Hey folks, Happy St. Patrick's Day. Tonight's reading material contains the Speeze Vulture Spin 3, ASUS A8V-E Deluxe, asetek WaterChill KT03A Extreme, and the Bluetake BT007SI Bluetooth USB Adapter. Also, Jeff has reviewed the Sapphire Toxic Radeon X700 Pro 128. Well I'm off to celebrate my Irish heritage with a beer, good night ;)
"Recently we reviewed Speezes's Coppersnake III. A fine heatsink designed for the Pentium crowd. Today we are going to review Speeze's VultureSpin III, the Amd equivalent. As always, first impressions count for a lot, so how the hsf looks right out of the box is important. The good news is that the VultureSpin III looks pretty impressive."
"We have just reviewed one of the first mainboards based on VIA K8T890 chipset. This is a chipset solution for AMD Athlon 64 processors positioned as a competitor to NVIDIA nForce4. However, the product left a very uncertain impression: the chipset features as well as the mainboard implementation leave quite a bit to be desired."
"This is a standard WaterChill kit similar to the version that we reviewed earlier with a few notable differences. The biggest change is the rather large black ice radiator with support for up to 3 120mm cooling fans. Keep in mind that this is a 2-pass radiator though for what it lacks in thickness and capacity it makes up for in length."
"Bluetooth popularity and functionality is now higher than ever. With version 1.2 available, Bluetooth can natively perform functions like transmitting high quality stereo sound and receiving pictures wirelessly from Bluetooth enabled camera phones and new Bluetooth enabled digital cameras."
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