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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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Last-gen nVidia bargains flood market

Following one reseller’s announcement last week of a final load of GTX580 cards at £137, it now seems that prices are being cut on a much broader range of older nVidia cards. KFA2 is getting in on the act with Overclockers, so KitGuru has a finger poised over the ‘Print …

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SanDisk gets aggressive on USB Pen Drives

The bloodbath that was the SSD price war of 2012, was driven in large part by the arrival of SanDisk. While the company might occupy the expensive/high end when it comes to extreme memory cards for digital SLR cameras, it seems SanDisk is no shrinking violet when looking to taking …

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nVidia 655Ti rushed out to battle 7790

In life, people walk in a lot of different directions. It’s often said that a leader without followers is just a bloke taking a walk. You know you’re leading when you look over your shoulder and find that the next person is right behind you – taking the same steps/turns …

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ADATA gets A-ggressive with A price

At KitGuru, our love of a bargain is matched only by our love of alliteration. When we saw the ‘A’ rated deal from AData on portable drives, we could not resist. Either. So what’s on offer and for how much?  KitGuru checks out the latest in desirable drive deals. While …

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OCZ dives deep to offer 240GB Vertex at £89

It’s a bit like tasting porridge. For a desktop user, 60GB is not right and even though a 120GB boot drive can give you joy – it’s not quite perfect. The size that makes you lick the bowl clean and head upstairs to test the beds is definitely 240GB. OCZ …

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OcUK makes serious price move on Antec chassis

Sometimes you get a serious bargain because a product is end of life. Other times because it has just launched. Then there are the times when neither of these conditions has been met – but the bargain is there none the less. KitGuru has come across an OcUK offer that’s …

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Play.com looks to empty its warehouses – bargain city?

All businesses have sales. The periodic colonic that flushes out old stock and brings in a nice wad of cash to fund future purchases. Inboxes around the world are filled with announcements for these every day but, honestly, most of them aren’t for a business as big and successful as Japanese retail …

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nVidia slashes prices to help welcome Radeon 7970

There are few things in the universe funnier, than watching a couple of multi-billion dollar giants clubbing each other around the head with product launches, marketing schemes and price reductions. It not only provides entertainment, it also keeps the market healthy. KitGuru’s done a little price comparison, following the launch …

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Play.com clears house

The bigger resellers move such a huge quantity of kit, that their warehousing operations look more like production centres for jumbo jets. Periodically, they need to ‘flush the system’ in order to keep things healthy. Right now, that’s what Play.com is doing. On a jumbo scale. Delivering anything from A …

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