C&C FPS On The Way

"The Command & Conquer series is moving off from its usual genre with "Tiberium""

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C&C FPS On The Way
 
The cover story for the January issue of gaming magazine Game Informer reveals some rather interesting news: the next game in the popular real-time strategy series Command & Conquer will be a squad-based first-person shooter dubbed.
 
Described as Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter meets Battlefield meets Rainbow Six Vegas in the C&C universe, the game is set 11 years after the third Tiberium war with the player controlling Ricardo Vega, a formerly-retired GDI field commander who leads a Rapid Assault and Intercept Deployment (R.A.I.D.) squad.
 
Tiberium executive producer, Chris Plummer, says about the game “Tiberium is our force, it’s our one ring to rule them all, it’s our Matrix.”
 
Will EA's Matrix snare you?
 
 
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13-12-2007, 08:27:58

Raging
I have jump started my psu and measured the rails(albeit with no load) and they are fine,maybe a slight cause for concern is the 3.3v rail@3.47v which is the max atx spec i believe.

I have noticed a high pitched buzz(but it kinda sounds like a steady beep with a bit of buzz its a bit hard to describe) coming from the unit,i also noticed the rear 80mm fan seems dead,it doesnt spin by itself but if you give it a nudge it will spin but very weak
now whether or not this is just the power flowing through,a side effect of jump starting or the makings of a component killer i dont know lol

ideas anyone?
i am thinking of giving hiper a ring and seeing if i can get an rma(i have no receipt tho),anyone have any experience with hipers rma service?

Raging.

13-12-2007, 09:26:16

Mr. Smith
No experience with hiper rma but the unit sounds fooked. Dodgy fan and buzzing = not good

13-12-2007, 10:00:20

Rastalovich
How old is it ?

And is it one of those ones where the fan comes on depending on temps ?

13-12-2007, 10:02:28

Toxcity


And is it one of those ones where the fan comes on depending on temps ?



That is what I was thinking.. maybe the fans kicks in when it figures how much it has plugged in.

13-12-2007, 10:21:55

llwyd
yea fans require above a certain amount of voltage to nudge them over to the next magnet. If it is controlled by a thermistor it may be getting enough voltage to keep it spinning but not enough to start up.... If you get me?

I would say use a cardboard tube to try pinpoint the exact location of the buzzing but that would involve opening the PSU and voiding warranty.

13-12-2007, 11:23:08

Raging

yea fans require above a certain amount of voltage to nudge them over to the next magnet. If it is controlled by a thermistor it may be getting enough voltage to keep it spinning but not enough to start up.... If you get me?

I would say use a cardboard tube to try pinpoint the exact location of the buzzing but that would involve opening the PSU and voiding warranty.



yea i get you,i would have thought it is getting enough volts tho:sleep:
i am just reluctant to plug in my new hardware and i dont have an 80mm fan slim enough to replace the psu one and i dont fancy opening it up anyway...yet

Raging.
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