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Mike Cumby of OCZ talks to KitGuru TV

Mike Cumby, UK Country Manager for OCZ spoke with Leo Waldock of KitGuru about the SSD market in 2016. Hot on the heels of CES, OCZ has launched Trion 150 which is a 15nm die shrink of Trion 100. Mike didn’t have a Trion 150 with him as it was …

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Win a PlayStation 4 with Seagate SSHD

In the next-gen console wars, Sony’s PlayStation 4 has been the runaway winner. Only significant recent price drops from competitors have managed to slow the PS/4 down at all. So, given how popular this gaming hub is, how can you make it better? KitGuru has teamed up with storage giant …

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Win 3x 256GB SK hynix Solid State drives!

Having a large SSD capable of delivering data at over 500MB/sec is one of the first ingredients on any KitGuru reader’s shopping list – it is also a fantastic way to turbo charge an older, sluggish system. For all lovers of fast data transfer, SK hynix has teamed up with …

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Xmas PC offers start to roll out before Black Friday

When it comes to the Christmas period, we normally associate it with the season to be jolly. For civilians that may be true but, in the hard fought world of system builders, it’s more a case of desk the halls with guns and ammo. The shoot out for your Xmas …

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Build a PC with KitGuru on YouTube

Everyone loved the video we posted of Kitguru’s step-by-step guide to building your first PC – but we did get a load of requests for one thing. KitGuru has powered up the video processing pipelines to give you what you want. This version of the video resides on YouTube, do …

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Hynix SH920/910A 128GB SSD review

It’s not often that a new manufacturer comes into a mature market, but that’s what we’re seeing in the KitGuru Labs today. SK hynix, one of the world’s largest producers of memory chips, has decided to get serious in the SSD market with the latest SH910A  – almost a year …

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512GB Crucial SSD drops below £145

It seems like only yesterday that we were all happy with a 1TB spinning hard drive. Then the technologies around solid state drives dropped to the point where ‘working 100% on memory’ became viable – at least for the rich and famous. So how much should you spend on the …

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Apple iPhone 6 Photo Exclusive to KitGuru.net

As many of you will know, on 12th July 2012, KitGuru was able to bring you the world’s first photos of the original Apple iPhone 5. We came under immense pressure and within 24 hours the images were gone. Now it’s July 2014 and, two years on, we’re feeling Six-y. …

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Luxa2 TX-200 wireless dual phone charger review

While the whole world seems fixed on the idea of saving energy, we have more electrical devices than ever before. Anyone who’s plugged a 4-way adapter into the end of an extension that was already plugged into a double adapter, knows exactly what we’re talking about. We all need the …

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Win a Sapphire FirePro 5000 card with YOYOTech

To celebrate the launch of AMD’s powerful new W8100 workstation card, YOYOTech has got together with Sapphire to offer professionals the chance to win a FirePro W5000 card worth almost £300! This simple comparison chart has been drawn up by AMD workstation marketing gurus like Glen Matthews, with the specific …

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Wavemaster Moody 2.1 Speakers Review

The overwhelming audio preference among gamers is headsets. The ability to communicate while playing audio at serious volumes provides a tactical advantage without the need for constant complaints from friends and family. In this review, we’re taking on a set of speakers that is one level of ‘out loud’ above …

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Gamdias Hermes gaming keyboard review

If you are in the market for a new gaming keyboard then there are no shortage of products available from companies such as Razer, Steelseries, Roccat and TTeSports. Today we are seeing how new kid on the block Gamdias fares against the competition with their flagship keyboard, The Hermes. With …

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