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Taipei trembled with a little earthquake the other night. Many people were busy with their evening activities, and did not even notice the motion. Yet the temblor hit a magnitude of 6.0 at the epicenter in the northeast part of Taiwan, close to the city of Ylan. In Taipei, the seismic activity was ranked at around 3.0.

Computex continued to rock and roll as well. We continued our coverage on the third day of this year's show by taking a look at some storage and multimedia products, as well as some more cases and cooling. After all, there is much more to see at a show like this than just motherboards and video cards.

ACard showed off their expertise with SCSI and other storage solutions. In addition to the typical SCSI to IDE bridging adapters, they also displayed many RAID cards utilizing their own controller. ACard's newest solution utilizes one of their controllers, which controls two iVDR (Information Versatile Disk for Removable usage) cartridges. RAID 1 mirroring as fast as you can plug in the second drive. Information is stored on one drive and as soon as the second in inserted, the new drive is reimaged to the other. All are connected via USB 2.0 to the host system, this is obviously a data backup for SOHO and individual users who want a secure medium - it can withstand shocks up to 90G - but most importantly, one that is extremely easy to use.

Aerocool is known for their cases and cooling accessories, and this year they launched three new products aimed at the enthusiast consumer. Their HT-102 cooler is made with 8 mm tubing for the heat pipes, and bent fins to create a greater surface area. Their new GPU cooler also uses heat pipes, but is a fanless cooling solution. The third of their products is an upgrade of last years' model. It is a front panel display containing temperatures, fan speeds, and clock frequencies. This model differs in that there aren't any buttons to press to control your system's cooling. They developed a Windows based application instead, in which users can change settings right in the BIOS.


This is Zalman's nifty CPU cooler which is rather efficient as dissapating criticism and will soon be elected to Parliament with our best wishes.
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This is the floor of Computex from last year. We were just too lazy to take a picture this year.

Other News: And that about wraps up the filler material for this column, folks. Stay tuned becuase we have yet another column right next door that we have to fill up too! More exciting pulp, coming your way!

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