Microsoft announces game lineup for E3

"Microsoft will be offering “high-definition” content from the upcoming E3 conference through its Xbox Live Marketplace service."

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Microsoft announces game lineup for E3

Microsoft will be offering “high-definition” content from the upcoming E3 conference through its Xbox Live Marketplace service.

The company said that it will be releasing a download of its E3 press conference, which is scheduled to take place at 8:30 PM PST on July, sometime “later” in that week as well as themes, pictures, demos and game trailers.

Covered titles include Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation, Assassin’s Creed, BioShock, Blue Dragon¸ Burnout Paradise, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, FIFA Soccer 08, Guitar Hero III, Lost Odyssey, Madden NFL 08, NCAA Football 08, Need for Speed: ProStreet, Project Gotham Racing 4, The Simpsons Game, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 and WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2008.

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01-07-2007, 20:44:05

PP Mguire
Ok well i want to put that old 450watt Antec SP on my dads machine. When i had it, i thought it might be going out. Its giving a slight squeel sound when i turn the button on (In the back of the PSU). Idk what this is, and it only started doing that a couple of months ago. Also, i put a test system under this PSU (Mobo cpu and 1 120mm fan) and the 12v is putting out 12.34. I know that PSUs over volt a bit so when it takes a load it will be around normal for under load usage. My Ultra has my 12v under 12.16 and drops to 11.99 under load. On the Antec is this 12.34 safe and normal? Or should i not put his system under this PSU.

19-09-2007, 16:39:11

Lord Ward
Seems fine to me.....But don't listen to me!


02-11-2007, 13:18:21

I had the exact same problem with my 450 SP, and I replaced it. It was at 12.4V, not great, but not critical yet. It also made the squealing noise. I replaced it with a 750W unit. Did you overload it in the past?

03-11-2007, 15:17:46

is the noise not coming from the fan?

if so, why not take it out and clean it up - or replace it!

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