Halo Wars Release Set

"The long-awaited Halo-based RTS is finally on its way"

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Halo Wars Release Set

Six months ago, a 10-page magazine feature for the Halo-based real-time strategy game by Ensemble Studios, proving the game was not simply vaporware.  Now the game's release date has finally been set.  European gamers should be happy to hear that they will be able to get their mitts on a copy before the Americans.

The game will initially go live in Japan and Asia on February 26th, with European gamers being able to get their hands on it the next day.  Halo Wars won't be going live in the Americas until March 3rd.  Halo Wars will follow the seemingly current trend of having Limited Edition as well.  Should you choose to pre-order either version, though, you will gain access to a special Warthog bearing flame decals.

More details can also be found on EuroGamer's Halo Wars page here.

Glad to see the Halo RTS is truly on its way now?

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05-12-2008, 11:12:03

WC Annihilus
"Looking for an affordable full tower for either water or air? Take a look inside to see if the Coolermaster HAF 932 is what your looking for." - by Ham

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CoolerMaster HAF 932 Full Tower

05-12-2008, 11:32:28

monkey7
Okay, let's see what OC3D think about my case :')

EDIT: okay, I read it and I have four comments:
- Good review :) Easy to read, also for non natives, and no grammatical errors as far as I can see.
- In my case (literally), the accessoires box wás attached to the case itself. This was done with one of the regular protected metal wires.
- Have you thought about the 4x120mm fans option in the door?
- Have you thought about replacing those 4x120mm fans with 2x240mm rads? it would be a pain to open the panel, but allows for quite some cooling.

And now that I'm writing about watercooling, does the case fit a rad in the front? I do not have a rad to try :+

05-12-2008, 12:07:54

Molotov
Excellent review, could do with some numbers on CFM of those 230mm's. Look's like a really nice case though :yumyum:

05-12-2008, 12:18:41

Ham


- In my case (literally), the accessoires box wás attached to the case itself. This was done with one of the regular protected metal wires.
- Have you thought about the 4x120mm fans option in the door?
- Have you thought about replacing those 4x120mm fans with 2x240mm rads? it would be a pain to open the panel, but allows for quite some cooling.

And now that I'm writing about watercooling, does the case fit a rad in the front? I do not have a rad to try :+



Good too hear that the accessories box was tied down. I have a feeling that the one I received ha been opened up before, but we report on 'em as they come.

I think the 230mm fan in the panel is all you need there, unless you want to deafen yourself. Mounting rads to the side panel is a pretty terrible idea (imo at least) but I can check to see if 2 240mm rads would fit if you want?

As for the front, stock, no the case wont mount a rad on the 230/120mm mount there. The hard drive bays get in the way and there's only a few more mil than the depth of the fan itself. Of course with modding anything is possible ;).

05-12-2008, 12:43:16

zak4994
Thinking in my head: *Finally the damn forum came up.*
lol this is on my buy list as well.
How low do you predict the price will be in June-July '09?
Gotta get me-self one of those.

05-12-2008, 13:10:11

monkey7
You got a few good points there about the watercooling Ham :) I thought I might just ask an experienced WC user. Pure curiosity as I will be staying on all aftermarket air :)

*can't wait for his hardware to arrive and be installed in to the case*
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