Miami, FL - November 21st, 2012, 12:00 P.M. EST- ORIGIN PC has announced their exclusive Black Friday promotions are now live! Starting today, when you purchase a select ORIGIN PC system, you can receive a FREE Corsair Neutron SSD up to 240 GB, FREE professional ORIGIN PC overclocking and a FREE copy of Windows 7 or 8 operating system while supplies last from now until the end of Cyber Monday. ORIGIN PC is also sponsoring the IGN PRO League (IPL), a competitive video game league presented by IGN Entertainment and is offering a FREE VIP pass to the highly anticipated IPL5 in Las Vegas with the purchase of an Official IPL PC Event System. The Official IPL PC Event System will be sold at a special price with autographs from professional gamers at the event!
For more information and to take advantage of these great offers visit: ORIGIN PC Black Friday Promotions Details Page
Black Friday and Cyber Monday Promotions:
FREE Corsair Neutron 120GB SSD and FREE Professional GPU Overclocking When You Purchase Select Systems:
- EON11-S or EON11-S Pro (GPU Overclocking Not Available)
- EON15-S or EON15-S Pro
- CHRONOS or CHRONOS Pro
- Official IPL PC
FREE Corsair Neutron 240GB SSD and FREE Professional CPU and GPU Overclocking When You Purchase Select Systems:
- EON17-S or EON17-S Pro
- MILLENNIUM or MILLENNIUM Pro
FREE Corsair Neutron 240GB SSD, FREE Professional CPU and GPU Overclocking and FREE Windows 7 or 8 Home Premium When You Purchase Select Systems:
- EON17-SLX or EON17-SLX Pro
- GENESIS or GENESIS Pro
"Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the busiest days in the holiday season and the best days to take advantage of exclusive offers from ORIGIN PC" said Kevin Wasielewski ORIGIN PC CEO and co-founder. "We are excited to give our customers a head start and offer an easy online process where anyone can comfortably shop from home without lines or hassles."
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