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 Monday, 28-August-2000  17:31:06 (GMT +10) - by Agg

HardwarePro's have checked out the Altech CM25 slim copper heatsink. Seems to beat the golden orb in the size/performance stakes..

ClubOC have reviewed the P3-800E and attempted to take it to the magic 1GHz.. they also have a little thingy on fan guards.

Morgan sent word that these folks in Japan have pulled apart a G4 Cube for your viewing pleasure..

Dan has reviewed the Epson Stylus Photo 1270 a sexy A3 photo printer. He liked it so much.. he bought it.

GA-Hardware checked out the Hercules/Guillemot GeForce2 MX card..

According to this recent ruling, domains aren't property and therefore can't be stolen. Soo.. you can sell them, and buy them, but if you steal it back from the person you sold it to, you're not really stealing it, because neither of you actually owned it in the first place. Another triumph of the US justice system.

Adrian has a review of the 3DLabs Permedia3 Create!, a professional video card.

FrostyTech reviewed the Gigabyte 60MM7, an i815E integrated mobo, kinda sucky for overclocking.

PCStats checked out some Infineon PC133 SDRAM..

Tweaktown have some more case mods posted in their gallery.

OCAddiction have a reader's home-made HDD cooling .. pretty simple stuff.

Hmm, remind me never to loan any expensive hardware to Tech-Junkie.. zappity zap!

Akiba have some cool stuff, Japanese text but good pics. They note that Maxtor's 80GB HDD is now on sale in Japan. They also have a tiny PC case and the bottom link here is to a very funky-looking twin-fan copper socket cooler..

UKGamer have reviewed the Tweeking Device, a tiny GFD..

Still more to come. :)



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