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Friday April 30, 2004

[H]ardNews 1st Edition

ABIT DigiDice:

Need a small form factor PC that has a little room to expand? Check out this ABIT DigiDice review posted at Adrianís Rojak Pot. We have seen some pretty impressive systems, some even water cooled, based on this SFF.

This is definitely a SFF system you can consider if you're planning to get one. Although it is the biggest SFF system I have seen so far, it is really not a bad thing at all. With size, comes space. And I can already see case modders and extreme overclockers looking slyly at the amount of space in the DiGiDice.

Zalman Reserator:

The Zalman Reserator reviewed here is pretty snazzy looking and apparently works fairly well. Some of the complains revolve around the small pump and desk space required, but there is certainly something to be said about a near silent cooling solution.

Zalman claims to have created one of these solutions, a silent watercooling system capable of dissipating enough heat to cope with all modern processors. What they have created in fact is a unique product that is pushed to its limits by technology.