Gigabyte G-Power Cooler Pro, DFI LANParty UT nF4 Ultra-D
Tonight's serving includes a little bit of everything. Another item I'll throw into the mix, is a possible roadmap of upcoming NVIDIA Chipsets, check it out. Goodnight folks!
"The two drive bays and the front panel are all concealed making the look consistent and elegant. The front also houses the VFD display which is a two line display with the top line showing icons of the currently used function and the bottom line showing text such as the time or the temperature of your XPC. We must say that the VFD display gels real well with the mirror finish giving it a somewhat Sony floating glass touch."
"The SOHW-1693S was a very good optical drive in terms of performance. The overall performance was much better than the previous model which is the SOHW-1673S and this new model is support the writing of the DVD-R Dual Layer media. The drive itself is very stable during the reading/writing of any CD/DVD media. As for the noise level, it was much quiet compare to the all the previous model."
"With today's high-end CPU's running hotter than ever, companies are trying to come up with new CPU heatsink and fan combinations to keep the CPU cool. Today, I am going to look at the Gigabyte's G-Power Cooler Pro (GH-PDU21-MF) on my AMD Athlon 64 FX 55."
"The DFI LANParty UT Ultra-D is an amazing board built to cater to the hardcore enthusiast with its near-limitless tweaking options. It is also the only board that has a mod friendly hardware and firmware to accept additional functions. Intrigued yet?"