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MSI reveal Z270 Gaming M7 and M5 NVMe SSD Bundle

MSI reveal Z270 Gaming M7 and M5 NVMe SSD Bundle

MSI reveal Z270 Gaming M7 and M5 NVMe SSD Bundle

MSI reveal Z270 Gaming M7 and M5 NVMe SSD Bundle

 

MSI has revealed their new Z270 Gaming M7 and M5 NVMe SSD Bundle, which gives PC gamers a free Intel 600P M.2 NVMe SSD with select motherboards while stocks last. 

This SSD typically costs £90-100, making this deal a complete steal. This offer is redeemable directly from MSI on this website, with any purchases of a Z270 Gaming M7 or a Z270 Gaming M5 motherboard. 

This offer is valid in Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Czech Republic, Germany, Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Poland, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine, and will be available while MSI's stocks of Intel 600p SSDs last.   

 

Equipped with the powerful next-generation Intel Kaby Lake chipset, MSI presents the whole new enthusiast gaming series of motherboard and surprises you with the grand giveaway Intel SSD 600P bundle. MSI GAMING motherboards offer the best of the best in storage options & performance. Instantly load your favourite games and always be the first on the battlefield with MSI.

 

MSI reveal Z270 Gaming M7 and M5 NVMe SSD Bundle  

Full details on MSI's redemption process and this offer's terms and conditions can be found here. 

 

You can join the discussion on MSI's Z270 Gaming NVMe SSD bundle on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

05-01-2017, 14:48:24

Greenback
You missed the UK from your list of countries for the SSDQuote

05-01-2017, 15:42:11

fullerphoto
I see the login and registration is currently down due to maintenance. Epic start considering I was about to splash out on their flagship motherboard. MSI's website is almost impossible to navigate at the best of times.Quote

06-01-2017, 05:22:16

MSIRawZ
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Originally Posted by fullerphoto View Post
I see the login and registration is currently down due to maintenance. Epic start considering I was about to splash out on their flagship motherboard. MSI's website is almost impossible to navigate at the best of times.
It's back up again now. We had to update some images that's all.Quote

06-01-2017, 06:00:58

Lyca50
I know you've been busy Tom, but is there any chance of a review on these 2 boards?Quote

06-01-2017, 07:41:04

Greenback
Why so few rear usb ports of these boardsQuote
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