Deus Ex 3 Gets Named?

"Square Enix has filed for a new trademark under the Deus Ex name in North America and Europe."

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Square Enix has recently filed for the trademark of "Deus Ex: Human Revolution" in Europe and North America, leading many to believe this could be the title of Deus Ex 3.  Indeed, this does appear to correspond with the underlying theme depicted in a short teaser trailer found on the game's website containing the quote, "Who we are is but a stepping stone to what we can become."

The third installment in the popular FPS action RPG series by Eidos Montreal was first announced back in May 2007, with the above mentioned teaser trailer also released late that year.  Storyline-wise, the game is a prequel to the first two in the series.  Set in 2027, the player takes on the role of private security officer Adam Jensen who gets involved in a conspiracy surrounding the bio-augmentation company he works for.

Gameplay is strongly centered on the player's actual skill, with the RPG experience/stat element mainly factoring into the types of augmentations and weapons one may use.  Eidos have also implemented a stealth by cover system as well as an auto-heal ability similar to that seen in the Call of Duty games.

Deus Ex 3 is set to be released for PC as well as current-gen consoles.  So far no release date has been announced, but with a possible name now on the blocks, it appears to be looming closer.

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30-01-2010, 09:41:45

IanM
I'm trying to wrap my head around the basics as I'm trying to figure out which CPU & memory to go for.

LGA 1156 uses a base clock of 133.333...Mhz, i5 750 has a bus/core multiplier of 20 so is 2.66Ghz. Is the bus/core multiplier strictly locked at 20, or can it be reduced? i.e. can I configure the system as:
[INDENT]raise the base clock to 166.666...Mhz
+
use bus/core multiplier of 16 for CPU to remain at 2.66Ghz
+
memory at PC3-16000 (2000Mhz)[/INDENT]

This is quite a contrived example, so as an OC it may look a little pointless, but that leads me to my second question: would doing something similar to the above be good for running a quiet system with stock CPU speed some of the time, but leave plenty of headroom to to use Turbo mode while gaming?

30-01-2010, 11:08:30

tinytomlogan
You couldnt change the BCLK like that without overvolting I doubt. Its not as simple as keeping the end GHZ result the same. Plus the mem is linked to the BCLK also by a multi.

30-01-2010, 11:49:28

IanM

You couldnt change the BCLK like that without overvolting I doubt.

Obviously I'm quite ignorant about this, so overvolting where? CPU & integrated memory controller + everything else affected by BCLK, or just the components integrated on the motherboard?

01-02-2010, 18:02:06

PP Mguire
Actually yes you CAN do that. You can leave the core v at stock too. For example, if you get 2000mhz XMP ram it does exactly like your saying. Not only that, but if you turn on speedstep and turbo it raises the multi to 21 and when you have a higher demand task will slightly OC your cpu.

To put bsclk in simple, it is simply FSB if your used to that term from older machines. You raise your FSB you raise everything correct? Well in this case you need to raise your FSB to achieve your 2000mhz ram clock but just lower your cpu multi to achieve stock speed or if you wish a slightly overclocked cpu. Or if your cool and have a really good CPU cooler and airflow you can 1:1 your ram with cpu and have a 4.0ghz cpu and 2000mhz ram. Btw bsclk would have to be 200 to achieve 2000mhz ram.
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