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OCUK now accepts bitcoin

If you’re sitting on a fat stack of bitcoins and don’t quite know whether to head to illicit market places or cash out, then hold your horses, as you can now upgrade your rig and everything about it. Overclockers UK has now started accepting the crypto-currency, letting you buy full …

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Phanteks launch Enthoo Pro Chassis

One of the more unusually named items in the history of computing, there’s no denying that the Phanteks products we’ve seen so far DESERVE to stand out. With today’s launch of the latest version, KitGuru wonders if this specialist engineering and design company can pull it off again? Not only …

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The most gorgeous systems at Multiplay i51 – Part Two

Welcome back hardware lovers. Did we successfully get your juices flowing in Part One?   Good.  We didn’t stop searching for beauty all day long and we were up late last night picking the very best for you. Here’s the second instalment of the Most Gorgeous Systems from Multiplay i51 …

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The most gorgeous systems at Multiplay i51 – Part One

While the event itself is a celebration of pure gaming enjoyment, and most of the 19,000 turnstile clicks over the Bank Holiday weekend will belong to gamers with regular style PCs, there’s no denying that some folks make a lot more effort and boy does their work attract some serious …

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Overclockers unleash 8-Pack and X-Men attack at i51

For any of you who follow comic strips, you know that even if our side is threatened with defeat, there is always a hero or two on standby – ready to avenge the fallen. At Multiplay’s i51 event up at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, Overclockers brought plenty of back-up. …

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Samsung unloads 60Hz 4K TV through OcUK at £499

It had to happen and, finally it’s here: The 4K screen price war is in full effect with the charge being led by Dell and now closely followed up by Samsung. KitGuru scans the Overclockers web site for details and comes back impressed. Over on the Overclockers Forum, Commissario Gibbo …

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Caseking bought by Equistone Partners Europe Limited

One of the year’s most interesting channel moves so far is Equistone’s acquisition of pan-European distributor Caseking. While the value of the deal itself is undisclosed, the move to buy a majority stake in a technology company with revenues around the €100 million mark will certainly get tongues wagging. KitGuru …

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GSkill most popular memory for HWBot overclockers

If you’re an overclocker, enthusiast or system builder and you’re also part of the HWBot community, chances are you use GSkill memory. That won’t apply to everyone of course, but the memory manufacturer has just announced that out of all the brands in use around the world, its one is …

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Multiplay i49 Roundup – booth babes within!

As Multiplay’s largest ever Insomnia LAN draws to a close, we thought we would take a look around and show those of you who weren’t lucky enough to make it this year what you missed out on! Overclockers UK Overclockers UK had a lot of exciting stuff on display, most …

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Diversity is the name of the game at Multiplay i49

Roll the clock back around 10 years and i19 at Newbury Racecourse was largely populated by teenage boys with camping equipment and Antec 900 chassis. At the Telford International Centre for i49 in 2013, the biggest surprise was the make up of the audience. KitGuru presents the photographic evidence that …

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Multiplay i49 builds up to be their biggest gaming event ever

Most people will spend their gaming lives re-enacting the classic Pink Floyd line, “Hanging on in quiet desperation” because it’s the English way. The world’s 3rd largest gaming service provider disagrees. In a BIG way. KitGuru wishes it had brought a very wide angle lens to take it i49. The …

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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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KitGuru visits Multiplay i47

Gamers from across Europe have battled the adverse weather conditions and descended upon the International Centre in Telford for the last i-Series LAN of the year, i47.  This is a smaller event than the summer i-Series (i46 this year).  KitGuru’s reporters were on hand to take a look around. We …

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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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Sleeping Dogs alongside AMD high end cards

There’s nothing that floats a KitGuru’s boat like an intelligent bundle and that’s appealing and does not add to the cost of a product you wanted to buy anyway. nVidia did a great bundle with Lost Planet in the past and it’s something that we try to take into account …

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CaseKing and OcUK get into big events in a big way

With Multiplay’s i46 gaming extravaganza about to kick off in the Telford International Centre, loads of sponsors will be vying for the attention of the thousands of hardcore gamers who attend. KitGuru takes a look at one of the sponsors and their ‘large event’ pedigree. While hands-on gaming stands with …

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