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Build Part Review- Novatech ATX Case


The Cougar Case from Novatech offers unbelievable value. Its a high build quality case for a low price. The front is covered with a large mesh gill and finished off with two smart looking chrome strips. Located at the top of the fascia is a large round power button set next to a smaller reset switch. Also this is where the two USB ports ,mic and head phone socket are accessible. The case supports either a Micro ATX or ATX motherboard and comes supplied with a rear 80mm cooling fan. The case can be purchased with or with out a 500 WATT PSU from http://www.novatech.co.uk

- Midi Tower
- Black
- Support ATX and Micro-ATX
- Supports upto 4 x 5.25" bays
- Up To 5 x 3.5" bays
- 1 rear 80mm fan (Included)
- 2 x USB 2.0 (front panel)

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Retro blast from the past... Destruction Derby


Destruction Derby on the Play Station - A great game with great graphics - At the time, not now obviously. Destruction Derby was one of the original release games for the PlayStation. It became a bit of a revolution in its day as it had a realistic (ish) damage engine which produced crash effects. Apart from the graphics the game was great fun to play especially with a friend, the bowl, destruction and carnage in 3D - how many cars on the screen!

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Build Part Review- OCZ SSD 60GB


OCZ 60GB Agility 3 SSD is lightning fast, a great little upgrade for a modern low spec Computer. If you've got a PC and want to add a little more speed then the OZC 60GB SSD will help. With 525MB/s read speed and 475MB/s write speed it is fairly quick. It feels solid and available for a great price at most online retailers (£50-£65). Setting this up as the OS drive (C: drive) and then adding a traditional larger hard drive for data will make Windows responsive and you PC fly...


- 2.5" SATA-III 6Gb/s
- Read 525MB/s Write 475MB/s
- 80,000 IOPS
- 3 Year Manufacturer Warranty


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