Good morning everyone, I hope you had a good wknd! =D
BensCustomCases reviews the Zalman
CNPS9500 LED HSF, from what I've seen, this is suppose to be an awesome
cooler. Man I would certainly love one of these HDDs for my notebook. Hardcoreware
looks at two 100GB
7200 RPM HDDs from Hitachi and Seagate. HotHardware reviews the ATi
AIW Radeon X1800 XL which should be an awesome videocard. InsaneTek reviews
Labs Monoblock 6, looks like a pretty basic block but performs well.
Great watercooling is not always limited to Swiftech, Asetek, and Danger
Den. OCLabs makes a great appearance with their latest CPU waterblock. The design
may be simple, but the performance is pretty good.
Finally Legion Hardware reviews the Asus
P5N32-SLI Deluxe and this thing is smoking hot!
Thankfully, the overclocking performance of the P5N32-SLI Deluxe was far
better than that of the previous nForce4 SLI "Intel Edition" motherboard
from ASUS. This is probably mostly due to better motherboard cooling and the
new nForce4 X16 SLI chipset. Although the P5N32-SLI Deluxe overclocking performance
has been greatly improved over its predecessor, the results were still quite
strange. For some unknown reason lowering the clock multiplier did not help
the P5N32-SLI Deluxe achieve a higher FSB. Nevertheless, using the default x18
multiplier of the Pentium 4 660 the processor was able to reach an impressive