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NVIDIA's Free Borderlands 2 Promotion

The GeForce Website announces that owners of NVIDIA's new GTX 660 Ti graphics card (see today's hardware revews) or better are entitled to a free copy of Borderlands 2, Gearbox Software's upcoming role-playing shooter sequel. One of the things this will do is enable users to run the game at maximum settings for all sorts of PhysX effects. and this page offers a trailer showing these off.

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51. Re: NVIDIA's Free Borderlands 2 Promotion Aug 17, 2012, 14:20 Creston
Dades wrote on Aug 17, 2012, 13:56:
Creston wrote on Aug 17, 2012, 13:49:
This case is the best I've ever owned. Once you see their solution for cable management, you wonder why no other case manufacturer came up with that (though some may have, I dunno), and you'll never EVER want to go back to a case without it.

Is it different than the Define series? I like Fractal cases but their cable management sucks compared to Corsair. They use cheap rubber grommets that always fall out as you're cabling and the bottom mounted PSU almost blocks off one of the ones needed. I like everything else about them though. Corsair has probably the best cable management setups in the industry but their cooling performance is always a bit iffy despite using large fans. I think their airflow setups are just flawed somehow.

I don't know if there's a difference between th is and the Define. It does use rubber grommets, and I did actually have one fall out. It wasn't too hard to get it back in place, though, and the airflow through the case with all the cables out of the way is fantastic. I once owned a Corsair case long ago that had no cable system whatsoever, so all cables just hung in a big fucking bundle in the middle of the case.

If they've managed to make it better, then kudos to them. It was about time.

Cooling in the Arc is fantastic. Other than my GPU, everything stays right around 30-35 degrees C.

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