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Microcool Banchetto 101 Tech-Bench - Microcool Banchetto 101 Tech-Bench
Mon, May 24 2010 | 9:03AM | PermaLink Feedback?
In August of 2008 a new take on a chassis was brought to the world via Microcool; with the main objective of their inception being that they specialize in “designing and developing component heat control products for computers”. Over the years Microcool has released thermal solutions from coolers for chipsets, CPU’s and even offers Thermattach (thermally conductive tape).That in mind, it only makes sense that if Microcool would develop a chassis, they would design the coolest version of all chassis designs, the tech-bench. For those of you who aren’t aware of such a chassis, they are an open air solution that offers ease of access to your components like no other solution. And on top of that, you get some of the best temperatures attainable due to the lack of anything to hold heat near the components. I have seen many concepts of tech-benches; some homemade, some like the Antec Skeleton version, but most are a setup of shelves spaced above each other with the motherboard laying on the top-most layer and all the components getting neatly tucked underneath. Basically, the designing and material choices are only limited by what people can afford, as they can truly be made from just about anything."
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Roccat Kone + gaming mouse - Roccat Kone + gaming mouse
Tue, October 26 2010 | 9:00AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"While there are many firms that come and go in the PC hardware word (Vvikoo being one of them) XSR has always done it's best to represent the new guys as fairly as the more established. While this does give us a warm glow in our bellies it also allows us to watch future high end players grow from a small startup to something massive; Roccat is one such company. Delivering solid products at almost every turn and despite huge delays on certain hardware, they've managed to carve themselves a nice share of the the already heavily populated gaming peripheral market. Today I take a look at their latest mouse, a revamp on what has become a classic. It adds all the new innovations that Roccat has come up with since the rodent's initial outing, as well as updating the sensor to bring it to a rediculous 6000DPI. Ladies and gentleman feast your eyes and palms on the Roccat Kone +, a monster of a mouse with an impressive feature list. "
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