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OCUK launches 8pack Infinity systems

8pack is the new darling at OCUK. With his emasculating physique and impressive overclocking skillset, he's taking the retailer and its customer base by storm. However, his high end systems have also been breaking bank balances and marriages left and right, so Overclockers is now offering something a little more viable with its Infinity line-up.

That said, don't expect to find any of these systems for under two grand, as even the light-mayo version, the Infinite Cube, packs an i7 4770k, twin GTX 780s and a price point in the low thousands.

But enough beating around the bush, here's the specs for each system and their respective price tags:

Infinity Cube – from £2356


CPU: Intel i4770k @ 4.5GHz
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z87X-OC Z87
Memory: TeamGroup Vulcan 8GB @ 2133MHz
Graphics: 2 x GTX 780s
Case: Corsair Carbide 540

Infinity Quasar – from £3692]


CPU: Intel i4770k @ 4.5GHz
Motherboard: Asus Z87 MAXIMUS VI Formulat Z87
Memory: Patriot Viper 16GB @ 2400MHZ
Graphics: 2 x Asus Titans
Case: Corsair Obsidian 750D

Infinity Exclipse – from £3987


CPU: Intel i7 4930K @ 4.3GHz
Motherboard: Asus Rampage IV Extreme x79
Memory: Corsair Vengrance Pro 16GB @ 2133MHz
Graphics: 2 x Gainward Titan
Case: Corsair Obsidian 900D

Each of these cases comes with air-cooling as standard – Alpenfohn K2 Mount Doom CPU cooler – but can be upgraded with a custom CPU and GPU water cooling loop. However if you take that option, expect to add on several hundred pounds to the price (in the case of the Eclipse, more like £1,000).

Other options include the addition of a bigger SSD, secondary storage drive inclusion (or secondary SSD for ridiculous RAID 0 read/write rates), faster build and shipping time, a different OS inclusion – default is Windows 8 64bit – the addition of an optical drive and a longer warranty time; though of course, you'll need to spend a few bucks for each upgrade.

KitGuru Says: Windows 8 seems like an interesting choice for the default operating system, since the general consensus is that it's not the greatest. Even 8pack himself used a 64bit version of Windows 7 for his most recent benchmarking records. 

That aside though, these systems are pretty epic, even if they are supposed to scale back the pricing. They do though. Just check out the 8Pack extreme systems. They START at £6,500 and go all the way up to £9,500 without upgrades. Part of the deal there though is one-on-one building and systems support with 8pack himself. 

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