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Embryo Zero

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As promised, here is the Embryo Zero Case Mod Project by Antti Hakala. If like to see metal working, high quality photography and innovative modding, this is definitely THE project to see. And remeber to post your comments about the mod to the forum!

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.:Cases & Cooling

:.SilverStone TJ08 mATX Case @ ThinkComputers
SilverStone, a brand known for quality in excellence in their products has added another member to the Temjin family. The TJ08 is a Micro-ATX case that carry's on SilverStone's great quality.
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:.Antec Fusion Media Center Case @ Tweaknews
Antec once again has delivered a knockout product, and one that I'm very pleased with. Sure, there's a few little problems here and there, but nothing that diminishes the overall design of the case. While the insides are tight, there's room for everything a small media center will need, and everything fits properly, without any fiddling.
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:.ThermalRight SI-128 @ driverheaven
Today we will take a look at a massive cooling body designed to keep the Core 2 Duo processors cool, the SI-128. The SI-128 is the natural evolution of the SI-120, which was a great cooler for both Athlon 64 and early socket 775 processors. Its basic design is the same, but the size of the heat dissipation area is much larger.
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:.Zalman Reserator 2 @ hi-techreviews
The Reserator 2 water cooling system that we are reviewing today may be the closest you can get to absolute silence in a PC setup. Since the unit has no fans and has a submersible pump built into the unit, what sound it does make is barely audible.
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.:CPU

:.Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 @ Digit-Life
Our today's processor is interesting by itself, as its the first representative of Intel Core 2 Duo series that we review that has shared L2 cache halved to 2MB. But we'll see how is performs compared to other CPUs. The list of other contestants includes Core 2 Duo E6600, E6700, Athlon 64 X2 4000+, Athlon 64 X2 4800+, and even a "virtual E6300"!"

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.:Motherboards & Memory

:.Foxconn 975X7AB - 8EKRS2H @ Overclockers Online
My opinion is somewhat biased because I am an overclocker, first and foremost. The Foxconn 975X7AB-8EKRS2H is not an overclocker's motherboard... right now. I hinted at it in a couple of sections, with some BIOS work, this motherboard might take off.

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.:Power Supply

:.Zalman Zm600-HP @ Rbmods
Today we got Zalmans latest creation the ZM600-HP on our test bench and we are here to see how well this power supply from the masters of silence can perform!
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.:Storage

:.Toshiba 200GB 2.5" @ techgage
It has been a while since we've seen a capture of the top spot in the mobile storage market, but Toshiba has come along and delivered a 200GB 2.5" drive. What the drive adds in extra storage though, it takes away in speed.

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.:Video

:.Radeon X1950 Pro @ bit-tech
While GeForce 7900 GS is still a great card with a fantastic price point, it seems that ATI has revealed its hand and has come up trumps with four aces. The only way that GeForce 7900 GS is going to compete with Radeon X1950 Pro is for it to receive a price reduction.
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:.Asus EN7600GT SILENT/2DHT/256M @ viperlair
For the gamer on a budget the EN7600GT SILENT/2DHT/256M is an excellent choice, providing excellent gaming performance as well as decent overclocking potential as well. If your quest is for a silent running rig, you just cant get any quieter than a card with zero moving parts that produces no noise what so ever.

:.ATI RADEON X1950 PRO 256MB PCI-E (RV570) @ Digit-Life
RV560/570 GPUs were long expected in the market, but their release was repeatedly delayed. Due to that only one new contestant is entering the ATI vs. NVIDIA tournament today: RADEON X1950 PRO. The second solution will follow in due time, and for now this review will thoroughly describe the RADEON X1950 PRO. And believe me it's worth it.

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