Update #2:Diverge let us know HERE that tomorrow, May 24, 2007, PS3 Firmware v1.80 is scheduled to be released ($CE [Register or Login to view links]). Those interested in the proposed features/changes can read all the details via the link. In related PS3 news today, NoxOm has made more progress HERE in scanning his PS3 (EUR) HDD- enjoy Dev'ers!
Found somenthing interesting on COD 3.. Start the Game, then go on Multiplayer after you connect to the network press O (circle) and immediately eject your BD and the you will automatically boot on the Ps3 OS... Don't understand why..
(Work on FW 1.10 US and 1.70)
<A HREF="http://www.ps3news.com/news/HDFury_Final.jpg" target="_blank"></A> Recently we shared a PS3 HDFury Video courtesy of [Register or Login to view links]. Today, as posted on the official Web site [Register or Login to view links] the HD Fury Retail Pics are now available- click on the adjacent thumbnail to enlarge it, and also a picture of the PS3 HDFury Retail Packaging is also available! To quote from their site:
HDFury will be available in 3 editions:
(HDFury Module is the same in any editions only the supplied cable is different, therefor anyone who need the module only can get his hands on any editions)
Cable is ALWAYS optionnal, for example VGA Xtender is supplied in case your display have tiny space and a backpanel, you may need to use the VGA xtender so your back panel can fit back correctly
As many Barco owners already have a source connected to their 5x BNC input, we made a special BARCO edition with a DB9p cable that you can hook up on Port3 of your Barco proj. However the Green edition is also suitable for Barco (on port 5) and any others display with 5x BNC input (for ex: some high end PC monitor have 5x BNC input) The Blue Edition is the most common and standard for HDTV, LCD, CRT, PC screen, any display with a SUB-D HD15 FEMALE input.
The backside of the packaging (see HDFury pictures & packaging section) will represent the different "hooking" way and will be printed accordingly to their color code : RED for Barco, GREEN for Marquee/NEC and BLUE for the standard edition.
Easy to remember: R/G/B
As a bonus, you may like to heard about some of our unveiled features:
- HDFury have a +5v input (ONLY needed if your HDMI cable is over 10 meters !)
- EDID detective feature: HDFury EDID eprom can be reprogrammed by your computer through it's Graphic Card ! (This feature is reserved to professionals)