There once was a story about the ASUS K8V and the Athlon64 3200+, and it did of course involve overclocking. On the other side of the fence (as in Intel territory) we find Bjorn3d testing out Biostar's Springdale small form factor system, and Designtechnica testing out Pioneer's DVR-S606.
When it comes to shinny aluminum cases, PCstats is never one to be left behind. Steel is old, and out of fashion, and while I'm still waiting for Titanium to catch on, we'll have to make due with cases like the X-Alien case from Aspire, the Blue X-Gear PC Case, and the Coolmax Aluminum External (HDD case that is.)
The fall must be the time of year when powersupplies are "in season" because I've been seeing powersupply reviews coming out of the wood works. For instance, Systemcooling handle the Aspire ATX-AS500W See-Through Power Supply, which while it looks unique, is probably the worst thing you can do to your computer in terms of EMI. DMOS reviews the SilenX 400W at Devhardware, as short-media.com go on about Budget & Budget Buster PCs. On the monitor front, Envynews test Samsung's monster-sized pivoting 21" LCD monitor, and OnePC test the SyncMaster 173B 17" LCD, also from Samsung.