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Video Review #676: Thermaltake Armor Jr. Case

The Thermaltake Armor Jr. Case is son of the full tower Armor case. It has many of the same features but is a mid-tower case. This is by default an ATX case but there in an optional BTX upgrade kit available. It has many drive bays, lots of ventilation, two 120mm fans, and comes with a tool-less design. Two different colors are available; black or silver, & either with or without a window. While this case is not all aluminum, the front bezel is. This helps keep the cost down but preserves the look. Watch the Video to find out more...


Video Review #681: Cooler Master Centurion 534 Case

The Cooler Master Centurion 534 Case is a budget case, but it has lots of features and looks great. There are five 5.25" & one 3.5" external drive bays, as well as four 3.5" internal drive bays. It has a tool-less design on both the drive bays and the expansion slots, making installation and removal a snap. One 120mm fan is included and an optional one can be added. This is not Stacker quality, although if you are looking for an affordable quality product, check it out. Watch the Video to find out more...


Video Review #685: Thermaltake Eureka Aluminum Case

The Thermaltake Eureka Case looks great with excellent features. It has 5x5.25" and 2x3.5" external drive bays, and 5x3.5" internal drive bays. There is plenty of room to work on the inside and the motherboard tray is removable. The included two 120mm fans provide fantastic air circulation which is crucial. It even fits an extended ATX motherboard. This product has home server written all over it. Watch the Video to find out more...


Video Review #687: HIS X1300 Video Card

The HIS X1300 PCIE 1x Video Card has the technology of the higher end video cards but it doesn't have the performance. This is certainly not a hardcore gamers card in any respect. Even so, it is still excellent for a low-profile Home Theater PC for watching movies or for playing the odd game." Watch the Video to find out more...


Video Review #900: The 900th Video: Bloopers (PART 2 of 2)

In the special edition 900th video are all the bloopers from Video Review 801 to 898. This video is in two parts totaling approximately 30 minutes, so get comfortable and enjoy :) Be sure to let us know which blooper you like the best. Watch the video to find out more.


Video Review #900: The 900th Video: Bloopers (PART 1 of 2)

In the special edition 900th video are all the bloopers from Video Review 801 to 898. This video is in two parts totaling approximately 30 minutes, so get comfortable and enjoy :) Be sure to let us know which blooper you like the best. Watch the video to find out more.

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Video Review #964: HIS HD 4870 512MB GDDR5 Video Card

The Radeon HD 4800 series video cards are currently available in three flavors; the 4850, 4870 and 4870 X2. The single GPU HIS HD 4870 512MB GDDR5 Video Card is based on the RV770 core which is built on the 55 nanometer manufacturing process and has 956 million transistors. The core speed on this product is 750MHz and the 512MB of GDDR5 256 bit memory is 3.6GHz DDR. It comes with 800 stream processing units for vertex, pixel and geometry data, 40 texture units and 16 raster operators. The pixel fill rate is 27 GPixels/sec and the memory bandwidth is 115.2GB/s.


Video Review #965: SilverStone Nightjar 450W Zero dBA Fanless PSU

The NightJar Fanless PSU series is available in two flavors, 300W and 450W. I'll be reviewing the Nightjar 450W Zero dBA Fanless Power Supply (SST-ST45NF) which peaks at 500W and this is more than enough power for a HTPC or a silent gaming build. This PSU uses solid state Capacitors which results in cleaner more reliable power than cheap capacitors found in many other PSUs on the market. The housing is made from thick aluminum and it acts as a heastink since this PSU does have a fan to keep it cool.


Video Review #966: Moneual MonCaso 972 HTPC Case w/ 7" LCD

The Moneual 972 HTPC Case comes with a full featured Microsoft Vista compatible remote control and a large 7" touch screen display. This screen has a 15 to 9 ratio & the recommended resolution is 800x600 and a maximum resolution 1024x768. It's bright, has accurate colors, shape text quality and simply looks amazing. This is the ultimate HTPC case to have! Watch the video to find out more.


Video Review #967: NZXT PP600 & PP800 Power Supplies

The NZXT PP600 & PP800 Power Supplies offer great performance, but the PP800 does outperforms the PP600. The PP600 is a great Power Supply for a mid-range gaming computer build. The PP800 on the other hand is very capable because it's NVIDIA SLI certified. The PP800 if best suited for a high-end gaming rig. If I had my choice I would go with the PP800. Watch the video to find out more.


Video Review #968: Raidmax Icecube SFF Case

The Raidmax Icecube is an affordable all aluminum Small Form Factor Case. It has an attractive design, water cooling holes, removable motherboard tray, removable HDD cages, 120mm fan and lot of front ports. Watch the video to find out more.


Video Review #969: Raidmax Iceberg Case

The Raidmax Iceberg Case is one of the few affordable all aluminum mid-tower cases on the market. It's has great styling, easy open front bezel and side panels, four 120mm fans, and much more. While the four 120mm fans provide excellent cooling they are loud. Also, the four feet are not secured correctly and Raidmax needs to address this problem. Watch the video to find out more.