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Lian Li launches the all new PC-B10 Mid-Tower Chassis March 24, 2009, Keelung, Taiwan - Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd has launched the PC-B10 Mid Tower chassis. The all aluminum design features two fans on the front (1x 140mm@900RPM + 1x 120mm@1500RPM) and one rear 120mm@1000RPM extraction fan. The sleek brushed aluminum chassis has a front door with lock which gives access to 5x 5.25” bays for ODD’s. The fans have removable filters which are easily removed and washable. The dimensions stand at 210x440x515mm ( W, H, D). The unique Power supply bracket allows the PSU to be secured using only the tool-less designed clasp ideal to hold the PSU securely. The side panels have foam padding to... Read more...
We have just received word (and images) that Corsair is showing off a brand new, full-tower case at the CeBIT trade show in Hannover, Germany. We do not have all of the details just yet except to say that it should be available sometime in early Q2, and there is no official name for the product at the moment, but we thought you'd all like to check it out in the meantime...    As you can see, the case features a black finish--inside and out. A few other features of the case include four hot swappable external drive bays behind the door on the front, a unique airflow solution with ducting for each separate component (CPU, GPU, HDD), an integrated cable management system, plenty of... Read more...
Element S, New Classic from Thermaltake – Create for Pros! 01 / 2009 - Thermaltake is a well-known brand for producing high performance, premium quality and superior design product and widely recognizable by media around the world. In the beginning of a new 2009, Thermaltake presenting a whole new line of chassis “Element S” as the year featured chassis. The profound appearance and structure design, “Element S” will the most stylist and unique of the year. Element S will first release exclusively in North America, and absolutely fulfills PC professionals demands. Element S is entirely different from the chassis Thermaltake made especially for gamers and enthusiasts in the past. It is masterpiece... Read more...
Lian-Li launches the all new Classic PC-9 Midi Tower Chassis - Classic Innovation 13 October 2008, Keelung, Taiwan – Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd has launched the PC-9 midi-tower incorporating outstanding quality with a clean simple style. Standing at 209 x 435 x 488mm (W,H,D), with removable front panel around front bezels consisting of 5x 5.25” bays which can support all your ODD needs, while the lower part of the front bezel has an integrated HDD Hot swappable SATA cage with a front facing securely lockable door. The HDD Cage is ventilated uniquely from the sides of the case and exemplifies the innovation and attention to detail present in every chassis made by Lian Li. The HDD Cage houses 4x... Read more...
Lian Li launches the PC-7F & PC-60F; Advanced Midi Tower ChassisThe complete solution to your chassis needs 15 July 2008, Keelung, Taiwan – Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd today launches the PC-7F & PC-60F; the newest advanced Midi Tower chassis’ in their aluminum product lineup. These unique clean cut style cases dimensions stand at 215 x 440 x 490mm (W, H, D). They support ATX, and Micro-ATX form factors, with 4x 3.5" drive bays; 7x PCI Expansion Slots, and 5x 5.25” ODD bays. The refined handmade craftsmanship and high quality standards combined with the ultimate attention to detail including filed and folded edges for safety bring Lian Li products into a class of their own. The stylish,... Read more...
There's no question, if you asked us for the name of one manufacturer that started the whole high-end all aluminum chassis revolution, we would offer that Lian-Li is that company.  They've been punching out great designs with that brushed metal look for a very long time now.  Today, something new just came over the wire from Lian-Li that we thought we'd share with you.  A new full tower has arrived...Keelung, Taiwan – Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd has launched the PC-A77 full tower case incorporating outstanding quality with a clean simple style.  Standing at 220mm x 595mm x 590mm (W,H,D), with every part of the front cover decked out in 5.25”... Read more...
Sprint Nextel has begun offering customers a device called a femtocell, for both boosting cellphone reception in the home and routing captured calls over your existing Internet connection. It lets you have unlimited calls at home for a monthly subscriber fee, using your existing cellphone. The femtocell device, called an Airave box, is made by Samsung. "Subscribers who spend $50 on the Airave box can pay an additional monthly fee of $15 - or $30 for a family - to make unlimited calls to anyone on their cellphone at home. The fee comes on top of the regular monthly cellphone bill. Those who simply want improved coverage can just buy the box. "Is there demand... Read more...
