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  • Hitman: Absolution is Official

    For some people, the Hitman games are some of the finest stealth-action games ever made. The only problem is we haven't had a new game in the series for many years, but all that [PRBREAK][/PRBREAK]will change as Agent 47 is back. IO Interactive has just announced Hitman: Absolution, which sees Agent 47 return in an all new adventure.
    According to the developer, the new game sees Agent 47 go on his most dangerous contract to date that sees him travelling a dark and twisted world to get to the bottom of a conspiracy. Hitman: Absolution takes Agent 47 on a personal journey, a first for the series, which promises a familiar yet different adventure for fans of the games.
    Players can expect a cinematic story, a unique art direction, and an original game design that blends classic Hitman mechanics with brand-new ones.
    Hitman: Absolution will launch for the PC, PS3, and Xbox 360. More details will be revealed next month at E3.

  • Σας περισευει καποιο παλιο τροφοδοτικο; Καντε το fan controller!

    To start with I was first thinking about using a linear type of power converting; with the LM338 you have a powerful linear regulator which can regulate 12V down to 7V without a problem. It wouldn't be too hard to build since these regulators demand very little extra components, and since[PRBREAK][/PRBREAK] the circuit is so small in size it would require less time and research for me to get the extreme fan controller done. Downside there is that when using a huge bunch of fans at 7V would set a large voltage drop over the regulator and thus forcing it to heat up quite a lot. Large current drawn will most likely force me to use 3 maybe 4 of those regulators in parallel and thus making the total circuit not only large but also harder to cool down. Plus, more heatsinks and more components to buy so the costs would increase too.
    Read more: http://www.madshrimps.be/articles/article/1000077/Building-a-300W-Fan-Controller-from-an-ATX-PSU/0#ixzz1LwZD4r2J


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