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OC3D @ Insomnia 51 MSI PCSpecialist & Kingston

PC Specialist and Kingston

OC3D @ Insomnia 51 with ASUS

PC Specialist and Kingston

PC Specialist had a monster stand, with some of the coolest kit around and no lack of people queuing up to play. There are loads of systems available from them. Indeed they sell more prebuilt systems than almost anyone else in their segment, and you can customise them too your liking too. Always a bonus. In this modern age we're all sick of being given a Hobson's choice, so customisable systems makes up happy. On the right is the Vanquish X760, built around a Corsair 760T case, with a 4770K and a GTX770. Plenty of juice for anyone's needs. With some Kingston HyperX memory and a HyperX SSD, all the bases are covered. Yay for them choosing Windows 7 too. See Microsoft, we all know Win8 sucks.

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Kingston aren't the largest memory manufacturer without good reason, and all of their products have a consistency and quality that ensures you will never be disappointed. The Hyper X range in particular is outstanding with some very fast speeds available. And, at the end of the day, aren't we all in the endless quest for ever more blistering speed?

How about speed and branding? That suits us. We think these Kingston Fury sticks with the PC Specialist branding are very cool. We already love the Fury heatsink with its eye-catching colour scheme that blends in to almost any rig, so the thought of having some with OC3D branding puts a tilt in our kilt. It's great to see PC Specialist teaming up with Kingston to produce such an unexpectedly cool product.

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Let us know what you think, and maybe what you'd get branded on those Fury sticks, in the OC3D Forums.

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24-04-2014, 05:02:24

maki1001
Hy from Croatia

I have red the article.

i51 is a great event, it is a shame that I live so far so I can't visit. Lots of nice modded hardware and other stuff to see first hand. And as usual Tom has done great yob by visiting and allowing the people who cant come to UK to see some stuff.Quote
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