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Overclockers UK Announces a Full Line of Windows 8 PCs

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Oct 26, 2012.

  1. Cristian_25H

    Cristian_25H News Poster

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    The new range of Windows 8 Edition PCs are now available to buy from Overclockers UK and you can also purchase the full range of Windows 8 software, available with free delivery!

    Windows 8 works seamlessly across all of your devices, from your desktop PC through to your touch screen tablet and it's also slick, quick and highly customisable. Windows 8 is already proving highly popular with Overclockers UK customers, keen to discover new features like an all-new DirectX 11 which delivers even faster, smoother gaming.

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    Get the best out of Windows 8 with an Overclockers UK Windows 8 Edition gaming PC, with options across the whole range to suit all gamers at every budget. When you use your new PC you will be pelased to find that Windows 8 successfully builds on everything that you loved about Windows 7.

    Windows 8 edition PCs from Overclockers UK, have been hand-picked and represent some of their most popular systems, and now Windows 8 is an option available across their full range of PCs, giving customers more choice than ever before!

    Choose from Microsoft Windows 8 Pro Upgrade Edition priced at just £49.99 or the Microsoft Windows 8 Pro Pack Upgrade Pack, also at £49.99. There are also 32 and 64-Bit OEM versions, both priced at £79.99. Whichever version you choose, Overclockers UK have plenty of stock of the new operating system and all are available to order now, plus, customers can currently get free delivery when they use the voucher code "win8freeship".

    Getting hands on with the new Windows 8 is a great way to discover the new operating system for yourself, so from Saturday 27th October, customers are invited into the new Overclockers UK showroom, located in Newcastle-Under-Lyme in Staffordshire, to get hands on and try out the new Windows 8 interface for themselves.

    See the new Windows 8 edition PCs here: http://bit.ly/TbnFXE
    You can learn more about Windows 8 and see it in action here: http://bit.ly/SmAcdS
    You can find out more about the new Overclockers UK shop here: http://bit.ly/ULFuT4
     
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    What? :wtf:
     
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    Where you been? I'm runnin a 74-bit OS right now.
     
  4. NC37

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    Pfft 74 bit, please...96 bit is where its at!!!
     
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    This is your regularly scheduled reminder that you should probably never buy from OCUK due to overpricing. Thank you.
     
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    I find it interesting that Microsoft is late to the party with Windows 8 Pro surface. I think that the price point is something that Microsoft wants to keep from the media on such a crucial launch of a line of new products.
     
  7. overclocker!

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    +1 on that also for the very bad customers service!!!
     
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    After Caseking took over they are somewhat better in both their pricing and customer service. I don't know how much better compared to the previous.

    For example:
    http://www.scan.co.uk/products/inte...gt-s-dmi-650mhz-gpu-8mb-smart-cache-35x-ratio
    http://www.amazon.co_uk/dp/B007X1JM30/?tag=tec053-21
    Intel Core i7 3770K 3.5GHz Socket 1155 8MB Cache.....
    http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=CP-403-IN&groupid=701&catid=6&subcat=567

    At £240, its only £5 off Amazon, and competitively priced compared to most other etailers.
     
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    OMG to fucking to meny win8 newz they need to get banned
     
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    With grammar like that, you should be banned :p

    I don't mind OCUK, they're not as bad these days as they used to be.
     
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    They just need to cut back on all those Win8 news
     
  12. Vancha

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    Aye, they aren't always terrible, but I have yet to find them selling anything at the best price available unless they're the only one selling it. They also have an £8 delivery charge, which usually guarantees you're better off getting it (whatever "it" may be) elsewhere.
     

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