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Overclockers react quickly to AMD price drop

Yesterday, KitGuru carried the news that AMD was making some strong price moves. Naturally, these tend to be in dollars, so it’s always nice to see how they translate into local currency before we celebrate too much. Checking the latest postings in their forum, it looks like OcUK were quick …

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Channel prepares to launch MSI Z77 MPower at £179

One of the most successful MSI mainboard ranges of recent times was the Big Bang. While very appealing in terms of pure specification, the boards were priced high and not accessible to everyone. Now MSI’s engineers have taken a step back, pulled out the best features from Big Bang and …

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Overclockers wonder if Prodigy will be firestarter

With its headquarters up in Staffordshire, Overclockers has always been associated with supplying the components that enthusiasts need for custom builds. Now it’s branching more-n-more across to ready-assembled/pre-overclocked systems and to illustrate that fact, it’s today launching the a brand new gaming rig in one of the latest chassis. This …

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Do 480GB SandForce SSDs leave you feeling unsatisfied?

Memory giant Corsair, made its name when it stumbled upon the idea that systems which can use 2 modules of memory (at the same time), would benefit if the memory itself was ‘twinned’ before sale. TwinX was born and Corsair sales went into overdrive. Now ADATA engineers claim to have …

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VTX3D drops 7970 down to £299 plus vat

Against a back drop where even Intel’s profits are down 13% in Q1, the pressure to offer value is on everywhere – and KitGuru readers can benefit from these cuts. Following the drop in 7950 pricing that KitGuru reported last week, we are now seeing substantial movement at the top …

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Gadget Show Live 2012 Coverage

Tech enthusiasts from across the country are flocking to Birmingham this week to attend the Gadget Show Live at the NEC.  Doors opened to the public today but KitGuru was there yesterday on the press day to give you a sneak peak of what you can expect to see! The …

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Silverstone prepares FT03 Mini launch for May

It’s hard not to love Silverstone. Sure there are a lot of companies out there who produce a greater diversity of chassis design – and then sell them in higher quantities – but Silverstone’s quality is impeccable. Technical Marketing guru, Tony Ou, opens up the company’s latest creation for your …

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VTX3D lets Radeon pricing have it with both barrels

While loyal customers of Dabs are being asked for more than £200 for a Radeon HD 7850, eBuyer has its HIS pricing down to around the £190 mark. Interesting, but not really good enough. KitGuru dons a Sherlock costume and goes in search of the Killer Prices. While the GTX680 …

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Overclockers delight with £110 off AMD 8150?

To quote a classic video, “Overclocking is all about getting something you haven’t paid for. It’s dirty and you love it”. While that may be true in almost every case, it’s certainly much more true when the price you do pay gets slashed. KitGuru polishes its scales of justice and …

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World speed record for memory set by ADATA

The speed of a modern CPU is such that the more bandwidth you feed it, the better the results you get. So the question becomes, just how far can modern memory be pushed?  Working in tandem with AMD and one of the world’s top overclockers, ADATA has pushed the boundary …

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