Cooler Master Wavemaster Case, CoolTech Water Cooling Kit, Games X Copy and More
Good afternoon friends, N.J. here with another shot of Juice. Things around the Canadian portion of the HH labs have been extremely hectic over the past few days. With good things brewing at the day job and a GF dealing with a serious case of allergies, I have been stretched fairly thin. However, there is always time to hook up my brothers and sisters with some juice...
"Matt has just wrapped up a sweet review on one of the nicest ATX enclosures I have ever seen, the Cooler Master Wavemaster. This solid aluminum beauty was one of the best case I saw at the Las Vegas Comdex last year. Needless to say I've been wanting one since... Let's take a closer look at this bad boy to see if it really is as good as it looks!"
"Intema is located in Fiorano Modenese Italy. Intema/Cooltech has assembled a very complete kit for water cooling beginners like my self, included in it is everything necessary to have the system up and running in no time. Today we are looking at the Cooltech Modula2 2F12F AMD water cooling kit."
"This is to circumvent the requirement for the original CD in order to play the game. You can have up to 5 different games per virtual CD and you can add as many virtual players as you like. This does take up rotsa space but most hard core gamers (the kind that will buy this software) have HD space to spare. Does it work? Yup."
"For something a little different around this part of the woods, we've compared the latest ATI Catalyst graphics card drivers against the previous 4.5 drivers using a Radeon X800 Pro. ATI claims performance increases in Pixel Shader 2.0 applications as well as when AA and AF is enabled. Let's find out if these claims are true or not!"
Time for me to get back to work friends, I will catch you later :) - Cheers