Posted By: Kathy Smith
Date: May 16, 2002
hardware-test.dk: Review of Bluetake USB Dongle - ( Wireless Network )
Quote, Itís not the fastest network-product on the market, but it uses a new exciting technology. Bluetakeís wireless network-products are developed by Ericsson, Intel, 3Com, Nokia, Toshiba and other well-known companies in this business. The technology is based on a short radio-signal that can be used in many connections which makes the synchronization and communication simpler in connection with other products."
hardwarepub.com: Chieftec Scorpio TX-10BLD Entry Level Server Chassis
phlux.co.uk: Creative Inspire 5300 5.1 Review
Quote, "When going through my 12-gigabyte collection of legal MP3s, I found that the main factor making these speakers nice to listen to was my sound card, The Philips Acoustic Edge, which has "QMSS" (basically, each instrument in a 2-channel sound comes out a different speaker). The speakers had some scratchiness on high notes but its low notes were right on target at regular listening volumes. Nonetheless, if you're getting speakers to play music, and you want good sound, these are not your speakers. If you're a casual listener like myself, go for it."
hardwareluxx.com: Geforce 4 MX440 Roundup
Quote, "Is the Geforce 4 MX440 nothing for gamers ? You can read this in magazines and in every online publication, so we tried to find out, if the DirectX7 cards are really not proved for good gaming. The following cards were tested: Leadtek Winfast A170T, Abit Siluro Geforce 4 MX440, Creative Geforce 4 MX440. In the benchmarks, they had to show itīs performance against the cards the gamers desire : A Radeon 8500, a Geforce 4 Ti4600 and a Geforce 3 Ti500 had to show the gap of the Geforce 4 MX-cards to the luxurious versions."
overclockers.com.au: High-End HDD Shootout!
amdmb.com: Water Cooling Equipment and Performance Guide - Pumps
Quote, "What does this mean to me? Many vendors and water cooling users support the use of ridiculously powerful pumps for water cooling systems. They do not recognize (or at least donít openly acknowledge) that virtually all the power consumed by the pump adds heat to the fluid that must be eliminated by the radiator (or other means). It wonít be until our discussion covers fluid properties, radiators, and water blocks that we see the full impact of this statement. For the time being, Iím merely planting a seed of thought. The seed wonít bear fruit until weíve covered those remaining topics. Until then, keep in mind that big pumps can be counter-productive."
hardwareluxx.com: Soyo KT333 Dragon Ultra tested
Quote, "With Onboard-LAN, a good sound and ATA/133 Raid, a normal mainboard is fully featured. Not for Soyo. They put more features on this board as we ever saw on a mainboard, but not only onboard components but also good overclocking features. Of course, with the new KT333 chipset, you might also expect a great performance - but just read our review, we also had some problems with the board." In German.
lowendpc.com: Basilisk II: Solving the Printer Problem
Quote, "Basilisk II lets you emulate a Mac on a PC, but the Mac OS doesn't include drivers for PC printers. This article tells you how to address that shortcoming."
viahardware.com: 10 Board KT333 Chipset Round Up
Quote, "We have posted a 10 motherboard KT333 chipset round up. We cover the features, performance and give you our recommendations for the hottest Athlon motherboards on the market."
teccentral.de: Asus V8460 Ultra Review (Geforce 4 Ti 4600)
phlux.co.uk: Laserbay Review
Quote, "Firstly, the LaserBay is only available in red or blue at the moment, but this may change in the near future, I'm not certain. Another bad point is that the inner casing is a little too flimsy for my liking. It's fine for just having inside your PC, but maybe if you're taking it in your car to the nearest LAN party it could get damaged."
phlux.co.uk: Akasa PaxMate Review
Quote, "There you go. Yes this stuff worked! My PC really annoyed me most of the
time before since I have some of the loudest computer fans available installed
in it (YS-Tech 120mm 135CFM blowhole and suckhole, and a 60mm Delta (which is
drowned by the others). It didn't silence my PC quite obviously, that would just
be silly. What it did do however, was cut off the edge. It 'dampened' out the
high-pitched sounds, which are what made my system sound so prominent, and left
a nice hum. Imagine how a loud background hum is different to someone in the
next room playing music really loud."
phlux.co.uk: Hardware MP3 Player Article
Quote, "I've said a lot about the small height of this case already, but not the other dimensions, so here goes. It's a aluminium box from Maplin (the UK equivalent to Radio Shack) that looks a little like the Lian-Li range of aluminium PC cases. The dimensions are 398x253x51mm. As you can see, this isn't very big in terms of depth and especially height. I chose this case because of it's sheer good looks and the fact that it should fit nicely with any hi-fi system. If anyone wants the Maplin stock code it's KR57M."
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