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  • 20 Questions

    If you just can't get enough of the game 20 questions (and lets face it, who can!) then this website is for you. Now you can play 20 questions online when no one will play with you I was quite impressed with the massive database for this game, someone ha...
  • SlySoft's CloneCD

    It seems as though SlySoft has released a new version of CloneCD that can now handle SafeDisk 3.  This is big news as far as backups go as I have a few games that are SafeDisk 3, and I don't pack $70CDN games to LAN parties.  Head on over to the...
  • Logitech Laser Mouse

    DriverHeaven posts up either a review or a photo gallery of the new Logitech Cordless MX1000 Laser Mouse.  This unit packs 5.8 Megapixel per second processing with an 800dpi sensor.  It has pretty much the same capability as the MX510, but it's ...
  • Get Off Their Case!

    If you are looking for a new case, Viperlair has a rebranded Chieftec on the bench.  What separates this case from other knock-offs is the super slick paint job on the exterior.  Other than that, it's a pretty standard semi-tooless 20" tower.&nb...
  • Cool Products

    Surfing around this morning I saw a couple of nifty products on the web.  One is the upcoming Oakley "Thump" glasses.  These Oakley shades have a built in MP3/WMA/WAV player.  The biggest news about these is that they don't look super ...
  • Samsung ML-2250 Laser Printer

    Bjorn3D has some laser printing goodness from Samsung on the bench today.  The unit they actually have is the ML-2251N, which is a network printer rated at 22 pages per minute.  The unit they were supposed to receive was the ML-2250 - not networ...
  • Leadtek WinFast TV2000 XP Expert TV-tuner

    If you want to use your PC as a HTPC and do a little PVR functions on the side, you will need a TV-Tuner card that supports a little video capturing.  The Leadtek WinFast TV2000 XP series has been around for a while and proven themselves to be a dece...
  • ASUS Goes HSF?

    It seems as though ASUS is starting to market Heatsinks under their own name.  I'm not sure if this is a good idea or not for the motherboard/graphics card giant, but they're doing it anyway.  FrostyTech takes a look at the ASUS Crux P4 XB7N in ...
  • New Member to the BCC Team

    Fujitsu has been hanging around BCC here for quite a while.  He's a friend of mine and has "officially" joined as a news poster.  This will help take some of the load off myself, and I can concentrate on product reviews and site maintenance a li...
  • HEC Windmill 400W PSU

    Rodney is at it again, and this time he takes a look at the HEC Windmill 400W PSU in his latest view review.  The model "Windmill" doesn't really bring to mind a quiet PSU like so many of the competition's "Whisper" and "SilentX" series.  Either...
  • Multiple Mozilla Vulnerabilities

    The only problem with becoming a more popular browser is that people start to realize it may be worth exploiting another browser other than IE.  Secunia has posted some Mozilla/Firefox/Thunderbird Vulnerabilities.  The good news is that everythi...
  • Samsung DVD-P241 Progressive Scan DVD Player

    Extreme Overclocking takes a budget price DVD player from Samsung and puts it to the test.  They overclock it and even treat it to their "waterproof" test.  Unfortunately, it didn't pass that very well.  I'm kidding - the didn't overclock i...
  • ASUS P5AD2 Premium i925X LGA775 Motherboard

    You know that when ASUS makes a board and labels it "Premium" that it's going to be loaded, and cost a bunch of money.  Adrian's Rojak Pot has the board on the bench this time around and check out the performance on this new LGA775 Mobo for Intel Pre...
  • Intel P4 560 (3.6GHz LGA775) Processor

    Shane over at Bjorn3D takes a look at the latest and greatest processor from Intel.  It's labeled as the Pentium 4 560, and it comes clocked at a whopping 3.6GHz.  Unfortunately, Intel has had to lengthen their pipelines even further to get thes...
  • Canada Wins World Cup Of Hockey

    Just thought I'd drop a line to let you know that Canada has emerged victorious in the World Cup of Hockey.  In an exciting game with Finland, we took it 3-2.  Check out a bit of coverage here. ...
  • Crucial Hi-Speed Gizmo! 2.0

    If you need some handy portable storage, your best bet is a flash drive.  These things are small, compact, and can hold a whackload of information.  PyroPort takes a look at the USB2.0 version of Crucial's latest drive over here.  This unit...
  • PolarFLO TT Water Block

    PolarFLO hasn't been around all that long, but they have made a name for themselves with their high-performance and great looking blocks.  Today, Viperlair spends some time with the new TT block which is designed for those processors with a...
  • Knobless Fan Controller

    MadShrimps take a look at a new fan controller that has no knobs.  This unit is controlled from within Windows by a USB connection.  It looks like a good idea, and due to it's use of Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) it can run the fans very slow wit...
  • Windows Security Issues

    It seems as though there has been a whole new round of Security Updates for your Windows machines.  These are not only for Windows XP, but also for Windows XP 64-bit, Office 2003, Office XP and Internet Explorer 6.  If you are using any of ...
  • ASUS PEG Link Mode & NVIDIA

    Adrian takes a look at ASUS' PEG Link Mode - which is a new feature listed in the BIOS' of their new i925X and i915P motherboards.  This feature apparently stands for PCI Express Graphics Link Mode and is said to offer some whopping performance incre...