Kingston to Hold DOTA 2 Competition and Overclocking Finals at CES 2014




8th January 2014
Kingston have announced they will be holding a DOTA 2 competition featuring four of the best professional eSports Teams at this years International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014 in Las Vegas.

Four Teams
The four teams will be Alliance from Sweden, LGD Gaming, Vici Gaming from China, and Fnatic from Europe, they will battle live at the CES for the $50,000 prize money.

Overclocking Finals
Kingston have been running their overclocking competition online in conjunction with HWBOT since October 2013. All contestants have been competing to set the highest benchmarks for Maximum Memory Frequency, Super PI, and IntelĀ® XTU via HWBOT's website.

Final Five
The Final Five from China, Poland, South Africa, and the U.S. will now compete against each other at the show in Las Vegas using components supplied by Kingston, ASUS, Cooler Master and Intel. The eventual winner will take home the $10,000 Prize Money.

Other Highlights
Kingston also plans to unveil a whole host of new technologies at the show, including...
  • The new SSD Flash Controller LSI SF3700
  • A 384GB DIMM Kit using DDR4 Registered Memory
  • Battlefield 4 on 4K screens using High end HyperX Memory
  • Previews of their upcoming HyperX Cloud Headset and Fury Memory



Kingston
Kingston is a privately held multi national computer technology company, they are most well known for there ranges of mid to high end Computer Memory products and Flash Memory and more recently SSD Drives and SSD Cache Drives. They are currently the largest producer of DRAM with a huge 46% of the global market share, their products carry a 3 Year or limited lifetime warranty.


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