SilverStone NT02 CPU Cooler, Motorola MPx(Tri-band). and more!
Hey folks! After some internet downtime, I'm back on the net and ready to deliver the news. With my cable internet gone, but cable TV still remaining, I fell back to watching the boob tube to ease my boredom, though I had to endure commercial after commercial of Verizon DSL. It wasn't a complete loss though, as I got a few laughs from the irony that I keep wishing for James Earl Jones and Verizon to come to my town and save me from the dark side. Anyway, let's get to it!
"If you're looking for a quality cooler that you can use over several platforms, it's easy to recommend the SilverStone NT02. If coupled with some real thermal paste (Arctic Silver 5) we could probably even expect another degree or two drop in temperature. Considering that this is only the third cooler SilverStone has made, they've made a very good impression over at Overclockers Online. It offers ample performance perfect for any overclocker."
"Gaming headsets are all the rage these days, integrating good drivers for excellent audio reproduction with a microphone for team discussions during heated battles. Today, we take a close look at the new eDimensional AudioFX Force Feedback Gaming Headset, with its unique amplified bass vibrations. Let's see if they really make a difference!"
"In the end, our impressions of the Fatal1ty AA8XE are mixed. On one hand you have the OTES cooling for both mofsets and ram, the attractive colour scheme, and the kick ass surround lighting. On the other hand however, we run into a seeming lack of features on this motherboard."
"The MPx is one of Motorola's interesting offerings this year. This Windows powered mobile phone aims to reduce the need to carry around multiple gadgets by merging the best qualities of a mobile phone with that of a personal digital assistant. Read the review to see how it fared in our use."
"VR-Zone has done a review on the NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GTX and we found that the popular benchmark 3DMark2005 is especially CPU limited when the 7800GTX cards are run in SLI. Full review and more investigation here."