Radiical Computing Utilise The DD Torture Rack

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 23/01/07
Author: PV5150
Source: Radiical Computing

DD Torture Rack

Australian computer enthusiasts and watercooling guru's Radiical Computing have gotten their 'game on', utilising Danger Den's new Torture Rack in their latest project. Les and Tricia from Radiical Computing are not intending to set blazing overclocking speeds. But, show off the functionality and user friendly approach of the DD Torture Rack, whilst utilising their own manufactured watercooling products.

In all seriousness the main aim here is not to set overclocking records but to demonstrate the ease with which the Torture Rack can be utilized to provide access and stability whilst bench testing. In this instance though we also hope to enjoy quite a bit of water cooling mayhem.

Anyway, I'll let Les and Tricia do the talking

If you're on the lookout for some quality Australian made watercooling gear at very reasonable prices, make sure you drop Radiical an email about any of their range of products. Les and Tricia do ship internationally, and many of their products are already in parts of Europe and the USA.

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22-01-2007, 17:38:19

As a mass mp3 tag editor as like, you insert the whole playlist in one side (copy and paste) then it will edit like a whole album which happens to not be recognised thus not named (track 1, track 2 etc.) as this would help me a lot :D Old cds and crap

22-01-2007, 18:03:00

Second or third thing on Google!

Unfortantly its not free... :( Well its a trial.

Looks pretty good though.. :)

They all seem to be trials.. Maybe you will have to buy one?
Good luck Sam! ;)

22-01-2007, 18:21:08

PP Mguire
I believe you can select a bunch of songs in the media library and edit all of them at once. If not ^^^^ what he said.

22-01-2007, 19:41:36

If you want to do it manually, you can always use iTunes.
That's all I did with some of my really old albums which had all sorts of filenames and no id3 tags.

I setup iTunes to copy everything I import to the itunes library folder. It also renamed the files to the names you set.
Then import the files (drag+drop), select them all and click on "get info" You get a dialog saying about editing multiple files, click yes and just edit the album name etc, clicking the check box to apply to all selected items.

I'm sure there was a program that did ID3 tags from CDDB tho, can't remember if it was a apple thing or windows thing tho, might find it on google.

I bet you don't even use iTunes now I've written a mini-howto tho :)

I've found a few apps for tagging mp3's






22-01-2007, 20:37:56

PP Mguire
Creatives Media Source thing has it too.

22-01-2007, 22:33:47


Creatives Media Source thing has it too.

Sure does!

23-01-2007, 11:02:22

Well i have medisource and I may give that a try ;)

I did try googling but there was so many I didnt know which, thus my asking. Its amazing how many audio tools etc. you can find - theres millions!

May give the mediasource thing a go but I also have itunes (stupid apple update)

Thanks guys

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