Date: October 5th, 2003
Article by: Roger (Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Cremax
With a few words, we would like to welcome you to the world of Cremax,
a place where the toughness of technology and the sensitivity of design
never depart. Through the years in the storage industry, Cremax Technology
has strived for and brought its success in the most unusual way. With
its product line concentrating on quality RAID components, we have outperformed
our own expectations to become a well-known source that customers have
reserved to use for their storage solutions.
Cremax has always kept its marketing concepts updated to acknowledge
the best solutions for its customers. Thinking from the user's point
of view, we contrive products that our customers can really feel comfortable
using. Moreover, our support team is honored to provide a full range
of services to our customers.
So, you've installed the top of the line CPU and GPU coolers. Hell,
you've even slapped copper heatsinks on your RAM. You've got four 80mm
fans to keep your case cool, and a digidoc fan controller to keep you
up to date on all of the important temperature readings.
Forget something? It's funny how one of the most crucial parts of your
computer is often overlooked. It sits shamefully in the dark, getting
hotter by the minute.
Your hard drive.
Guess what… with drives spinning in excess of 10,000 RPMs, they get
very hot, very fast. Even a 7,200 RPM HDD can generate a lot of heat.
Want to give your HDD a longer lifespan, as well as avoid unnecessary
delays and crashes? Then protect it.
Cremax USA Corporation is devoted to providing you with the best solutions
when it comes to HDD racks. Today I will be reviewing the new ICY DOCK
Bodyguard525 (MB228MGF), which Cremax categorises as a Multi-Function
Transfer Rack. The reason for that, quite simply, is because the ICY
DOCK supports either IDE, SCSI (68Pin), or Serial ATA. How cool is that?
You won't have to trash your HDD rack when you upgrade to a new Serial
ATA speed demon.
That's not all the ICY DOCK has to offer, though. Not by a long shot.