The computer hardware industry can be a tough one for a manufacturer. Life cycles can be short; pressure is great to always be one step ahead. The impetus for my writing this article started just a few days ago after asetek Inc.’s Andre Sloth Eriksen emailed me and then posted that email in our phase change forum in response to an article written by the Editor in Chief of our site, Frank “Dagooch” concerning the inaccurate temperature readings on the optional front panel display of the nVentiv Mach II. Full article here. Thanks to Digge for informing me that Sweclockers posted these news.