February 2006

Antec P150

Silence is a virtue, and this Antec case doesn't flap it's jaws.

Quake 4: Better Than a Camera up the Ass!

Raven shows the Doom 3 engine some light, but fails to illuminate more than a faint luster.


Canon EOS 5D

Look into the viewfinder of a consumer-grade digital SLR and you’ll notice a startling difference compared with a film camera and the same lens: Your view is cropped, in much the same way black bars crop a widescreen movie to fit an older TV.

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Arctic Cooling Freezer 64 Pro

If you follow our cooling reviews like a thermal groupie, you’ll recall that so far this year we’ve awarded perfect 10/Kick Ass verdicts to the Cooler Master Hyper 6+ and the Zalman CNPS9500 LED.

Raidmax Glacier

This cooler’s design is reminiscent of Thermalright’s hugely popular XP-120, and it works just as well.

The Movies

The Movies represents a concept so astounding that we didn’t think it could possibly work. Take the fun people-management aspects of The Sims, then use those people to create movies by hiring them as actors, directors, crew members, and even janitors.

Battlefield 2: Special Forces

The new BF2 expansion pack delivers on its promise of making an awesome game even awesomer. That is, if you can put up with the hassles typically associated with the launch of any Battlefield product—some stuff just ain’t right the first few weeks after release.

Boostaroo Revolution Headphone Amp

For many people, portable audio devices such as MP3 players and handheld gaming devices just don’t deliver enough oomph.

Stubbs the Zombie

Killing zombies is one of the staples of the first-person-shooter genre. And quite frankly, we’re a little sick of it.