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Corsair Cooling ICE T30  - PCstats.com Corsair Cooling ICE T30
Sat, May 09 2009 | 11:47PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Corsair are well known for their excellent performance memory, rugged flash drives and in recent times have released a number of award winning PSUs. They have also dabbled in the cooling market previously with the Nautilus 500 which was the easiest water-cooling product to install at the time of release. Things have been quiet on the cooling front since then but it seems that the Corsair engineers have been allowed to have a little fun, the result of which we have for review today. The Corsair Cooling ICE T30 is the most extreme memory cooler available, but just how high will it allow us to push modules, today we find out.
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Sharkoon Rebel9 Pro Economy Mid Tower Chassis - PCstats.com Sharkoon Rebel9 Pro Economy Mid Tower Chassis
Fri, August 06 2010 | 4:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Sharkoon is a company that I have yet to have the opportunity to look at any products from. I have seen the name and caught the news release for the latest submissions to our labs. This will be a three part series of reviews, as all three of the latest submissions of cases play off each other designs, but offer a fully customizable budget entry and a more midrange offering with a couple of fans supplied . Lastly, there will be a more top end model with Aluminum as the big treat. I figured we might as well start at the bottom end and finish the trio with the best offering. The budget chassis of this series offers some nice features, such as tool-less bays and a completely open front bay arrangement, which allows for endless options for drive placement. In the “Economy” model, you still even get wire management options, but there is a complete lack of fans. This will allow for a complete customization of the air flow and noise levels this case will produce."
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