Overclocker Cafe has two things for us today, they look at the awsome
Chieftec Dragon Aluminum case...
The Chieftec Dragon DX-01 Aluminum Case represents the absolute best bang
for the buck available in the high performance case arena. The lightweight aluminum
chassis is only the beginning. Dual intake and exhaust fan mounts, removable
drive racks, the drive rails to allow ease of access of 5.25" devices,
locking bezel and side panels are some of the many reasons this case rates as
high as it does.
Then they bust
out a review on the BFG Asylum GeForce4 Ti4200.
We overclocked our Asylum Ti-4200 using the Coolbits registry
hack. In doing so, we discovered why the BFG seemed to in most every test; barely
edge out the ABIT card. What we expected to find was the core clock speed set
at 250MHz and the memory clock set to 500MHz. What we saw was that the memory
speed of the BFG card was defaulting to 513MHz instead of the expected 500MHz.
This is not enough to get big gains or in a tizzy about but it does explain
the constant 1-2 fps advantage the BFG card has shown so far.