Brown Int. V8 Heatsink

Oct 29th, 2001 | By | Category: Reviews
Weird looking heatsinks … Do you really believe you’ve seen all of them? Think again folks, because here comes the V8 heatsink. It’s not an engine of some kind, but a brandnew heatsink from Brown Int. Let’s take this one for a testdrive …

HQ45 Case Modding

Oct 22nd, 2001 | By | Category: Reviews
Everyone who has the necessary $$$ can buy a nice premodded case from various online stores from all over the globe. But where’s the fun in buying such a case when you can make one of your own? Today, O will show you how to mod a cheap AOpen HQ45 case. Windows kits and neon lights … here we come!

Lian Li PC626 Server Case

Oct 20th, 2001 | By | Category: Reviews
Today Overclockers Online brings you a review of one very large aluminium computer housing loaded with features: coasters, blowholes, hdd racks, … you name it. Add to this the high quality level and you got yourself one hell of a case … Read the review to find out more!

Z4 Waterblock

Oct 17th, 2001 | By | Category: Reviews
A high-end waterblock has arrived people! It goes by the name ‘Z4′, it’s made by one of the big guys when it comes to watercooling and the performance is … well you’ll find out soon enough!

AMD Athlon XP 1700+

Oct 15th, 2001 | By | Category: Reviews
AMD released their new Athlon XP processor, and Overclockers Online has taken it for a spin around the block. How does it perform? Is it really innovating? What can you expect? O² answers all the questions …

VisionTek GeForce 3

Oct 9th, 2001 | By | Category: Reviews
O got a hold of a VisionTek GeForce 3 card, and we have put it through our tests to see how wwell it holds up with the competition. A GeForce 3 could be a very interesting buy, since the new Ti cards will make the pricetag drop … Lets check it out!

IWill KK266plus-R Motherboard

Oct 1st, 2001 | By | Category: Reviews
We know it has been a while since our last IWill motherboard review. Today, we want to change that as we reviewed one of the sweetest KT133A-based mainboards on the market today, the KK266plus-R. Nope, it’s not the fastest SocketA board available, but I’m sure it will please all non-DDR lovers out there …