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PostPosted: 21.02.2008 02:56 
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Tutorial - Animating Multilayered Engravings

You made a fine engraving but the single color just doesn't work. Perhaps this multilayer technique can make your design snap crackle and pop?! Add more colors and even animate your work!

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.:Cases & Cooling

:.Gigabyte Cyclops @ XSReviews
Most cooler reviews are of products designed for the latest, greatest and usually hottest GPUs. But what if you have an older system, with a once powerful 6600GT or x800? The fan dies or you want to squeeze a few more MHZ in your OC, where do you turn? Well, Gigabyte of all companies have made the Cyclops, which comes with changeable front covers, RAM sinks and a solid aluminium core. Let's see how our 6600GT feels with it attached.
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:.Zalman ZM-NC2000 Notebook Cooler @ techPowerUp
The Zalman NC2000 is a notebook cooler made of a solid aluminum sheet and black plastic bottom. Two fans cool the entire underside of the notebook and can be manually adjusted as well to find the perfect balance between cooling and fan noise.

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.:Input

:.Razer Diamondback 3G @ BurnOutPC
What we are looking at today is their latest mouse, apart from the recently launched special edition boomslang. It's the Razer Diamondback 3g Gaming mouse.
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:.Wacom Bamboo Fun Tablet @ mikhailtech
The Bamboo Fun is a perfect solution for any beginner or intermediate tablet user who is looking to unleash the capabilities in doing some amazing artwork. The Bamboo Fun can take you from just plain writing to a higher level experience that is very difficult to achieve with a standard mouse.

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.:Motherboards & Memory

:.Aeneon XTUNE DDR3-1333 2GB Memory Kit @ OCIA
Rated at 1.5V, these modules certainly run at lower energy consumption than recent DDR2 modules that have been released at 2.0V stock, but as one of the first kits on the market, can it provide the performance we're hoping for?
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:.ASUS P5K-E WiFi-AP @ TheTechLounge
For less than $150, it's priced right where everyone can reach it, and comes with the right amount of flash to nab attention from the rest.
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:.A-Data Vitesta DDR2-800+ Extreme Edition Memory @ ocia
While the relatively new line of Extreme Edition memory products by A-Data still carry the Vitesta model name, the EE modules offer very aggressive timings, more comparable to other manufacturers of high-end performance memory. It is one of these sets of memory sticks I will be taking a look at today, the ADQVD1A16K 2x1GB PC2 6400 Extreme Edition DDR2-800+ Dual Channel Memory Kit.
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:.Asus P5K Pro motherboard @ Rbmods
Even though DDR3 is slowly starting to make it on the market the DDR2 is still mostly used by consumers. For that reason we still have a DDR2 board to review since they perform very well with good ram kits. Asus sent us a sample of their P5K Pro motherboard that we are going to take a look at tonight, we are going to twist and turn this card and also try to boost some extreme experience out of the it so stay tuned for tonights review.
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:.DFI Lanparty LT X38-T2R S775 @ Madshrimps
We take a look at the newest DFI Intel motherboard, based on the X38 chipset, the successor of the high end version of the P35. Can DFI work their magic and produce a tweakers dream X38 board? We find out.

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.:Power Supply

:.Corsair HX620W @ Hardware Secrets
HX620W is a very famous power supply from Corsair and 18 months after we posted our original article on it we decided to re-evaluate this unit to include minor changes Corsair made to it and also to include our load tests.

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.:Storage

:.The 2.5" OCZ Solid State Hard Drive @ ClubOC
Although this one is only 64 gigabytes in size and retails for more than a grand, it was a great opportunity to see what the future of hard drives has in store for us hardware enthusiasts.
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:.OCZ 64GB SATA 2.5" Solid State Drive OCZSSD64GB @ benchmarkreviews
We have tested and used the new OCZ 64GB SATA Solid State Drive OCZSSD64GB, and we're ready with the results.
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.:Video

:.Palit GeForce 8600GT Super+1GB @ techgage
Palit is a relative newcomer to the GPU market in North America, but we are sure to see more of them as months pass. Our first look at a Palit card is courtesy of the 8600GT "Super+1GB". Though equipped with loads of memory, we found that it added little benefit over our 256MB competitor.

:.Soyo Topaz S 24" LCD Monitor @ ASE Labs
SOYO was established around 1999 at the time when computer hardware was easy to list off in your head. Their Dragon series of motherboards were excellent and many enthusiasts employed their boards for computer builds. Today, SOYO is a vastly different company. Gone are the motherboards but SOYO has reinvented itself and now produces displays. They have a partnership with Honeywell for dual branding. Today, we are looking at the Topaz S 24" LCD Widescreen Monitor.
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