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Latest Wii/DS 2009 Game Schedule Released

Nintendo have released an updated game release schedule for their Wii console and DS handheld.  Perhaps the more notable entries are for "Punch Out!!" for the Wii set to come May 18th, a continuation of Nintendo's cartoon boxing series, and Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars scheduled for March 17th.  Another game that has caused a bit of hype is "The Conduit," a sci-fi first-person shooter coming out of Sega.  Also seen on the schedule are the usual slew of sports and movie-based games.

Check out the full release schedule list here.

See any games that you are looking forward to?

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24-02-2009, 06:56:46

VonBlade
Palit have released details of their new GTX285 that includes a custom cooling solution and 2GB of RAM.

Read the full article

Mmmm 2GB of RAM.

24-02-2009, 07:12:29

Brooksie
Should be good for high res :D

btw grats on the news job (if you was the one that just got the position :p)

24-02-2009, 07:54:59

Diablo
Hmmmm...I wonder how far 3 285s would lag behind 2 295s...especially with that ram.

24-02-2009, 09:32:02

OmegaStalker
Interesting... this makes the ATI job with the HD4890 harder :p i wonder what the price is for the 2GB version...

24-02-2009, 10:06:11

Rastalovich
Interesting cooler.

I bet it's alot quieter than the reference cooler (as if that would take much), just concerns me that with the blowing onto the card, half 'appears' to seek the rear grill, but perhaps the other half is left to circulate within the pc. At the temps these things kick out, I'm not sure I'd like that.

24-02-2009, 12:38:28

Luigi

Interesting cooler.

I bet it's alot quieter than the reference cooler (as if that would take much), just concerns me that with the blowing onto the card, half 'appears' to seek the rear grill, but perhaps the other half is left to circulate within the pc. At the temps these things kick out, I'm not sure I'd like that.



It would almost certainly blow straight onto your hard disks :(
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