Posted: 16 Apr 2013 05:00 PM PDT
NVIDIA sends word this evening that they’re launching a new GeForce video card game bundle for the spring timeframe. Their latest bundle, replacing their recently expired $150 February free-to-play bundle, will see 4A Games’ upcoming post-apocalyptic first person shooter Metro: Last Light bundled with the GeForce GTX 660 and above. Last Light is the sequel to 4A Games’ 2010 FPS, Metro: 2033, which was also co-marketed with NVIDIA under their The Way It’s Meant to be Played program.
The Last Light bundle is launching today with the participation of the usual e-tailers and retailers, with participating vendors including coupons with qualifying purchases. Last Light will be released next month – May 14th for North America and May 17th for Europe – so GeForce video card buyers will have to sit tight for about a month before they can get the game. Note that as this offer is only for the GTX 660 and above, it will not be replacing NVIDIA’s $75 free-to-play bundle for the GTX 650 series cards, which remains in effect and runs until the end of the month.
Posted: 16 Apr 2013 08:00 AM PDT
An enclosure built from the ground up for custom liquid cooling loops is actually a fairly rarefied thing. Why wouldn't it be? Building a custom loop is expensive and time consuming, which would make that type of enclosure the very definition of niche. Yet Corsair has come forward with the Obsidian 900D for one big reason: to fill that niche.
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