Items tagged with case

Good afternoon friends, welcome back to Hot Hardware :)  The newswire is humming with activity today.  So, without further delay here is another shot of the juice... PRESS RELEASE -Asetek WaterChill KT03-L20 Entry Kit "The NEW WaterChill™ KT03-L20 Entry Kit is a superb entry-level water cooling kit designed for moderate PC Enthusiasts and Overclockers excited to explore the world of water cooling for the first time – without compromising quality. The WaterChill™ CPU Cooling Entry Kit offers Maximum Cooling Performance & Easy Assembly and has unmatched price competitiveness." Components: • WaterChill™ CPU Cooler (DYO – CPU01/P1) supporting... Read more...
Good evening friends :)  I just finished watching the Unreal 2004 Tech-Demo video.... Oh My...  Now that is a drool worthy movie.  It is a bit large, but seeing what they are able to do with PS 2.0 and 3.0 in the new Engine is well worth the download.  I think Unreal 2004 is going to give the Half-Life 2 and Doom 3 a good run for their money... Intel 915 chipset Technology Preview @ T-Break "The new Intel 915 ICH6 chipset supporting the upcoming Socket 755 is scheduled to debut in about a month's time. Some information about this chipset has been making rounds on the Internet, like the lack of an AGP interface and Win 9X drivers. Today, we try to put together different... Read more...
Good evening my friends :)  Things around the HH labs have extremely hectic today.  With two of our key members on the "injured" list, and the rest busy pounding out the benchmarks, the office has been humming with activity.  Unfortunately, I can not say the same about the news front.  I tell yea; the warm weather arrives, and a news drought occurs ;) VIA EPIA TC-10000 Mini-ITX 12V DC motherboard Review @ Techseekers.net " The VIA EPIA TC-10000 is a uniquely practical little board. Ideal for custom PC mods that are tight on space or use it as a car mp3/divx player since all cars are based on 12V electrical system. The TC-10000 looses little functionality... Read more...
Good evening my friends :)  I am going to keep the banter to a minimum tonight due to family plans.  So, on with the show... NZXT Guardian ATX Case @ Controlled-Insanity PC Mods "There are so many "pre-mod" cases available today, that sometimes it's tough to find one that stands out from the rest. Recently, a very unique case arrived on my doorstep, and this one clearly stands out! Sent over by NZXT, this innovative new case is going to turn a lot of heads. NZXT is fairly new to the market, and the Guardian is their first product, so let's see what kind of impression it leaves!" Steelpad 4S @ HardwareHounds.com "Everyone has a mouse pad. Well, everyone with... Read more...
Good evening my friends, welcome back :)  As you can see, the dust from constructing our new home is slowly settling to the ground.  But, as BigWop eluded to this AM, we still have a few tricks up our proverbial sleeve.  In the mean time, you will just have to suffer through piles of news and benchmarks... *sigh* such a rough life..... ;) Alpha Novatech S-PAL8952 Pentium4 Heatsink Review @ FrostyTech "It has been nearly two years since FrostyTech last reviewed an Alpha heatsink. That heatsink was the PAL 8942, the predecessor to the S-PAL8952 we are testing in this review. There have been significant advancements in Pentium 4 heatsinks, and the industry has seen the emergence... Read more...
Oh, good you are back :)  We are just getting pounded with news today; so, without further delay here is another shot of juice... PRESS RELEASE - ATi's RADEON™ 9100 PRO IGP MARKHAM, ON – ATI Technologies Inc. (TSX:ATY, NASDAQ:ATYT), today announced the introduction of RADEON™ 9100 PRO IGP, a high performance platform product for both Intel® Pentium® 4 and Celeron® Processors. The official launch of the RADEON 9100 PRO IGP will take place at Gartners System Builder Summit in Barcelona, Spain on May 5, 2004. Launch partners for the event include such industry leaders as Gigabyte, MSI, Sapphire, Shuttle PC, FIC, Jetway and Soyo. In addition to industry leading graphics, RADEON... Read more...
Good afternoon everyone;  Sorry about the lack of news yesterday, but my ISP was down *grumbles*.  Subsequently, we have quite a bit of news for you today.  So, in the interests of time, here is your weekend news...     Steelpad Wire Holder Review @ CreativeMods.com "Today I reviewed a product from Steelpad that is supposed to improve the gaming experience. What this particular product does is hold your mouse wire at an adjustable length to keeping it out of the way. I must say that this product works well, but it doesn't seem practical and it's too expensive. If you money to spend, or want to read up on the latest in high end gaming accessories, this review... Read more...
Good evening friends, welcome back to HH :)  I was driving home from work tonight when I noticed my car could use some gas.  As I approached the unusually empty gas station I happened to look at the price of gas; it had jumped to a record high of $0.84 per/L ($3.18 per/Gallon for you folks in the US).  Considering that I need my car to get to work, I had no choice but pay the outrageous price.  Cost aside, what really burns me is the fact that gas was only $0.74 per/L ($2.80 per/Gallon) when I left for work.  *Shakes Fist* Really, how can gas suddenly become that increasingly more precious over eight hours to warrant an extra $0.10 per/L ($0.38 per/Gallon)?  ARG!!! ... Read more...
