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Overclockers offers free Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan Z SLI upgrade with Battlebox systems

Overclockers offers free Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan Z SLI upgrade with Battlebox systems

Get an additional graphics cards with every Titan Z-based Battlebox system purchase

Exclusively at Overclockers UK: FREE SLI Upgrade when you buy a Battlebox Titan Z Edition or a Battlebox Titan Z Hydro Edition Extreme Systems

Press release: Newcastle-Under-Lyme, August 13th 2014: Overclockers UK are offering a FREE NVIDIA GTX Titan Z SLI Upgrade with their new Battlebox systems as part of the NVIDIA Battlebox range. Introduced today are the Battlebox Titan Z and Battlebox Titan Z Hydro Edition Gaming systems featuring the latest cutting edge technology, built and configured by experts over at Overclockers UK.

Whether your battlefield is a digital wonderland, a rendered warzone or even the world of business, the Battlebox is the perfect weapon. The Titan Z is the pinacle of graphics performance, combining two exceptional GPUs with a monstrous 12GB of VRAM. Just as at home creating games as playing them, the Titan Z is the ultimate, all encompassing graphics card and thanks to Overclockers UK's current, unbelievable offer, you get two of these incredible beasts for the price of one.

The Battlebox Titan Z Edition Extreme System is powered through Intel's latest i7 4970K Devil's Canyon series processor overclocked to 4.6GHz on an Asus Z97 Maximus VII Formula motherboard which is feature rich. Overclockers UK have left the customer in control of choices for memory up to 32GB, choice of primary and secondary hard drive with defaults being a Samsung 256GB 840 Evo and Seagate Barracuda 2TB along with a further option for a tertiary hard drive if the user requires all wrapped in Phantek's Enthoo Pro Mid Tower.

The Battlebox Titan Z Edition Hydro Extreme System offers all the same options as the non-hydro edition but includes watercooling on the CPU enabling even higher overclockers up to 4.7GHz and for the SLI NVIDIA GTX Titan Z graphics cards for even quicker performance.

Producing the beautiful intricate graphics is the NVIDIA GTX Titan Z, a powerful dual GPU graphics card featuring 12GB of VRAM memory, effortlessly rendering and calculating even the most high resolution gaming graphics at extreme FPS. Overclockers UK are topping up the gaming system, giving a FREE NVIDA GTX Titan Z evolving the system into a twin power-house SLI monster, ready to immerse the customer in an experience like never before slicing through 4K resolutions without breaking a sweat.

The experts of Overclockers UK will assemble the system providing the same amount of care, accuracy and love for detail for each and every complete PC. Their high level of know-how and inside knowledge of computers has been praised by demanding customers for years which ensures that computers bought at Overclockers UK are not just out of the box solutions, but rather feature specialities like pre-assembled custom water cooling, perfectly sound-insulated cases or powerful upgrade OC bundles. Featuring neat and precise cable management and every system needing to pass quality control before shipment, Overclockers UK ensure a hassle free experience along with optional warranty and build services. Hitachi Finance plans are also available giving easy to manage payment solutions.

Battlebox Titan Z Edition Specifications:
• Phanteks Enthoo Pro Mid Tower Case with Window
• SLI NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Z 12GB per card (one FREE)
• Intel Core i7 4790K (Devil's Canyon) @ 4.6GHz Overclocked CPU
• Asus Z97 Maximus VII Formula motherboard
• Choice of Memory up to 32GB - default 16GB 2400MHz
• Choice of Solid State drive - default Samsung 256GB 840 Evo Series
• Choice of Secondary Hard Drive - default Seagate Barracuda 2TB
• Choice of Tertiary Hard Drive
• Fast DDR3 memory as 8GB or 16GB kit
• Optional: Microsoft Windows 7 or 8 (64-bit) pre-installed
• Free GRID Auto Sports
• Free Borderlands The Pre-Sequel

Battlebox Titan Z Hydro Edition Specifications:

• Phanteks Enthoo Pro Mid Tower Case with Window
• Watercooled Intel Core i7 4790K (Devil's Canyon) @ 4.7GHz Overclocked CPU
• Asus Z97 Maximus VII Formula motherboard
• Watercooled SLI NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Z 12GB per card (one FREE)
• Choice of Memory up to 32GB - default 16GB 2400MHz
• Choice of Solid State drive - default Samsung 256GB Evo Series
• Choice of Secondary Hard Drive - default Seagate Barracuda 2TB
• Choice of Tertiary Hard Drive
• Fast DDR3 memory as 8GB or 16GB kit
• Optional: Microsoft Windows 7 or 8 (64-bit) pre-installed
• Free GRID Auto Sports
• Free Borderlands The Pre-Sequel


Product Link:
Battlebox Titan Z Edition:
www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=FS-448-OE
Battlebox Titan Z Hydro Edition: www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=FS-449-OE

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greigaitken 14th August 2014, 10:48 Quote
cmon, get more creative for generating revenue.....
thats not an article, just an ad.
spazmochad 14th August 2014, 11:21 Quote
+1
damien c 14th August 2014, 11:25 Quote
So this is a easy way to make some money, pull both the TitanZ's out of the system and sell them on Ebay then replace them with 2 Titan Black's or 3 GTX780Ti's and have money to spare.
greigaitken 14th August 2014, 11:34 Quote
EDITED. This was clearly a spam post. You have been warned.
rollo 14th August 2014, 12:18 Quote
That price is just insane.
Pistol Puppy 14th August 2014, 12:24 Quote
That's why it states that it is a press release. And the fact it is relevant to the audience for bit-tech means we should post it. Thanks, John.
Pete J 14th August 2014, 13:19 Quote
All the vendors seem to be offering Titan Z systems cheap (Origin etc). If I didn't have my current rig I would genuinely go for one with two as the cost is about equal to buying the cards by themselves!

Are Nvidia suddenly trying to get rid of Titan Zs?
xaser04 14th August 2014, 13:28 Quote
Seems a pretty good deal once you factor in the price of the actual GPU's themselves. The actual price itself though is still high.
Anfield 14th August 2014, 13:39 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Pete J
Are Nvidia suddenly trying to get rid of Titan Zs?

Lets face it, profit margins for pc component selling shops are so razor thin in western Europe that all retailers have gone bust and only the online ones based out in the wilderness with unqualified skeleton staff in a warehouse can survive. So the idea of any company that far down the supply chain being able to give away a bunch of Titan Z's is ridiculous.

In other words, yes it is pretty much certain that nvidia deep discounting Titan Z is the real story here.
raxonb 15th August 2014, 00:57 Quote
But can it play Crysis?
Teelzebub 15th August 2014, 01:17 Quote
Might buy 4 sell the parts and keep 4 Titans good way to get them cheap lol
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