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OverclockersUK launches extreme 8Pack-inspired INFIN8 range

OverclockersUK has announced its brand new 8Pack-inspired INFIN8 range of desktop solutions, collectively worth a whopping £31,000. Of course, OCUK doesn’t skimp on the components, packing custom acrylic pass through plates, dual loop hard pipe water cooling and dual GTX 1080 Tis into the most premium cases on the market. …

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Computex: 8Pack shows off new Orion X PC build

Over at the Asus Republic of Gamers booth at Computex this year, we ran into 8Pack, showing off a stunning new system known as Orion X, featuring brand new Broadwell-E hardware, along with triple GTX 1080s and an impressive liquid cooling set up to boot. In this £18,000 build you …

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OCUK launches 8Pack Asteroid Mini-ITX gaming system

The Overclockers UK 8Pack gaming PC range has an excellent reputation when it comes to monstrous liquid cooled towers but today, OCUK is announcing something new- the 8Pack Asteroid, an all new Mini-ITX system packed with high-performance hardware that has been finely tuned by 8Pack himself. For those who perhaps …

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OCUK now has 8Pack Approved overclocked bundles

Overclocking is always a bit of a gamble, you never know quite how far you’ll be able to push your chip and for someone new, the process could seem almost daunting. However, those looking to build a new rig could cut out that part entirely and opt for a pre-overclocked …

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OcUK ‘8Pack Approved’ kit includes Intel Core [email protected], other hardware

Overclockers UK has unveiled its new “Elite Tier Skylake” “8Pack Approved” hardware bundle that not only lets to build a high-end system at a discount price, but also includes Intel Core i7-6700K “Skylake” processors that are guaranteed to run at increased clock-rates. A lot of people enjoy overclocking. Modern central …

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OcUK cuts price of KFA2 GeForce GTX 980 ‘8Pack Edition’ by 10%

Factory-overclocked graphics adapters offer performance and features that are simply not available on add-in-boards designed by developers of graphics processing units. Unfortunately, graphics cards with extreme clock-rates and high overclocking potential also cost considerably more than adapters based on reference designs. Fortunately, from time to time stores offer great deals on them. Overclockers …

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OCUK Titan Riptide X99 System Review

Intel launched Skylake this week and obviously much of KitGuru’s focus has been on the new architecture and supporting motherboards from partners such as ASUS. But what if you need more processing cores and a gaming system that has greater potential to double up as a personal workstation? Overclockers UK …

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Meet 8Pack – World’s number one comes to London

From 27th May to 1st June, Overclockers.co.uk will be opening a ‘Pop-Up Shop’ in central London, with the chance to meet some of the team, get help with overclocking, see some of the latest kit and win prizes. And then there’s the 8Pack visit. When KitGuru caught up with 8Pack …

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OCUK’s 8Pack retakes lead on 3Dmark record tables

8Pack has done it again guys, breaking through another performance barrier to retake the top spot on the 3Dmark Firestrike record tables for four card configurations and he managed to break new ground for the benchmark, becoming the first to post a 35,000+ score on HWBot. The hardware he used …

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8pack and Hivizman smash 10+ 3Dmark world records

Overclockers’ resident OC master and emasculator 8pack, has once again broken a bunch of world records, with the help of fellow overclocker Hivizman. No wonder the first post about it on the OCUK forums was ‘hey, leave some for the rest of us.’ The record breaking was all part of a …

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Gigabyte Retro OC contest sees two new world records

Gamers may look back on their favourite titles of yesteryear with fondness, but overclockers have a particular affinity for the old benchmarks. Remember the first time you watched your 6800GT breeze through 3Dmark 01 only to watch it stutter in 05? Well Gigabyte does too, which is why it recently …

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