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PNY Debuts XLR8 OC Graphics Cards and Memory at PAX East 2011

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  1. btarunr

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    PNY Technologies, Inc. ("PNY") will showcase their latest GeForce Graphics Cards, PC Memory, SSDs, and High Speed HDMI Cables at the PAX East 2011 exhibition -- including the all-new OC2 Edition of Graphics Cards and 2000MHz Memory Kit.

    PNY has once again partnered with Newegg.com at the 3-day gaming festival, being held March 11th - 13th at the Boston Convention Center. Visitors to PNY's booth (#251) will be offered the opportunity to take part in free play, live tournaments, contests, prize giveaways, and more. Extreme gamers can check out NVIDIA 3D Vision at its best and test their gaming skills with Call of Duty: Black Ops 3D in PNY's booth. In honor of this 3-day gaming festival, PNY will offer exclusive deals on its wide variety of products on Newegg.com. For a limited time only, consumers can get the best PNY gear at highly discounted prices.

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    PNY will reveal their OC2 Edition of Graphics Cards while on-site at PAX East. Part of PNY's new extended line-up of Overclocked XLR8 (ac·cel·er·ate) GeForce Graphics Cards, these cards feature extreme clock rates, memory, and shader frequency -- without any special cooling required, for an exceptional speed and performance increase. Hardcore gamers and enthusiasts alike can game with confidence with PNY's GTX Series Lifetime Warranty. PNY's inaugural GTX 560 Ti OC2 model is available now for consumers to purchase at Newegg.com or any other PNY e-tailer. Additionally, PNY is launching Overclocked models of the GeForce GTX 580, GTX 570, and GTX 560 Ti in the coming weeks.

    PNY will also have a sneak peak of their soon to be released XLR8 6GB (3 x 2GB) 2000MHz CAS 9 DDR3 OC Memory Kit. PNY's fastest memory kits to date meld together the perfect combination of high-speed, low-latency, and racy aesthetics. Featuring red aluminum heat spreaders, hardware enthusiasts and gamers will appreciate the new look and feel of PNY's latest memory modules, and feel secure with the PNY Lifetime Warranty. This Enthusiast Edition memory upgrade will be available at launch in desktop 6GB and 4GB densities in April, with higher densities scheduled for later this year. Gamers and performance enthusiasts can appreciate this great addition to PNY's PC Memory line-up.

    "We've teamed up with one of our largest e-tail partners to debut two great products: the GTX 560 Ti OC2 and 6GB 2000MHz DDR3," said Nicholas Mauro, senior marketing manager, PC components for PNY. "These newest members to our already robust product line are ideal for consumers looking for high performance products to upgrade their systems into extreme gaming machines. PNY is uniquely positioned to offer both graphic card and memory options, as well as a plethora of other PC related products, and there's no better place than PAX East to reach one of our core demographics."

    For more information on the complete line of products that PNY has to offer, visit www.PNY.com. For the gaming enthusiast, visit PNY's interactive on-line gaming portal at www.XLR8gaming.net.
     
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    I'll have to check them out later today when I go!
     
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    Wow, never realized XLR8 is supposed to be "accelerate" till now...
     
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    Aahh, me neither. Nifty.
     

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