Today we get the opportunity to review the final CPU Cooler in the Thermaltake ISGC Series, the ISGC-400. Supporting the latest and greatest CPU sockets the ISGC-400 boasts a total of six, 6mm copper heatpipes; more than any other in the series. The horizontal heatsink design makes its low profile design perfect for almost any case. Will it outperform the others in the series? Read on further to find out.
Recently I reviewed Ikonik’s flagship case, the Ra X10 Liquid, an aluminum liquid cooled full tower. Today I will be looking at a slightly more basic version of that case, the Ra X10 Sim, which doesn’t have the liquid cooling components, but does have the Sim module, a USB controlled component that gives total control over the 13 case fans. Yes you read that right, 13 fans, the Ra X10 is a very ventilated case. Read on to check out the Ikonik Ra X10 Sim!
You will find iPod speakers everywhere, but which ones actually sound good? With all these brands out there it is hard to know if these speaker sets are even worth getting. Our friends at Eagle, who already sent us their Soundstage speakers, also make an iPod speaker system called the iDock. The iDock features a dedicated subwoofer unlike many iPod speaker systems, so let’s see if it’s worth picking up.
I do a post like this on my personal blog so I decided to do it here on the ThinkComputers blog. Now you will get a little insight on what gets the most traffic on the site and who brings that traffic and maybe a few other stats. It’s summer now so it hard to […]
Chieftec is probably not a company everyone’s heard of, but did you know they do make some quality cases? We got a chance to check out their new Dragon Mid Tower case which comes equipped with a huge 220mm blue LED fan along with three other blue LED fans to illuminate the case and the room. This case not only looks good, but fits most any size hardware. Read on further to see what else this case has in store.