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Cases & Cooling | 28th March 2007
Today i will be looking at a case from Spire Cooling, designed by the infamous Italian design firm.
Cases & Cooling | 23rd March 2007
Silverstone make great cases and particularly nice looking media/HTPC cases. We take a look at the Grandia GD01.
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Matthew Fogg | 5th September 2006
Shuttle release Core 2 Duo SFF computer
Llwyd Johnson | 2nd September 2006
ThermalTake - Official Hardware Supplier Of WCG 2006
Cases & Cooling | 16th February 2007
Laptops can be very uncomfortable when you actually have them on your lap. We take a look at Vantec's solution to the problem of an over-warm groin area
Cases & Cooling | 14th February 2007
Presently, we are seeing more and more passive heatpipe cooling systems being implimented on motherboards. Noctua have released their own aftermarket chipset cooling solution, the NC-U6...but can it stand the heat?
Cases & Cooling | 9th February 2007
Thermalright has been somewhat of a favourite here at OC3D so when we saw the HR-05 we immediately realised that we had to take a look. Will it live up to expectations?
Cases & Cooling | 18th January 2007
Do you value a silent cooling solution for your PC? Let's see if the Noctua's NF Series 120mm and 80mm cooling fans can produce the goods.
Cases & Cooling | 15th January 2007
Silverstone have established themselves as manufacturers of high-quality cases. The TJ09 is a full-tower ATX chassis with some awesome features. Let's take a look...
Derrek Huey | 18th August 2006
Silverstone Makes an Addition to Their Environment-Friendly Line
Matt Kemp | 10th August 2006
This is a quick guide to installing your watercooling parts and getting them water-tight. Not meant as a complete guide, but worth a read if you are going into water-cooling.
James Napier | 22nd June 2006
Silverstone releases LC19 slimline case.
Matt Kemp | 14th April 2006
Silverstone Reveal New High-End Cooler
Matthew Fogg | 13th April 2006
This guide is for the more adventurous case modder looking for that one of a kind custom look about their case. The beauty of annodising is that it's surprisingly easy to achieve an amazing effect, for a remarkably low outlay of cash.