New Breathtaking GT5 Shots Unveiled

"Recently released screenshots of Gran Turismo 5 exhibit stunning realism."

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When one thinks of racing games, generally the Gran Turismo series is somewhere around the top of the list.  Recently, the SCEE has been teasing fans with content from the next generation of the series, having released a trailer (seen below) a couple weeks ago.  Now, game site AllGamesBeta has gotten their hands on several more shots for would-be players to drool over.

The Gran Turismo franchise prides itself in providing top-notch simulations of actual car performance and appearance, and if the trailer and screenshots are anything to go by, this latest installment looks to be bringing levels of realism yet unseen in the racing genre.

Gran Turismo 5 was first announced back in 2006 at the E3 convention.  The first trailer was show at last year's conference, with a playable demo hitting the PlayStation Network in December.  The game was initially slated for release in Japan this month, though this ended up getting pushed back to an undisclosed date.  However, the SCEE were quick to assure fans that America and Europe would see a fall release.  

Latest reports have a Sony representative stating at this year's Game Developer's Conference that the game would hit the market in October.

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05-03-2010, 14:32:17


this ones sittin at 3.5 on a crappyish cooler, gettin a true 120 extreme should have been delivered today but i might get it 2moro so i can try and push it even more :) then ill get the other q6600 out the rig and see if i can beat 3.7 with that im pretty sure it will do 3.8 maybe higher :)

Nice! My mate had his Q6600 running at umm I think it was 3.6. Wish I could push my Q8200 to anything near that but oh well :p

05-03-2010, 14:40:41


Nice! My mate had his Q6600 running at umm I think it was 3.6. Wish I could push my Q8200 to anything near that but oh well :p

try and pick yourself up a second hand g0 q6600 like i did mate one cost £75 the other cost me £85 and imagine the fun u could have overclocking :)

05-03-2010, 15:01:41

I wouldnt go as far as saying the q6600 is ancient

mine is still good for me :D

05-03-2010, 15:15:02

yeah me 2 they are still more than what i need and i get no performance problems :)

05-03-2010, 16:01:36

this is nice i did want to upgrade to i5 but couldent aford it this just makes me want to upgrade more now :)

05-03-2010, 19:08:42

i5 will be the next for me then :).

06-03-2010, 06:53:23

This may look like a no-brainer but,the way Intel has binned its Wolfdale chips, such as the E5200 this has a high multiplier because it it crippled in the FSB department. These unlocked chips are likely to have a low QPI/Bus limit therefore needing a very high multi to appeal to enthusiasts. Yes they may well clock to very high speeds if you have ln2 etc, but for the average user a 'normal'chip may yield better performance.

08-03-2010, 18:08:42

My q6600 works like a champ.

08-03-2010, 19:34:46

I am still on a e6850 and they still havent made a CPU that makes me want to run out an upgrade. I remember when the CPU needed to be upgraded every 2 - 3 years to keep up.

09-03-2010, 06:16:37

my i5 750 puts itself at 4ghz quite nicely :) on my evga p55!

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