CaseBuy EZ PSU Tester, Arctic Cooling Freezer 4, and more!

Hey folks, just wanted to bring you one last update before I head off to bed. My allergies have been kicking me around all day, so I'm in need of some sleep... good sleep. I'm sure the assortment of cold medicine available will see to that :) Here we go...

CaseBuy EZ Power Supply Tester @ LAN Addict

"CaseBuy's EZ Power Supply Tester is very easy to use and it will tell you if you are getting power on a rail. Just don't expect it to do any more than that. This little gadget can save you a lot of time by weeding out dead power supplies, but you'll want to have a multimeter handy to make sure that you're getting the right amount of power from your rails before you use the PSU you're testing."

Thermaltake BigWater Water Cooling Kit Video Review @ 3dGameMan

"The Thermaltake BigWater Water Cooling Kit offers big bang-for-the-buck! It's easy to install, performs well, looks great and is affordable. Included is a quiet 120L/Hr Pump, Radiator w/120mm fan, and a copper CPU waterbock. It also fits all Intel P4 and AMD motherboards currently on the market. Interested in watercooling? Check this kit out. Watch the Video to find out more..."

BenQ FP71G+ 17-inch 8ms TFT LCD @ hardwarezone

"BenQ's FP71G+ is a follow up to the excellent FP71E+ multimedia LCD. Given a response time boost to 8ms, the monitor excels at handling games and video alike. However, analog display quality is above average at best and had problems rendering shadows."

Arctic Cooling Freezer 4 Review @ XYZ Computing

"The total size of the cooler is 92x114x120 mm which means it is big but since the footprint is small and the cooler is wider higher up, clearance should not be an issue. The cooler weighs in at just 488g, barely more than the maximum recommended weight for our socket 478 processor- this is a good deal lighter than many other heatpipe-powered CPU coolers of this size."

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