Cooler Master iGreen 500

Jun 30th, 2006 | By | Category: Reviews
Cooler Master is more known for cooling products, cases and heatsinks. That hasn't stopped them from making a number of other quality products; take the iGreen 500 as one of many examples available.

nMedia Icetank

Jun 28th, 2006 | By | Category: Reviews
CPU cooling is and always will be a hot topic. CPU coolers not only have to remove tremendous amounts of heat but are expected to do so making little noise. nMedia introduces the Icetank CPU cooler that looks promising in both aspects.

EPoX EP-9U1697 GLI

Jun 24th, 2006 | By | Category: Reviews
EPoX has challenged the high-priced competition with it's implementation of ULi's answer to NVIDIA's nForce4 chipset: the M1697 chipset. Can this low-priced alternative perform like the big boys? Read on to find out…

Plextor PX-EH25L NAS

Jun 21st, 2006 | By | Category: Reviews
Network Attached Storage, also known as NAS devices, are all the rage this summer. Everyone has a home network now and these little boxes can do so much more than just store data… at least the Plextor PX-EH25L can.

Patriot Memory 2GB PC2-5300

Jun 19th, 2006 | By | Category: Reviews
Patriot Memory has come along way since their founding days. With each passing month, they continue to impress us with high quality and low cost solutions thatll keep everyone happy.

Foxconn 975X7AA

Jun 13th, 2006 | By | Category: Reviews
Foxconn is becoming a large power house in the motherboard industry for those outside the OEM market. Enthusiast like us are making Foxconn a house hold name and for good reason.

Ultra X2 550W / X-Finity 500W & 600W SLI

Jun 6th, 2006 | By | Category: Reviews
The PC no longer needs just a power supply. It needs a power supply to provide stable, clean power. Ultra has taken the power supply to new levels in looks and performance.

Thermaltake Mozart Media LAB

Jun 1st, 2006 | By | Category: Reviews
HTPC enthusiasts rejoice! Thermaltake has a treat for you today with the Mozart Media LAB. By combining an excellent case with a media kit, Thermaltake just may entrench itself in the HTPC niche market – but to what extent?