I think after the tech-marathon that we all endured last week (IDF, CeBit, GeForce 7900 / 7600 launch, Radeon X1800 GTO launch), some of our colleagues in the on-line press have taken a bit of a breather.  The news isn't flowing with the same regularity this weekend that it normally would. Regardless, we've got a couple of morsels that'll help satiate your hardware jones... The folks at SystemCooling.Com have reviewed a new case from Kingwin, the SK-523SW mid-tower. Its got a funky looking panel on the front, but a more traditional internal design and layout."Kingwin was founded in 1992 and specialized in CPU coolers and mobile racks. Since then the Kingwin line-up has been expanded to include... Read more...
Hey folks, it's time for us to wrap up Monday's headlines. Goodnight all, enjoy the news! Intel Invests $650 Million In U.S. Manufacturing Site Company to Add 300mm Wafer Capacity at New Mexico Fab SANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct. 24, 2005 – Intel Corporation today announced plans to invest $650 million in the company's existing manufacturing site in New Mexico. The investment will be used to increase the capacity of the 300mm wafer fabrication facilities in Rio Rancho, N.M., called Fab 11X. "Today⬙s announcement signals another important addition to one of Intel's pre-eminent U.S. manufacturing sites, and better positions us to meet customer requirements," said Intel President and CEO... Read more...
XClio GoodPower 500 watt PSU @ Xtreme Resources: "Between the amateur computer user, who will use any power supply unit provided in his pre-assembled system and the hardcore enthusiast who will purchase a power supply unit that costs more than his/her bed, there is another league of users who simply want a strong, good quality power supply unit which will not let them down and keep the system safe while it must not cost an arm and a leg. In the so called 'middle stream' market, there are many companies and many products to choose from. Yet a new product comes into that market from XClio ( Meridian) to grab a piece of the pie, the GoodPower 500W power supply unit. Boasting strong reliability,... Read more...
As of today, it seems Zotob is still making a fuss, despite it's fairly low rate of infection. Various news stations such as ABC News, CNN, and the New York Times have encountered problems thanks to the little bugger. Microsoft released a patch days before the worm was unleashed, so if your using Windows 2000 and have not patched it... you know. Goodnight folks, enjoy the weekend! Intel Pentium D 840 Dual-Core LGA775 Processor Review @ PCstats "The most obvious new feature of the LGA775 Intel Pentium D 840 processor is its dual-core nature. This 90nm processor uses a pair of Prescott cores running at 16 x 200MHz to bring multi-processing to the desktop in a LGA775 pinless package. The most... Read more...
Hey guys and gals, take some time out to get a coffee and read the news. Yeah, you can read all about Michael Jackson, the war, life on mars... but who cares, GamePC Labs has compared four RAID-5 Solutions! Check back later for more of the good stuff! Shared Storage Drive from Maxtor: First Look at Network Storage Devices @ X-Bit labs "We would like to introduce to you a new shared storage device for small home and office networks, which is intended to simplify data storage and transfer within these networks a lot. Meet the new solution from Maxtor now!" Antec TX640B ATX Mini-Tower Case Review @ Legit Reviews "Over the last month we have looked at some very nice cases from Antec's... Read more...
Hey folks, first things first... Rob has taken the Asus Extreme Radeon AX800XL/2DTV, and puts it up against ATI's Radeon X800XL, and MSI's GeForce NX6800GT. And for you overclocking maniacs, Kingston is auctioning off some rare HyperX modules, and they're doing it for a good cause. Enjoy the news, goodnight folks :) Kingston Auctions Off Rare HyperX for a Good Cause! Here is your chance to get your hands on discontinued Kingston HyperX DDR400 KHX3200 modules while helping those in need. These 2.6V modules were built with coverted Winbond B die, which is no longer manufactured, and have latency timings of 2-2-2-6-1; they provide impressive headroom for system tweaking. You can't buy these modules... Read more...
Good morning everyone!!  It seems as if Mother Nature is making a valiant effort to free the greater Toronto area from his icy shell which arrived over the past few days.  With the sun melting what is hopefully the last ruminant of snow, this boy is itching to break out the mountain bike and hit the trails. In the mean time though, let's see what the good'ol News-Fairy brought in overnight...  NZXT Trinity Full Tower Case @ HardcoreWare "With the basic version carrying an MSRP of just around $70, the Trinity won't have to go to extremes to impress us. It has to look good though, and if you take a look you'll agree that they've at least succeeded in that. However, we found... Read more...
Hey there everyone.  We've got ourselves a relatively quiet morning with just a few items to serve up.  First, there is the Pentium 4 3.73GHz Extreme Edition followed by some 6600GT and 6800 SLI lovin'.  Lastly, there's a look at the Thermaltake Armor VA8000 Case.  For me, it's time to get the weekend started a little early.  I'll catch you back here next week. Intel Pentium 4 3.73GHz Extreme Edition @ Viperlair: "As we've seen in our results, the gap between AMD and Intel in terms of application performance is a lot closer than it used to be, at least when we're talking about $1000 processors. The 3.73GHz Extreme Edition did edge the Athlon FX-55 in most of the... Read more...
