Saints Row IV is getting another new special edition, and it's even grander than before. The Game of the Generation Edition is a collector's item to covet if you're a fan of the franchise's distinctive style, and it's packing a few extra features for Saints Row enthusiasts to drool over. Check out the specifics and a larger image of the goods inside!
Just in time for the holiday season, Nvidia’s rolling out a new promotional GPU in select markets (read: US, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Russia and the Nordic countries). The GeForce GTX 560 Ti With 448 Cores – and yes, that’s its actual name – is built around a toned-down version of the same GF110 GPU that powers the higher-end GTX 570 and GTX 580, rather than the GF114 GPU that the traditional GTX 560 Ti runs on. Its 448 CUDA cores places the promotional GPU squarely between the normal GTX 560 Ti (which has 384 cores) and the GTX 570 (which has 480 cores).
We’ve already reviewed Corsair’s 600T once. We loved the case, but bemoaned the lack of side air intakes. The Special Edition White 600T is virtually the same as the regular edition, with a new paint job and one major tweak: the addition of a side-panel cutout that can be fitted with either an acrylic window or a mesh screen with fan mounts. At 20 inches tall by 10.4 inches wide by 22.7 inches deep, the 600T is not a small case, but once the steel side panels are removed you’re greeted with a vastness that seems bigger inside than out.
You've seen Corsair's Graphite Series 600T mid-tower computer case before, but never like this. The newly available 'Special Edition White Graphite Series 600T' is exactly what it sounds like -- a mostly white version of the original with "other accents rendered in the black of the original 600T for a dramatic look" -- plus a couple of enhancements not revealed in the product's long-winded name.