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Sun Oct 26, 2003 | 8:10P| PermaLink
Today Monster-Hardware has released a review of the RAIDMAX 868WBP Case, which at 70 bucks is suspiciously inexpensive. Of course if you aspire to higher things, the Aspire X-Alien Case could be just what the doctor ordered. Ever looked at your powersupply and said "damn, that little unit isn't chromed enough!" Well if you have, then PCabusers review on the Strider ST360 PSU is just what you are looking for. Tech mods also test out this PSU as the X-Dreamer II Case gets reviewed at AthlonXP.

Tech-PC out of the UK are a site I've never heard of, but that doesn't stop them from testing out the Enermax UC – A07FATR2 (I know, the A07FATR2!!!) in this look at what is essentially a Fan Controller. And you though I was going to say proton-nuclear-accerator! Ugly cases come, and ugly cases go, but when you are trying to sell a case called the "Golden Field 6127u" you just know it is going to look about as cool as rusty old can. 3Dextreme let us all know how tough it is to evaluate a case these days by kicking out two reviews at once, the first on the AOpen H360, and the second on the Chenbro SR-205. At least Dean doesn't try to pretend that a one page review should be any longer than one page. Antec's Minuet Desktop case shows its face at EPIA center, as the VME BioDrive Fingerprint Security USB Flash Drive gets a once over at Extreme MHZ, who say; "The VME BioDrive, available from Meganet Corporation, uses biometric logon authentication combined with Meganet's Virtual Encryption Algorithm to provide the highest level of security."

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