What's going on friends?  With a migraine lingering in the back of my head, I am going to cut the banter to a minimum so I can get some more drugs into me.  However, we do have quite the tasty selection of juice on tap this morning.  So, go grab a glass and dive in; here is your AM update...  Wireless Bluetooth Mouse Battle: Microsoft vs. Logitech @ HardcoreWare "If you're looking to add Bluetooth connectivity to your system, why not add a nice wireless mouse at the same time? Both of these products from Logitech and Microsoft do just that.Today we're going to find out which of these two mice is most suitable for different applications; desktop, mobile, and gaming."... Read more...
Good evening all :)  With bedtime closing in fast and my inbox filling up, I think it's time to round the day off with one final news post.  Go grab a warm beverage, toss on some music and settle in; here is your nightcap...  SilverStone Temjin TJ05 ATX Tower Case @ Hardcoreware "Today we're reviewing SilverStone's current flagship ATX tower case - the TJ05. It doesn't have much in the way of exclusive design or fancy features, but based on SilverStone's track record, it should be one of the most solid ATX cases around."  Radeon X700 XT and PRO Review @ Beyond3D "The reduction in die size, in order to get a chip of such a configuration down to the mainstream... Read more...
Good evening friends, NJ here with your nightcap.  I just walked through the door from work, so I am going to cut the banter short.  The smell of fresh pasta and garlic bread is just killing me ;)  Here is your news shot...  Sapphire X600 XT PCI Express Video Card Review @ AMD Zone "The advanced graphics port first showed up long ago after the bottlenecks of the PCI interface were reached by the first graphics cards to fully stress the memory bandwidth of the interface. At the time, there was a lot of hype but no real performance difference between the two but in time the superior AGP interface eventually showed it's worth and became the only interface available for graphics... Read more...
Hey gang, time for your Friday morning news update.  There's a lot going on today, so I will spare you my morning babble since the coffee hasn't kicked in yet.  Enjoy and have a great weekend!  Here it goes... Razer Viper Optical Mouse @ Bjorn3D: "Like a knight looking for his best sword the gamer is also in search of tools to make him the greatest there is. You have the CPU, the monitor, keyboard, and the latest video card....but where is the mouse? Well, Razer may have yet another answer to that question with the Viper optical mouse. How does this thing stack up to the hoardes of mice flooding the market? The people over at CrazyPC have been gracious enough to give me the... Read more...
Good evening brothers and sisters :)  Well, the day has almost come and gone.  With only the gentle hum of my computer to keep me company here the lab, I know bed time is fast approaching.  However, before I crawl between the sheets, there is enough time for one final update for the day.  Here is your Nightcap... SilentTower HeatPipe Cooler Review @ ipKonfig "OK, so now this is a heatsink not often considered by many buyers, but does have some unique characteristics, to say the least. Heatpipe technology has become more popular over the past year, and many have found it effective. And of course the main benefit touted for heatpipe technology is less noise, though use... Read more...
Good evening friends, welcome back to HotHardware :)  Sorry about the later edition of news today, but the info-flow has been moving at a snails pace. Nonetheless, we managed to scrounge up a few tidbits for you to read over.  Here is yours evening shot of juice... NU SBW-242 External Combo Drive Review @ T-Break "Although Nu-Tech is a new name in Optical devices, we have seen some pretty impressive designs by them. In this review we will be taking a look at a very sleek external CDRW and DVD reader combo – codename SBW-242 "24X COMBI Slim". It can talk the talk, but can it walk the walk?" Revision 5.0 of the Desktop Graphics Card Comparison Guide @ rojakpot.com "These... Read more...
Good morning friends, I am glad to see you are back :)  Sorry about the late start this morning, I had to make a quick run to the local computer store for some supplies.  Last night my GF decided she wanted to rearrange the bedroom, and of course the Ethernet cable that was hooked up her computer fell about 3 inches to short.  But, isn't that the way it always is.  Twenty five feet of cable is too short, and fifty feet is overkill.  Since I am too lazy to start crimping my own RJ45's, maybe it is time to step into the world of wireless networking!?!? ;) Opus Technologies MT-200 Mid-Tower Titanium Plated Case @ Extreme Overclocking "The Opus Technologies MT-200 Titanium... Read more...
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