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PNY launches Overclocked Geforce and Memory Range
PNY Technologies launch the Overclocked Geforce and Memory
Range for enthusiast Gamers!
Mérignac, France, 21 May 2008 – PNY, the only manufacturer in the market to offer the top two upgrade components of overclocked memory and graphics, are pleased to announce the launch of the GeForce 9600GT OC XLR8 edition 512MB DDR3 PCI-E and the GeForce 9800GTX OC XLR8 edition 512MB DDR3 PCI-E graphics card. Both boards have been designed to offer higher speeds and give the ultimate performance to hardcore gamers.
Consumers are persistently demanding faster speeds for better graphics, the overclocked range out performs the standard reference design boards with a core clock speed of 700MHz and 1.9GHz memory, giving the user a better price/performance ratio.
The PNY GeForce 9600GT and the 9800GTX OC XLR8 edition have been put through extreme in-house testing at the PNY facility in France, to ensure that they can deliver the results in the real world.
The launch also includes the overclocked 2GB and 4GB DIMM 1173Mhz OC XLR8 edition kit.
Jonathan Filleau, PNY Technologies Category Manager for PC Components said, “Part of our strategy for 2008 is to become a component solution provider, by offering consumers complimentary top-end components that will increase the performance of their PC beyond the standard upgrade levels. In addition we want to manufacture products that are more than capable to cope with the increase demands from the latest games and multi-media applications.”The GeForce 9600GT and the 9800GTX OC XLR8 edition graphics cards and 2GB to 4GB DIMM 1173Mhz OC XLR8 edition kit will be available from the 1st May 2008 throughout Europe.
All PNY graphics cards are sold with a 3 year replacement warranty. For more information, and technical product support please visit www.pny.eu.
Specifications - 9600 GT 512MB Overclocked
Specifications - 9800 GTX 512MB Overclocked
XLR8™ 2GB (2 x 1GB) DDR2 1173 (PC2-9384) CAS 5 Dual Channel Memory Kit SLI-Ready with EPPAbout PNY Technologies
Established in 1985 in New Jersey (USA) and 1994 in Europe, PNY Technologies delivers a full range of high quality products for everything in and around the computer. The company is a worldwide market leader for flash memory, USB Flash drives and high-end memory upgrade modules. PNY also offers a full line of consumer graphics as Authorized NVIDIA Board Partner and a full exclusive NVIDIA Quadro® by PNY professional graphics. In tailoring its product lines, the company has built substantial brand awareness and established strong relations with retail and distribution channels. Its product lines account for a majority share of retail sales in U.S and Europe. Thanks to its partnerships with major OEMs, PNY Technologies bring constant improvements in all the latest technologies, guaranteeing quality and service.
Headquartered in Parsippany, N.J for the USA and in France for Europe, PNY maintains manufacturing facilities and/or sales offices in North America (Santa Clara, Calif. and Parsippany, N.J) ; Europe (France, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Nordic, Spain, Benelux), Middle-East and Asia/Pacific.
The Company has enjoyed continued growth and success since its inception, expanding its product and service offerings into new channels, and has distinguished itself through a unique ability to deliver superior products and added value services to all of its customers.
For more information, visit PNY Technologies Web site at: http://www.pny.eu
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