2.0 x 2 + Audio + Microphone
Chassis Dimension H 451mm x W 200mm x D 430mm
Side Window Acrylic Side Window ( Optional )
Tool-Free Kits CD-ROM
Hard Disk
Expansion Cards
Weight N. W. 7.2 kg
G. W. 8.5 kg

Review: Sunbeam Acrylic UFO case
Written by Samuknow   
Wednesday, 05 December 2007 00:00

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I remember back when I first saw a clear computer case. I was just blown away.  There was something elegant about it, especially if the builder took time to do a clean install.  After a while they were everywhere, showing off the prized hardware of the owner like a display case in a jewelry store.  After years of availability I still see many clear cases show up on the mod scene.


Today the must have item is the cube or UFO style cases.  These cases, with their non-standard shape, can be very appealing.  They are a step away from the usual ATX style case

Well, much to my excitement, Sunbeamtech has brought these two wonderful designs together to create the Sunbeam Acrylic UFO computer case.   Sunbeamtech could have a winner here. With its design style and a price point well under 100 dollars, what’s not to like?

Koolance VID-280 watercooling meets EVGA 8800 GTS Superclocked
Written by Daniel ~   
Saturday, 14 July 2007 08:00
8800GTS and VID-280
I've been running Koolance systems for some time now. I like 'em. They're of a reasonably refined design and excellent construction. I much prefer the external portability of the Exos II, designed to sit atop of one's computer, rather than taking up space within. There are many water cooling systems out there. From the crude and inefficient to the the refined and sublime. I've tried one or two others, I settled on Koolance as the best fit for my needs. You may prefer the others, many do. ":O}
Corsair HX620w PSU
Written by Danrok   
Sunday, 17 June 2007 06:51

Corsair HX620w
Corsair HX620w
Reviewed by XSReviews:

When you think of high end performance memory, undoubtedly the name Corsair pops into your head, while names like Dominator and XMS jump onto the tip of the tongue. However RAM is not their only concern with cooling options and power supplies being part of their repertoire. Today I have with me their flagship model PSU, the HX620w; let's see how it does.

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