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PostPosted: 22.08.2008 08:54 
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Todays computer setups, being those desktops or laptops, emphasize on small dimensions and low weight. Czech blacksmith Sergej wanted to turn this idealogy upside down and created his case from raw steel and iron. As you can imagine the overall weight of over 50 kilograms is a lot to carry to a LAN party but the attention that it will bring is surely worth it!

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:.Creative HS-1200 Wireless X-Fi Gaming Headset @ everythingusb
Creative's wireless take on the world of wireless gaming sound hits a lot of strong spots (weight, comfort, ease of use, surround options with OpenAL), but still needs work in some areas and is not a good general-use replacement. Recommended, but with some caveats.

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Cases & Cooling

:.In Win Metal Suit - GunDam Case @ TechwareLabs
*Stomp*. *Stomp*. Footsteps are heard outside, is it Godzilla? NO, it's the In Win GunDam case!! Today, Artiom shells out his tech knowledge to see if he can bring the infamous Metal Suit GunDam case down to our level.
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Motherboards & Memory

:.DDR3 PC3-16000 Flex II Water Cooled Memory @ Madshrimps
Today we take a look at OCZ latest addition to the Flex series : the Flex II DDR3 kit. As a matter of fact, this is our first DDR3 review in the house - better late than never I suppose - so have a look what DDR3 water cooled at 2Ghz can bring to your doorstep.

:.OCZ DDR2 PC2-9200 Flex II @ neoseeker
The massive heatsinks that double as water coolers add significant heft, and you can pretty much forget about mounting four of these modules on a motherboard - on the other hand, there is sufficient heat sink area that it is doubtfull that actually water cooling the modules will have any significant benefit.

:.J&W RS780UVD-AM2+ mATX @ OCIA
Today I have for review their JW-RS780UVD-AM2+ motherboard. This is a micro ATX board utilizing the AMD 780G chipset, features the latest HT 3.0 and PCIe 2.0, support for DDR2-1066 memory, onboard Radeon 3200 DX10 graphics with 64Mb SidePort memory, and HDMI and HDCP ready.
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Network

:.Introduction to Wireless USB (WUSB) @ Hardware Secrets
Wireless USB (WUSB) products are finally arriving at the market and in this article you will learn more about this technology and see some usage examples.

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Power Supply

:.Thermaltake Power Express 650W VGA PSU @ Rbmods
As video card power demand grows, so do power supply outputs; nowadays it's not uncommon to see a 1000W+ power supply being offered. But what if you already have a decent power supply but just want to add a bit more power for the video cards? Thermaltake, well-known makers of a wide range of computer products, might have the solution in the Thermaltake Power Express 650W VGA Power Supply. This dedicated power supply brings serious amounts of power to your video cards, but is it worth the effort? Read on to find out more.
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:.BFG ES800 @ Virtual-Hideout
BFG has a great power suppy here - not only does it look good, but it does it with performing style. For the duration of the testing, and the subsequent gaming session afterwards, performance remained solid while silence was in full effect. I found no issues with any of the cabling, or the installation of the unit - that was the fault of the unit. Overall, I would have to say that if you're in the market for a PSU at this price point ($219), BFG's ES800 is an excellent choice. While it's lack of support for Tri-SLI is definitely disappointing, it's ability to take a system with two 4870x2 or 9800GX2 cards is admirable.
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Video

:.Sapphire Radeon HD 4870 X2 @ BmR
The Radeon HD 4870 X2 is the latest evolution in graphics cards, and ATI has delivered something bigger than we've ever seen before. Benchmark Reviews is fortunate to test the Sapphire Radeon HD 4870 X2 Dual-RV770 GPU video card 100251SR against a collection of todays hottest video cards available.
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