Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 24 Aug 2010.
Thanks, easy listen as always. Sorry to say I don't think Harry's pleading for a free case is going to draw out any results *_*
Good podcast and a fun listen. Just a quick question - has the Corsair 800D completely passed Bit Tech / CustomPC by? It's never been reviewed and when you were discussing water-cooling cases, it didn't get a mention.
I love it, the highlight of my month I just wish you did them more often...
And Harry didn't sing in this one...
And why the empty 4 minutes on the end?
More singing you say? I'll do requests.
It's not passed us by, we did a preview on the very first sample in the UK ages back on bit-tech, but Corsair was so displeased with what we wrote it had a hissy fit and refused to send one in for review when the retail version of the case went into production.
Thats a shame. Corsair seem to be a bit sensitive? I remember they wouldn't participate in a PSU group test because of some dispute over testing methods?
Another great podcast! I thoroughly enjoy listening to Harry's SSD lectures, I just can't get enough of learning about SSD's .
You guys have great timing. Just in time for my flight tomorrow.
wow, corsair need a kick up the backside in all honesty
"As ever, we've made sue to diss the GeForce GTX 465, and there's a special prize to win courtesy of Gigabyte. Oooo!"
Yush this i'm going to listen to whilst in the showa
With all the talk about USB3, I've got a question for you:
Can you upgrade a laptop to USB3? ie with an Express card?
If we get larger and more power hungry 2.5" external drives in the future, they may well need the added power supply from USB3 to work, even if they can use the USB2 data bus to transfet data.
Is such an upgarde possible, or would a USB3 card not provide the same power as a built in USB3 port?
yes you can - USB 3 ExpressCards have been out for a while. Not sure about power, but Google can tell you!
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