Good morning brothers and sisters :)  By taking a quick peek at my inbox, it looks like our local Juice-Fairy was very busy last night.  It is going to take me a little while to sort through this mess of news and spam; so, if you don't mind, we are going to get right down to business :) Cooler Master Hyper 6 P4/K8 Heatsink @ Systemcooling "It's been over two years since Cooler Master introduced their first heat pipe cooler, the HHC-001. In that time, manufacturers have gotten considerably more adept at implementing this technology, and the result is that there are now many effective heat pipe heatsinks on the market. Now, Cooler Master has introduced a new heat pipe cooler to the... Read more...
Welcome back friends :)  Sorry about the late start, I am still feeling under the weather and slept most of the day.  So, before it gets much later, let's get down to business... OCZ PC3500 Enhanced Bandwidth 1GB (512x2) Dual Channel Kit @ TheCrucible.ca "The EB technology is very effective. Overclocking results from these particular PC3500 sticks was very good. Reaching near PC4000 spec without changing the default timings is always a plus. OCZ has definitely built a lot of head room into this kit. The performance at 500Mhz is also the best we have ever seen. Out scoring anything we have tested prior to these. OCZ has a real winner with their enhanced bandwidth memory." 80mm... Read more...
Hey gang.  It looks like this is a sleepy Friday with little happenings in the hardware world.  We've got a few items for you and hopefully more will roll in later.  This will be my last post for a few weeks.  By this time next week I hope to be moving in to my new place in North Carolina.  My focus will be to get up and running as quickly as possible, so I should see you back here in the first week of May.  I'll see ya then! Zalman ZM-RS6F Theatre 6 Real Surround Headphones Review @ myWORLD Hardware: "The Zalman ZM-RS6F Theatre 6 Real Surround Sound headphones was designed with interesting intentions, that is to provide real multichannel audio over headphones.... Read more...
NVIDIA's GeForce FX Ultra A Pre-Production Showcase By - Dave Atlavilla January 27, 2003 The wait for NVIDIA's new GeForce has been almost an eternity it seems.  Since their initial hints at their next generation technology, back in June, there has been much speculation and rumor milling with regards to the specifics of the retail board level product and its forthcoming release to the public.  Also since that time, NVIDIA's arch rival ATi Technologies, has released several  variants of retail product, based on their R300 VPU.  This release of ATi product not only arrived much sooner than NVIDIA's next gen technology, but also delivered a stinging blow to NVIDIA's historic... Read more...
  The CrazyPC Biohazard Case MOD Review Getting Crazy with Lian-Li By, Jeff Bouton July 23, 2002 As with any hobby, there are your avid enthusiasts and there are those who like to take the things to the next level.  We all see this in some shape or form on a daily basis.  Every neighborhood has an old man that is always in his driveway polishing his car.  He is the classic example of a car enthusiast.  Then there are the hot rodders who are always rebuilding, modifying and dressing up their classic old cars.  These are the guys who are taking it to a higher level.  Another example of this can be found in avid movie-goers.  There are some who love to go... Read more...
  The CDI InWin Alaska 3 "Cool Case" Practical? Maybe Not...Worth it? You bet! By, Marco Chiappetta September 20, 2001   It's upgrade time.  Picture yourself browsing all of the best on-line retailers looking for great deals on all of those high-end parts you've been dying for.  Only the best of the best will do  Your new rig will be the pinnacle of performance and functionality.  Your shopping cart is comprised of the most sought after video card, tons of RAM, a huge hard drive, the fastest CPU and the motherboard is an overclocker's dream  The list goes on and on.  But where are you going to house all of this killer hardware?  You didn't... Read more...
  The CDI Alaska Cool-Case Divine Intervention or Invention ?   There are three main problems that you'll need to solve with respect to your next computer case selection, accessibility, looks, and cooling/ventilation.  The folks at Computers Divine told us they have the solution.  They claim the "Alaska Cool-Case" is an answer to your prayers sent from the heavens above. Wow, what an intro.  We thought this sounded a little "over the top" too.  So we decided to get in a little piece of heaven to see what it looked and performed like.  This is the H.H. take on the Alaska Cool Case from CDI. Divine Intervention or just a cool invention? ... Read more...
  On The Case! A look at 4 ATX cases... one of the most important parts of your system!   When is the last time you thought about your system chassis? It was probably when you had to get into it to replace a card or processor. Perhaps it was when you made the jump to ATX from the AT form factor when you bought that cool new Pentium 2 Motherboard. Regardless, you probably didn't give it much consideration beyond how fancy it looked. The fact is, a good case with power supply is one of the most important aspects of your system. It is the foundation on which you build the custom PC of your own unique design.o Slet's take a look at a few options in the ATX case market and hopefully show... Read more...
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