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Military case mod
Written by Danrok   
Friday, 01 December 2006 13:05

Booman's been busy working on another snazzy case modification!

Military case mod

Full overview and more photos in the forums, here.

A look at aftermarket chipset cooling
Written by Cadaveca   
Saturday, 18 November 2006 04:27
Running dual video cards, and having weird reboots and freezes? Can you prime95 all day, but not play a game? Might be your chipset overheating!

Cadaveca takes us through the pros and cons of a number of aftermarket cooling solutions for chipsets, an area often dismissed without thought.

Zalman cooler

Scorched Earth Halloween case mod
Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 31 October 2006 13:43

From bit-tech:

We always try to keep things satisfingly different here at bit-tech, and this latest mod from our team is no exception. A couple of months ago, British laptop maker Rock got in touch with me to see if we would be interested in modding up one of the firm's laptops as a showpiece. Obviously, the answer was a resounding 'Where's my Dremel?!' and the modding began.

Read the article here.

Image courtesy of bit-tech

Comment in the forum.

Zippy GSM 6600P power supply hands-on
Written by Super Nade   
Friday, 29 September 2006 11:27

My Zippy GSM-6600P arrived today. I got it from They shipped it promptly and it arrived as promised.This unit is on top of Wolf's list of recommended PSU's. So far I have three of the top five, i.e Zippy, Lite-On and Wintact. Lite-On came out of JonnyGURU's tests in flying colors and the Wintact is a proven performer. What remains to be tested out is the Zippy. I'm going to post a few pictures before sending it off for ATE-Testing.

More photos and details in the forum.

Review: Vantec Lapcool 3
Written by Zinoberrot   
Sunday, 10 September 2006 09:54

While many people may buy a notebook which can be worth more than $2000, plus another $500 for accessories and upgrades for it, they rarely will consider purchasing something vital for a notebook which works for prolonged periods of time: cooling. Of course, the more powerful the notebook, the better effect extra cooling will have. A low range Celeron M or Centrino notebook may have little to benefit from cooling, but powerful gaming notebooks and desktop replacements may actually require it to endure many consecutive hours of working and playing. Vantec offers a very small and simple device, which is fairly well priced as well, designed to lower the temperature of your expensive notebook and expand its lifetime. Its small, thin size and minimal weight can allow it to fit easily inside your notebook’s carrying bag. The name of the product reviewed today is LapCool 3 and we will soon see what it can do for the well-being of your notebook.



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