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OCZ announces Core Series V2 SSDs

OCZ announces Core Series V2 SSDs

OCZ has announced brand new Core Series V2 SSDs. The new drives follow the release a little over a month ago of OCZ’s original Core Series SSDs. The new drive have increase read and write speeds and are now available in four different sizes instead of three.

The SSDs are going to be available in 30GB, 60GB, 120GB, and 250GB capacities, and read speeds for the drives have been increased to 170MB per second while write speeds are at 98MB/sec.

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EA refuses to honor warranty in Ireland

EA refuses to honor warranty in Ireland

EA games has reportedly refused to honor a warranty request for an Irish Rock Band customer. The customer who had a faulty pedal for his drum was told that he would have to have a replacement part shipped to a US or UK address if he wanted a replacement.

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NVIDIA ships out beta Open GL 3.0 drivers

NVIDIA ships out beta Open GL 3.0 drivers

NVIDIA has begun shipping out beta Open GL 3.0 graphics drivers. NVIDIA has played a huge role in creating the API for the 3D graphics drivers which got a major library reworking with this release. The beta version is designed to give software developers a look at the new drivers so they can better create software that uses 3.0 to its full potential.

The beta Open GL 3.0 code works on both laptop and desktops and supports GeForce 8000 series cards. The Open GL specification for cards “provides software developers a broad set of programmable 3D and 2D graphics rendering, visualization, and hardware acceleration functions, allowing a program to run on a wide variety of hardware platforms.”

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Wii portable LCD screen

Wii portable LCD screen

The Wii is one gaming system that doesn’t have a portable version available. Now you can take your Wii along with you on your travels with this portable 16:9 screen. The screen attaches to the Wii for game play while you’re on the go.

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Lian Li’s cooling chassis for Xbox 360

Lian Li’s cooling chassis for Xbox 360

If you’ve run into trouble with your Xbox 360 overheating, then the PC-XBO1 chassis from Lian Li may be a great solution for you. The chassis was specifically designed for the X360 and promises to keep your system cool.

The $150 chassis has a 120mm fan to constantly cool your system and promises “silent, vibration-free” gaming as well as keeping your system cool. Putting your Xbox 360 in the chassis will undoubtedly take a little effort, so it’s not a great solution for people who aren’t tech savvy.

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Nintendo disputes Wii hard drive rumors

Nintendo disputes Wii hard drive rumors

After pictures of a so-called Wii hard drive surfaced on the web yesterday morning, Nintendo has gone of the record as saying “We have not announced or revealed any hard drive.” and that talk of a hard drive for the Wii is nothing but “rumor and speculation.”

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Rock Band 2 Bundle release delayed

Rock Band 2 Bundle release delayed

Rumor has it we won’t see Rock Band 2 for the Xbox 360 until October 19th. The game was originally slated to be released on September 14th. The original plan was to release the Rock Band 2 bundle on the 14th, and then the stand-alone game a month later on October 19th.

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PSP-3001 on the way

PSP-3001 on the way

Plans for the new PSP-3001 have been revealed by an FCC filing for the device made by Sony this week. Sony requested confidentiality when filing the papers but we did learn a few tidbits about the device.

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