Thermaltake Silent Purepower 410W, AOpen i915a-E, and more!

Hey everyone, I'm back to deliver the rest of the news. For tonight's offerings, we have some mice directed towards the gamer in you, the Sunbeam Chameleon case, and a couple other items. For those of you still interested in my Morrowind water experiment, check the forums later tonight or tomorrow. Goodnight all!

Razer Viper and Razer Diamondback Professional Mice @ X-Bit labs

"Razer Company is known as a designer and manufacturer of the great Boomslang mouse, which was a cherished accessory for most gamers for a long time. Today the company is pushing into the market two new optical solutions, which have every chance to become a hit among professional gamers."

Sunbeam Chameleon @ LAN Addict

"I think Sunbeam has a real winner on its hands with the Chameleon! Not only can you set the col or to your liking, but the four individual LED cannon lights let you focus the lighting exactly where you want it inside of your case. The Chameleon is also a pretty good lighting deal price-wise at $22.99 from, too."

Thermaltake Silent Purepower series 410W PSU review @ XtremeResources

"The old very cheap generic power supply units just will not do anymore for a highly overclocked rig, or a simply power hungry system. Others are simply not satisfied with the old white power supply units and all of their messy cables, looking for a better aesthetic result for their good-looking system."

Intel 915P Shootout : AOpen i915Pa-E @ hardwarezone

"The AOpen i915Pa-E is the mainstream version of the high-end i915Pa-EFRII. Sporting basic functionality, the main difference is the support for more cost effective DDR memory. If you're just getting into the LGA775 scene, this board may be for you"