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MSI break Z97 silence with upcoming motherboard deals

While their competitors have been very actively promoting upcoming motherboards, MSI have been keeping really quiet about what they have planned for the coming weeks. When companies like MSI go quiet, we always wonder what they have up their sleeve. Well we have some news from the MSI camp which will get many of you salivating!

When MSI release their new motherboards they will be starting two big promotions to go alongside the launch.
Promotion 1 will be the MSI Gaming 7 Corsair Cooling Bundle.

1x Corsair Hydro Series H75 Watercooler
1x Corsair Twin Pack AF120 Red LED 120mm Fans

This will be limited to 100 pieces only, split among 4 of MSI’s primary partners – OCUK, SCAN, CCL and eBuyer. They are giving away a free H75 watercooler and a free AF120 Red LED Twin Pack, worth £80. This will be available very soon, but we can’t give anymore details right now. If you are jumping on a new motherboard soon then we recommend you bookmark your etailer of choice and check every morning for the news.

Promotion 2 will be the MSI Gaming 5 20% Cashback Offer.

This promotion is starting May 12th and will finish May 31st. The end user will essentially get back VAT charges – meaning they will get a GAMING 5 board for a bargain price. End users will be able to get this deal from MSI’s key partners OCUK, SCAN, Ebuyer, CCL, ARIA, Box, Novatech and DABS.

Also worth pointing out, that while we can’t go into any more details right now, KitGuru will have a review of this board published in the very near future.

MSI are keeping tight lipped about everything else, including the prices – Its an MSI ‘Tease-Fest’ lately, but we think it will be worth the wait.

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Kitguru says: MSI are keen to offer deals to their loyal customers who adopt the new boards first.

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